Investing in | Blockchain Companies
The Top Five Myths Investors Should Look Out For
Blockchain, also known as distributed ledgers, virtually allows anyone with access to online devices to handle transactions or digital interactions that are designed to be secure, transparent, fast and efficient. In 2009, the Bitcoin cryptocurrency introduced a peer-to-peer (P2P) electronic cash system. Enabled by underlying powerful blockchain technology, Bitcoin was designed as a decentralised and digital currency that is not owned or controlled by any central banks. Despite being a technology buzzword for nine years now, has blockchain progressed enough to be among the potentially disruptive technologies, like AI or DeepTech, in today’s global economy?