Why The Blockchain Billionaire.
This is the way that I explain the blockchain and the coming changes to my friends and coworkers:
In the late eighties I worked as restaurant manager in Boulder, Colorado.
Boulder, at that time, hosted I.B.M., Hewlard Packard, and other electronic companies. Some of the kids that worked with me had parents who worked at these locations. One young man told me, “If you have any money at all, put a thousand dollars in software startups. Buy computer companies now.” He knew what was coming.
I didn’t buy any new computer stock or sofware companies . . . instead, I told him to get back to work.
This is why I’m telling you now . . . the blockchain is coming and it will change everything: Banking, home ownership records, titles, copywrite protection, vital records; anything that can be recorded and benefited from almost instantaneous verification will be added to a blockchain.
I said “a” blockchain . . . not “the” blockchain. In short, You can make your own blockchain - you can be A Blockchain Billionaire.
(Yeah, let that one sink in.)
Question need answers.
What is a Blockchain?
Early online gammers racked up a lot of points. With these points swords, armor, and extra life could be purchased. But how does one transfer those game points across the internet and prove 1: that the seller actually owned the points and 2: the buyer actually got the game credits and not just some numbers.
How do you prove that you have the coins?
Everything on a blockchain can be verified.
This collected information is the block.
Transfer of ownership is verified in the next block in a process known as 'mining', and a chain is formed.
How is this information secured?
The blockchain information is kept on thousands of computers around the world, known as nodes. Miners receive a reward, known as Bitcoin, to find and verify the next blocks through specific cryptographic algorithms.
Why is this an earth-shatering discovery?
Each transaction has its own unique I.D. which the owner keeps in his or her wallet.
These transactions can represent digital cash, stock in a company, or membership in a group.
The amounts of which can be bought and sold without third party verification.
Who owns a block chain?
No one person or entity can own a blockchain. A blockchain's token is either kept alive on a decentralized network of computers or dies because its value is never realized.
The creator of a token, also called a coin, usually keeps a lionshare; because, . . . bills to pay.
Where do we go from here?
The internet when it began was little understood and evolved through the innovation by the seers and creators of its time.
We stand at a beginning.
Some for the first time, some for a second chance. We go forth to create a world we can only imagine.
How to support The Blockchain Billionaire?
That's easy: Learn, grow and become involved with the changes as they happen.
And as you do . . . remember you can always send Bitcoin home.
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