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6 min video explaining the Blockchain for non techies
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I found this excellent video about doesn't go into details about the Blockchain but explain it on a high level and the many many uses for the Blockchain. It also states that it's secure and safe (one of you asked in another post) and superior to the current rotten financial system.



Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2016-10-23, 05:56 PM)Carsten Wrote: I found this excellent video about doesn't go into details about the Blockchain but explain it on a high level and the many many uses for the Blockchain. It also states that it's secure and safe (one of you asked in another post) and superior to the current rotten financial system.




Yes it is a good video. It would be even better without the music in the background.
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Thanks Hugues. Hope we can find a day to speak next week.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#4
Very good video! Thanks!
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#5
However, what if this network is NOT fully distributed and in the hand of few?

(solution: look at what happened to bitcoin and also what happened to rimbit)

That's also why we need in a PoS currency several entities/persons with different interests who own most of the currency together, but not only very few of them. Only this way you can guarantee the distribution, decentralization, and trust.
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#6
Yes....we need to have it decentralized. Of course we do, but there will still be some with much more coins than others. We can not avoid that and we should not.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#7
More coins than others is acceptable. When only one person owns 90% of the coins... then it crashes... especially if this owner is a scammer!
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#8
Yes....Mark the scammer. Luckily we are not like that!
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2016-10-23, 07:45 PM)Carsten Wrote: Thanks Hugues. Hope we can find a day to speak next week.

Hope it too.
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