Blockchain Companies Are Lining Up To Disrupt Global Covfefe

Blockchain Companies Are Lining Up To Disrupt Global Covfefe

Blockchain solutions encroach into various parts of mainstream adaptation today. The attention economy is also beginning to experience increased Blockchain application. "Global covfefe, if we use a term recently coined by Donald Trump, will never be the same." Increasing use case scenarios explain the significant growth being observed in the Blockchain industry, especially with regards to the value of associated cryptocurrencies. A number of Blockchain startups are focusing on decentralized social media content and participation reward that is based on protocols built....


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