Maturity in Blockchain Tech Compels a Standard Consensus Protocol: Is It Nugenesis?

Whilst blockchains continue to be developed in the financial domain, seeing the bigger picture is  obscured. One blockchain tech group that has come primarily from working on Government applications  of blockchain tech, the NuGenesis group, provides a sharp contrast. For as long as they are not tainted  by the marketing hype of promoting their coins, they are useful for some analysis as to where the  industry is going.   The main …
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How the Pandemic Accelerated Gig Work

While the pandemic decimated traditional employment in many sectors, the gig economy grew over 8 times faster than the US economy.  Without traditional job options to turn to, 2 million Americans tried gig work for the first time in 2020.  What may be a stopgap measure for some could hold a promising future for others.   Gig work was not invented during the pandemic.  The most famous gig jobs in …
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Go Get Hacked, Says Nu-Genesis: The Question Is So What?

We talk to NuGenesis about its freakish obsession with crashing and hacking their own blockchains, using  the best blackhats in the business. In the light of the recent hacks continuing to plague Defi, its an  opportunity to review the developments in security. With the internet of things (‘IOT’), supply-chain and NFT serialisation of physical items using physical  unclonable functions (‘PUFs’), being a digital fingerprint hardware that service as a unique …
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Xbit and the Future of Online Gaming Industry

Online gaming is among the most popular and prominent activities that people do online. The growth for this online industry has been on the rise in recent years. In fact, this growth seems to have been accumulating exponentially. According to studies, all the global crises and disasters only seem to push more people toward online gaming. For instance, during the recent and ongoing Covid19 pandemic, even though there has been …
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