Columbia University is one of the oldest universities in the country. In fact, it’s older than the country. It was founded in 1754 when New York was still an English colony and its original name was King’s College. Along with Harvard and Princeton, Columbia has
The nature of the crypto-market is often compared to the course of the Tulip Mania during the Dutch Golden Age. However, there are some fundamental differences that invalidate this comparison.
Tulip Mania was a speculative price bubble in the Netherlands during the 1600’s. People flocked to buy
Consider this: only one-third of the world’s wealth is held in cash. The rest is held in securities (stocks, COD’s etc.) and real estate. You can’t always simply sell those securities – you may own your house but you can’t simply get $400,000 for it
Delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) is a type of consensus protocol used to secure a cryptocurrency platform’s network. Developers of BitShares - an open-source, public blockchain-powered “real-time financial platform”- describe their version of DPoS as a distributed consensus algorithm that aims to “solve the problems of both
InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol operating on a distributed network. IPFS allows you to store and share files in a way that dramatically improves on the more widely known and used Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).
In this article, we will examine the difference between