Here is a presentation I posted that is much easier to read with more facts and detail which is also more consumable by the public on the fraudless voting system possible with the blockchain. Fraudless voting with blockchain from John MathonRead More Maybe Thanksgiving has me in the sprit of thinking of giving to society another shot at Fraudless Voting
I have written about Privacy before. It is a topic I feel personally very strongly about. Here is my other blog entry in which I specify what I think should be legislated to help bring some sanity to the privacy debate. A Case Study This morning I read an article in buzzfeed: uber-executive-suggests-digging-up-dirt-on-journalists […]Read More Privacy! This is egregious and illustrative example of way over the line behavior.
Yes, I’m an optimist, so you might put a grain of salt next to my unmitigated optimism about how things will go but I think we are seeing the greatest time in technology history unfolding and it is breathtaking and fun to participate and think about. I believe it will have an impact on our […]Read More Tech Explosion the greatest in history. Things that cost millions of dollars are costing thousands. Things that took years are taking months.
(Mandelbrot Set signifying the alarming simplicity and yet powerful possibilities of some simple math) The Blockchain is useful for financial, legal and other applications in general not just for Bitcoin. It is a new enterprise grade technology that disrupts a lot of existing trust and transactional systems. Properties of the Blockchain: 1) You have […]Read More A simple guide to to Blockchain and a compelling use case: Voting Election Democracy Worldwide Zero-Fraud
Conventional vs NoSQL Conventional RDB’s require a lot of maintenance, significant overhead in operating but mainly the biggest problem is that specifying static schema for data is incredibly time-consuming, error-prone, changing frequently it is just so 2000s pre-agile way of operating. Today people want to collect data and decide later what fields to put in, […]Read More RDBs (Relational Databases) are too hard. NoSQL is the future for most data.