If you bought digital coins in 2017, you would have had a great year. Making more than 12-times your money was as easy as buying a single bitcoin. 2018 might be more of the same.
The Turnbull government yesterday announced a proposal that would see states hand over the identities of all Australian drivers in a bid to strengthen national security laws. It would mean authorities would be able to identify any Australian with a driver’s license in seconds using facial recognition technology.
There’s no denying the dark corners of the internet are host to some horrific stuff. But before you lay the blame on the internet, take a look at history.
If you’re looking for more examples of governments turning against their own people, look no further than the ongoing worldwide war on cash.
If you’ve heard about bitcoin, chances are that you’ve also heard of a ‘blockchain’. It was probably heralded as ‘the next internet’, or ‘the biggest revolution since the combustion engine’. Both of those comparisons are valid.
National Australia Bank Limited [ASX:NAB] dropped today by 1.27% ($0.35). As expected, due to the ongoing investigations conducted through the Royal Banking Commission, NAB has experienced a high level of volatility within the last 12 months. Stories of bad behaviour seem to be everywhere we turn.
Blockchain is more than just cryptocurrency. It's about biotech that's going to change medicine more than anything since the discovery of antibiotics.
When you see the chronic pain and suffering some people go through, it gives you a different perspective on things. That's why approval for medicinal cannabis is so important.
I’m often amazed at the kinds of tech being developed every day. When you stop to really look at the world, it’s full of wizardry. So where is the next revolution coming from? Who or what will have the next iPhone moment or World Wide Web moment or bitcoin moment?