Imagine having the level of transparency in a real estate deal where all parties involved are able to track the progress of the deal. Often times we become complacent with the status quo, but innovation leveraging blockchain technology can allow us to re-imagine the way current processes work.
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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
After learning about the FriendUP project at the beginning of February, it was clear to me that the blockchain was evolving far faster than the rest of the world.
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