Law enforcement is another sector were block chain is yet to find adoption and full implementation. As a security wing in most countries, law enforcement relies heavily on the exchange of information between countries and states.
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To offer added browser selection and security, developers designed the Brave web browser. Designed to mend the “broken web”, brave has not only proved to promote privacy and security to web surfers but it has some incentive’s feature that promotes a win-win situation to both users and publishers. But there is more to that.
In plain language, mimblewimble refers to the tongue-tying curse that binds the target’s tongue to keep them from talking about a specific topic or subject. In short, it is a term to define some level of privacy that need to be kept.
Aside from addressing many bottlenecks associated with proof of work, proof of stake is not without its flaws. For instance, it seem to have introduced its own problems such as the “Rich getting richer”, liquidity issues and the possibility of one changing the history of the block chain.
With so many cyber-attacks launched against conventional Information systems around the world, resulting in the loss of billions of dollars, many have wondered how secure blockchain really is. This article will provide some insight into how blockchain is designed and secured at the same time.
You may already know about the terms such as proof of work (PoW) and proof of stake (PoS) in relation to bitcoins, Ethereum and EOS cryptocurrency. Each cryptocurrency has a set of unique protocols that determine its operations. What though is Zero-Knowledge-Proof?
The greatest benefits blockchain has introduced into database systems is immutability. While data can be added and “updated”, it cannot be deleted or edited. However, does it guarantee the accuracy of the data?
An earlier article looked at the most likely obstacles developing countries are most likely to contend with in adopting blockchain technology in their businesses and government operations. However, this does not mean that all developed countries will easily adopt blockchain as it becomes available.
The debate as to whether the rise and adoption of blockchain is a natural evolution or a consequence of revolution will be around for some time to come. While others contend that it is a revolution, others strongly feel that it is an evolution because change is inevitable.
Recently it was announced that the new launch Ethereum 2.0 will adopt the proof of stake algorithm. Why could this algorithm be more appealing?