REMINDER: @NASA sent a car into space in 1969.
Then it landed. On the moon.
— Alex Roy (@AlexRoy144) February 8, 2018
This is totally changing the way we shop#CloudComputing #DataScience #Dataviz #IoE #DigitalTransformation #Business #ArtificialIntelligence #Robotics #RPA #IoT #CyberSecurity #ML #bigdata #MachineLearning #Defstar5 #Cloud #IIoT #AI #Mpgvip #Tech @GeberConsulting @evankirstel pic.twitter.com/5FH1ZWaee4
— Martin Hiesboeck 解聰文 🌐 (@MHiesboeck) February 7, 2018
$NEO doesn't use Proof of Work or Proof of Stake; instead it uses something dubbed "Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance". So how do they apply Byzantine Fault Tolerance to #Blockchain #consensus? Check out our #CryptoGraphic on #dBFT: https://t.co/yrjfQpnxTI
— CryptoGraphics (@CryptoGfx) February 7, 2018
"Apparently, Ripple is missing 32,000 to 33,000 blocks from the start of the ledger and nodes are not able to obtain this data. This means that one may be unable to audit the whole chain and the full path of Ripple’s original 100 billion XRP launch."
— Ryan John King (@frothcity) February 6, 2018
Lots of #blockchain references in the 🇩🇪 draft coalition contract:
1. regulatory sandboxes for BC start-ups
2. support for BC research
3. government plans BC pilots
4. plans for a 'comprehensive BC strategy'
5. legal framework for #tokens and #crypto at #EU / intl level
— Michèle Finck (@finck_m) February 7, 2018
This is a fascinating and overlooked point about the Strava heatmap. For many potential applications of the data, such as city governments using it to determine where to add bike lanes, these data biases are important to keep in mind. https://t.co/kHi2QyYixG pic.twitter.com/l0ZeLkaQ2T
— Arvind Narayanan (@random_walker) February 4, 2018
As #Bitcoin is losing value due to fear, uncertainty and doubt in the market, the #Lightning network is gaining more and more #nodes, slowly opening the door for Bitcoin to become faster than VISA. By a long stretch. So how does that work? https://t.co/wyQP8UUy2k
— CryptoGraphics (@CryptoGfx) February 5, 2018
With great powers come great responsibility. A reminder about why hardware wallets do not make you invincible and still require the use of common sense. Please read our basic security principles article https://t.co/gH1g0SAu0P pic.twitter.com/MRsdNiy6t8
— Ledger (@LedgerHQ) February 4, 2018
Visit our website for #cryptographics explaining and clarifying #Blockchain and #Crypto technology. Topics available now: Blockchain #basics, #Consensus systems, HD Wallet basics, #SegWit, #SegWit2x #LN (Lighning Network) and more! https://t.co/F0Vy4LPX9W
— CryptoGraphics (@CryptoGfx) February 3, 2018