A Working Mother’s Guide to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency – Irish Tech News

If you would like to know more about why a decentralized economic system has evolved and is growing in popularity around the world; who invented Bitcoin and the blockchain technology that underpins it; what the difference is between public and private keys; the benefits of STO’s over ICO’s and much more, then “A Working Mother’s Guide to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency” will answer a lot of these questions for you.

A Working Mother’s Guide to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Written by Maggie Webber – Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Results Coach and Advisory Board Member of a GCC Global Asset Management, a Company that funds and tokenizes a number of Social Impact and Sustainable projects around the globe – it is a simple, layperson’s guide to this exciting, decentralized digital space that is offering so many solutions to many of the challenges traditional financial institutions have not been able to answer.  Blockchain is now also be found in many other applications such as agriculture, waste to power plants, transport, supply chain and real estate to name just a few.

The 2007 – 2008 Global Financial Crisis brought forth the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression of 1929. The world’s banking systems came crashing down and unemployment soared, while many world governments sought to infuse the economy with a variety of stimulus packages in order to turn things around.

However, out of this world-changing event, came two things that would revolutionize the world’s economy in a more far-reaching manner than any stimulus package.

Blockchain and Cryptocurrency were both new concepts introduced after the world’s economy crashed in 2008, and while both were mocked by many at the start of the downturn, they are now being seen as literal game-changers that could completely upend the established financial order in the world today.

Cryptocurrency is a totally digital monetary system, the value of which is not based on any country’s assets or its GDP, and it is only traded as bits and bytes of data on the internet. Blockchain is the information transfer system cryptocurrencies use, in order for transactions to be undertaken.

These new terms are extremely confusing for anyone not well versed in ‘tech lingo,’ but as with the rise of the internet and the ubiquity of smartphones in the last two decades, this is a reality that people are going to have to accept because of its urgent need in the world today. So much so, people will have no choice but to adapt to this new financial order – or be left behind.


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