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Andrew Yang Wants to Make US Elections Fraud-Proof Using Blockchain by https://ift.tt/2Mw8EXU

“Andrew Yang, a 2020 United States presidential candidate in the Democratic Party and blockchain advocate, says he will implement blockchain-based mobile voting as president.”

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Nestlé Reveals Blockchain Supply Chain Tracking Pilot Program by https://ift.tt/2J5uBdq

“Swiss-headquartered food retail giant Nestlé announced its intention to track its products along the supply chain with blockchain technology in a press release published on July 2. The project is jointly pursued with OpenSC.”

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How Blockchain Could Decentralize the Music Industry by https://ift.tt/31Y5Mr1

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What Blockchain Can Do for Healthcare by https://ift.tt/2ExOoQb

“For a lot of people, blockchain means Bitcoin, and Bitcoin is part of blockchain. In reality, however, Bitcoin is a single financial product developed on top of the blockchain technology.”

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How Blockchain Can Shake Up the Future of Intellectual Property by https://ift.tt/2CWAYh1

I’m sure most of us knows someone who illegally downloads music, games, software, art, books, etc. It is a rampant problem in those industries with no sign of improvement.

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Understanding IOTA, Tangle and the Coordinator Node

“IOTA is a the native currency on a network designed for the Internet-of-Things. The IOTA team aims to solve the scaling problems of current generation blockchains by implementing what they call the “tangle” or Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG). With IOTA there are no dedicated miners involved or needed in the process of verifying network transactions unlike Bitcoin or the vast majority of other blockchains. In the place of miners, with each transaction that is made on the IOTA network, the iginal creator of the transaction must verify two other transactions on the network. In a way, the miners and users are one in the same. Each transaction requires a small amount of Proof of Work to be done on their part in order to participate on the network. There are no fees in the traditional sense when a transaction takes place, only a small amount of the senders processing power in return for a secured network.…”

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