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BitFury opening third carbon neutral Bitcoin mining operation in Georgia Дек 11, Bitcoin Mining Titan BitFury: Blockchain investments spread outside financial services Дек 03, BitFury opens Level39 office Ноя 18, Требуется дополнительная информация? The trading of cryptocurrencies always had a get-rich-quick patina. A reckoning was almost inevitable, given the rapid rise in the value of these currencies in But the underlying blockchain technology was viewed differently; it always had a more solid business case.
Many skeptics of cryptocurrency were nonetheless bullish on blockchain. As a secure public ledger, blockchain had the potential to knock out the middleman in any activity in which counterparties need to trust one another—everything from land registries and supply chains to securities trading.
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Banks, venture funds, and private equity firms funneled billions into blockchain startups. In metaphorical terms, cryptocurrency was Napster—the popular and now-shuttered music-sharing service—while blockchain was peer-to-peer P2P networking. Just as P2P networking has survived in such areas as distributed computing and mesh networks, blockchain has found its own way into the economy via applications distinct from cryptocurrencies. Smart money has been betting on the survival of blockchain.
The slowdown in blockchain company formation and venture activity may call into question the early optimism, at least as it applies to public blockchains. Some of the bearish attitude toward blockchain reflects guilt by association with the excesses and illegalities of the bitcoin world. An Inherent Inefficiency.
The mathematical gymnastics that most public blockchains go through to verify transactions are slow and energy intensive. The permissioned systems under development by enterprises are faster because, among other reasons, the participants already trust one another to varying degrees.
But they still require that participants, who are often competitors, agree on common standards and governance—no easy task.
But several competing blockchains, such as Ethereum and Hyperledger, have since emerged. As a result, none of them has achieved the scale and network advantages of becoming a platform, as Amazon has in retail.
Trust has emerged as a barrier to implementation for public-blockchain platforms. In reality, trust remains but moves to the periphery where blockchain meets the real world.
A transaction posted on a ledger is only as trustworthy as the party that posted it, and this peripheral trust has been hard to generate in practice. Instead of developing into a single global platform, blockchain appears to be moving in the opposite direction. Within individual industries—such as banking and air travel—enterprise blockchains or blockchain-adjacent technologies, such as Hyperledger Fabric and R3 Corda, have emerged to track and verify transactions and provide traceability and transparency in complex business ecosystems.