- Apr 19, 2007
That’s fine, but if you can’t tell people why it’s useful then that makes my point for me.
So this isn't good enough for you:
To lose technology that makes information open and transparent while being completely trusted in that its not possible to tamper or change the ruleset (unless consensus agrees upon it) is a huge, huge loss. Literally every problem, scandal you read about in the news today comes from the following: breaking the rules, database compromises, not being transparent about what is being done and keeping things behind closed doors, deleting records, incomplete records, sources that can't be trusted, etc. Blockchain fixes ALL of these at once. Let me repeat that: ALL of these. That is why you should care. And that is how this tech will make the world a better and more fair place for everyone.
So I will once again leave you with this:
But if you ignore this, then don't ever complain about another politician, billionaire, or Wall Street pulling any shady **** in the future when we "had" the tech foundations to to start changing all of that right now.