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In the bitcoin sphere, personal data can be cryptographically signed to one owner. Can this decentralised nature assist in enhancing one's online privacy?
asked Nov 16 in Blockchain Patrice 51 points
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As VPNs allow IP addresses to be re-routed to another location, can a node on the blockchain do the same?
asked Nov 15 in Blockchain Marita Lewis 61 points
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I'm trying to compare this to the Web 2.0 where anyone can use and transition easily between Chrome, Safari, Mozilla etc. With forkings occuring on the blockchain, can this lead to a problem of compatibility in the long run?
asked Nov 15 in Blockchain AVargas 126 points
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Looking at the economic situation in Venezuela, as Bitcoin trading volumes have increased, can the digital currency be a solution to protect against asset value deflation?
asked Oct 29 in Cryptocurrency FrauLyn07 91 points
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I feel like blockchain is going to be the death of personal online privacy with its distributed, decentralised nature; anyone can have access to my information at any time. Am I correct in feeling a bit paranoid about this?
asked Oct 26 in Blockchain Sabrina 81 points
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Been reading up on blockchain's scalability problem and sharding was suggested as a way to overcome this. But I feel as though it'll help save on time and power consumption more than scalability.
asked Oct 26 in Blockchain Ellyn Lewis 88 points
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