The time in history that only developed countries could impact millions of people has ended. The prime driver behind this change is the exponential speed technology is advancing. As technology becomes digital, inexpensive and more powerful, it becomes accessible to everyone - including, thanks to Facebook, remote communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Soon someone in a remote village in the middle of the desert in Africa would see the same google search page you see everyday. What will he or she search first? what will they be able to do next? the possibilities are mind-blowing
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The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is looking at blockchain technology as part of a system for establishing digital trust, newly published patent documents indicate. In 2016, a report from USPS suggested that the mail carrier could move to create its own cryptocurrency as well as use blockchain technology for supply chain applications, among other areas.
U.S. Postal Service Considers Blockchain Tech
Google is developing its own blockchain for third parties to post and verify transactions, in an effort to differentiate its cloud services from those of rivals Microsoft and Amazon. The cloud is a battleground right now, and tech giants are throwing all they have at it in order to win – AI will be a huge part of that, but blockchain tech could provide an edge.
Google Hopes Blockchain Will Help it Win the Cloud War
MIT Technology Review