Blockchain and cannabis are some of the most searched keywords on the internet today and it is interesting to see the correlation between the two. Today, blockchain is being applied to pretty much every sector and cannabis production is no exception.
As the world shifts from one generation of technology to another, the applicability of blockchain technology only becomes more clearly revealed. The recent advent of 5G technology shows a perfect match with blockchain.
Some well-known industry players, such as Google and Apple, have to take up extra measures to shield cryptocurrency users from scams during pandemics. Their efforts will now be directed at blocking malicious advertisements on the internet as well as protecting mail users from phishing emails.
Venezuela’s telecommunication network which was already poor before the COVID-19 outbreak has worsened, risking an internet outage for the country. As the country goes into lockdown, keeping millions of citizens at home, data usages through video chats and live streams went up, overstraining the existing telecommunication network capacity.
Blockchain is one of the most highly requested digital professional skills of 2020 according to LinkedIn. Emerged for the first time in 2009 with the dawn and emergence of cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology has created the backbone of a new type of Internet, expanding its areas of application.
A software license is an important tool that establishes the rules and conditions for the use of specific digital support by a company's employees, which is why some large companies have asked the best experts to find new solutions based on disruptive technologies such as Blockchain and distributed ledger technology.
The blockchain "system" promises to be able to scale back, by a wide margin, owing to the "power" of the internet platforms on which many of the current services offered through geolocation, such as Uber, Google, Airbnb, Amazon, Alibaba, to name the main ones. These companies are trying to integrate blockchain into their geolocation apps so they can serve the public better, in an effective, secure and transparent manner.
As a lot of people in the traditional financial industry are trying to lend a deaf ear to disruptive technologies such as Bitcoin (BTC), cryptocurrency, smart contracts, blockchain, and others, the companies and people trying to innovate these technologies are continuing to work day and night to see that there is visible steady technological progress. In fact, the finance sector is bustling with significant activities ranging from ‘cryptocurrency for good initiatives and inventive investment funds to digitized securities.