You may have heard of the ‘prisoner’s dilemma’. It’s a standard example in a branch of economics called game theory. Well nowadays, the classical models of economics taught in universities have proven to be poor models of reality. Which brings us to the investor’s dilemma today.
Large data theft is a huge threat to society, and alarmingly common place. Big companies such as Yahoo, MySpace, Target, Anthem and Equifax have all been hacked in recent months. So, what is the alternative?
A crypto with a network value of only US$10 million may have solved the biggest problem right now in crypto development. It’s up 25.59% today and the increase in volume suggests people are starting to notice this crypto minnow.
Over the next two months, Power Ledger is about to roll out a proof of concept in Fremantle, Western Australia. It’s the first step in turning Fremantle into a ‘smart city.’ And blockchain is key to this ambition.
Bitcoin’s incredible gains are attracting more investors, which is pushing demand. This has sparked the interest of Wall Street. If institutional money starts entering this space, it could drive the crypto to even greater heights.
Blockchain powered company Power Ledger (POWR) has had a remarkable weekend, rising 116%. There was no one reason for this, but a combination of factors is working in their favour.
With regulations in place, there will be one less barrier for billions of dollars to flood into the crypto market
Over the weekend we saw more bullish moves with a sharp rise from US$28 to a high of US$41.77. So, what’s going on with neo?
Ripple is also backed by Google. And as the company continues to expand its uses, the value of the coins will continue to climb.
Bitcoin may have paved the way, but the blockchain technology it’s founded upon is free for anyone to use. Blockchain technology is here to stay.