Welcome Hello, This is the first post, of the series, which will explain in simple language with easy-to-relate examples, the many potential application, shortcomings and current state of the art of the blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies especially in Indian context.
In 35 years of my career I have seen hundreds of presentations and videos; and have to admit that most of them are boring. And in the pandemic era, thought of attending another zoom webinar gets on our nerves. Well,
I am never surprised when I see a software website that tells features and benefits in great detail; and it doesn’t show the product in action. Video is an ideal asset to display on a landing page of your website.
Oracle recently announced major change in Java Runtime licensing policy. According to them Java Runtime (JRE) Version 8 Update 201 was the last free JRE. Starting from JRE Version 8 Update 211 commercial users will be required to pay for
The blockchain ecosystem’s downward spiral has now ended and is holding steady at the low level making this a good time to invest in crypto-assets. Notable development in this month has been limited alpha-release of Zombies Battleground, a game by
As mentioned in earlier posts, any Blockchain network is a distributed ledger maintained by multiple computers using a program that runs the network by a fixed set of rules. Most popular blockchain like Ethereum and Bitcoin encourage the people to
Since my last post in August, a lot has happened in the cryptocurrency space. The price of an Ether has dropped from the highs of >600$ to the lows of <200$ in the span of 1 month but is now
I know what you are thinking, how can the cyberpunk cult movie series from the early 2Ks have anything to do with blockchain technologies? But you forget that the film story is actually set in a post-AI-apocalyptic era with the
In my earlier post I highlighted the many useful features of the cryptocurrency and blockchain platforms and and why they are expected to be the future in many diverse areas such as banking, contracts, insurance, gambling and others as well as
In my earlier post, I explained in lesser detail from a new user’s perspective, how the transactions are created, processed and finally put up on the blockchain. I also explained with an example of how to set up a wallet
This is the second article in this blog series where I’ll explain what block chain technologies are in simple language with easy-to understand examples. In the earlier article, we discussed in brief what blockchain technologies basically are, some of their