Proselytizers of blockchain often speak of its inherent and inevitable benefits to society. While you might not yet be a crypto trader, you might still be interested in – and affected by – blockchain’s apparent power to change our current centralized financial systems.
- No more intermediaries
- Financial tools and digital assets
In his Inc.com article, Carmody writes: “With widely-scaled decentralized systems, we can eradicate fraud, automate manual processes, and control for issues of authentication and trust. The power of blockchain can enable humans to redefine legacy architectures of governance and law, reinvigorating lost concepts of true democracy and meritocracy.”
Read more in the full article at Inc.com.