Trends related to Blockchain
Identity management systems have seen a gradual evolution from government issued IDs to email providers and social media accounts.
2019 marked the 30th anniversary of the world wide web. Decentralization and collaboration are driving its next iteration.
Asset tokenization allows businesses to reduce the friction associated with buying and selling securities to a greater network of investors.
Blockchain networks like Ethereum offer new ways to track ownership and licensing for content through smart contracts.
Decentralized platforms for content will give more control to the people who originally created it.
Blockchains can be used as a universal index of content authorship and edits.
With distributed computing technology, people can donate idle processor time in support of certain causes.
Blockchain is being used to facilitate a new kind of digital citizenship in some countries.