Tag: Immutability

Would We Miss the Fiery Tweets If Voter Fraud Were Eradicated?

Voter fraud. Two words most of us have heard a lot in the last couple of years. While in the States the mudslinging is concerning at worst, entertaining at best, it’s generally recognized that wide-scale voter fraud simply isn’t possible in a country like the US (whether Donald Trump tweets about it or not). Calling someone a cheat doesn’t make them a cheat. But it may serve to plant a …
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Are Blockchains Actually Immutable?

Bring up the topic of blockchains and it won’t be long before the word “immutable” is dropped into the conversation. After all, a blockchain’s inability to be tampered with or modified is one of its biggest selling points. But, is it actually as immutable as they say it is? Once a transaction is recorded on a blockchain, does that mean it’s carved in stone? “Yes”, “no”, and “sort of” seem to …
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OutcomeCoin Brings Competition To The Prediction Market Industry

Prediction markets will be an integral evolution of the Ethereum platform. For now, many different projects are in development, but there is nothing that will take this project mainstream just yet. OutcomeCoin is a new initiative built on top of the Ethereum This is yet another prediction market with its own token, albeit it remains to be seen how useful it will be in the long run. OutcomeCoin Can Be …
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