Advertising Transparency – Can Blockchain Help?
A recent Facebook post suggested that American politicians wear jackets similar to those of NSCAR drivers – sporting all of the companies/enterprises that have contributed to their campaigns.
This kind of transparency would certainly give voters like me a lot more insight as we choose our elected officials. As opposed as I am to GMO’s in foods, for example, it would be nice to know which politicians are receiving funds from companies like Monsanto and exactly how much.
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When I first began to develop the idea for my startup Eterly, a few years ago now, I wanted to build the ultimate platform for health, fitness, and the study of longevity.
Longevity fascinated me because, as a health and fitness fanatic, I knew a great deal about how to live well. Diets, gym work, sleep, how to get the body into the best possible shape – I had studied all of these areas intensively. But when I became aware of the science and the possibilities that Longevity dealt with, I realised I needed to take a step back and look at the bigger picture.
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A long list of industries has been disrupted by Blockchain technology. The healthcare industry is now on that list. And the blockchain may be the solution to a number of current issues in the healthcare industry.
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The value of VeChain recently saw a nice 43% jump in value to a market cap of $196,095,335. It bills itself as “the world’s leading platform for products and information”, and that might not be entirely hyperbole when it already partners with leading luxury product designers to combat counterfeiting and municipal governments to increase the efficiency of their operations.
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If the Bitcoin Civil War proved anything, it’s that scalability is a major issue for users who want Bitcoin to fill its promise of making transactions both cheap and fast.
Bitcoin isn’t really ready to compete with credit cards yet because there’s a terrible transaction backlog and the fees are getting too high to really do a good job of competing with Western Union.
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How many advertising firms in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space can you name? There’s Anonymous Ads, Coin Ad, and BitMedia. A handful of altcoin advertising networks like NxtAds have come and gone.
Many Bitcoin gambling establishments and faucets have their own affiliate programs and, oh yeah, some faucets and Bitcoin news outlets are willing to sell advertising space on their websites. So there’s definitely room for new advertising platforms around the cryptosphere.
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What will be the killer app for the Blockchain? The reality here is that it won’t be limited to just one app when there’s such a wide range of applications that the Blockchain, aka “distributed ledgers” to the corporate world, could be used for.
Any industry in which it’s normal for corporations to work with multiple suppliers and subcontractors, have multiple offices and factories that might be separated by hundreds or thousands of miles, or just need a record-keeping system that’s reliable and difficult to tamper with after the fact could benefit from the Blockchain. That means these three applications could be the top Blockchain applications for 2018.
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