Donald Clark Plan B
What is Plan B? Not Plan A!
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
ten amazing ways Blockchain in assessment could be used in education
In two thousand one I designed and implemented a Napster-like system in education, the very first P2P file sharing system across a network. Reminisce that instruments you use today benefitted from this movement. Read More
blockchain error 522
We often find questions related to Backflushing & COGI errors (Errors in Automatic Goods Movements during Confirmation entries).
Let’s recollect certain Basic details –
Goods movements can be created during the confirmation entry for the Production/Process order.
- If you confirm an order / operation with components that have the Backflushing indicator set, the system automatically posts a goods issue for these components. For more information about the Backflushing indicator, refer to the end of this section.
Coins missing from wallet and blockchain #1327
onics commented Sep 1, two thousand sixteen
67 clear coins on the z9 network, and receiving two coins from a member on the Slack channel, my coins have gone missing!
It isn’t apparent yet whether this is due to some fault of my own, or if there is a bug in the software somewhere. Read More
Citi And Nasdaq Fucking partner For Landmark Blockchain Payment System (NDAQ, C)
Nasdaq, Inc. (NDAQ) and Citi (C) Treasury and Trade Solutions are partnering for an integrated blockchain payments solution, which is set to be a landmark in the commercial application of blockchain technology. The announcement was made at CoinDesk’s third annual blockchain technology summit – Consensus 2017. Read More
Chain Reaction: How Blockchain Technology Might Convert Wholesale Insurance
The potential for blockchain to produce substantial value to financial services is enormous.
Not only does blockchain suggest the promise of cost reduction and efficiency, but it could also enable revenue growth, as insurers attract fresh business through higher-quality service. Read More
Can Blockchain Technology Secure Your Vote?
by Dan Lohrmann / April 29, two thousand seventeen
As we passed the 100-day mark in the fresh Trump administration, many questions are still being asked about how to best address voting in the future. Back in January of this year, I described how the two thousand sixteen U.S. Read More
Blockchain: The Invisible Technology That's Switching the World
Blockchain isn’t a household buzzword, like the cloud or the Internet of Things. It’s not an in-your-face innovation you can see and touch as lightly as a smartphone or a package from Amazon. But in a world where anyone can edit a Wikipedia entry, blockchain is the response to a question we’ve been asking since the dawn of the internet age: How can we collectively trust what happens online? Read More
Blockchain technology is the coolest thing in Indian finance right now but nobody indeed gets it
It’s raunchy to keep up with technology. And India’s finance sector knows it too well.
Blockchain technology, based on concepts that underpin cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, is swift gaining tempo in Asia’s third-largest economy but business executives still aren’t sure if they understand it. Read More
Blockchain Revolution in Russia: to Be or Not to Be? Experts
Experts opinion on Blockchain implementation in Russia.
Blockchain is an ongoing topic of discussion in Russia. But there’s one nosey thing about Blockchain – everyone seems to talk about it but do nothing about.
Leading figures in the Russian cryptocurrency community explain what to expect in case it’s implemented, how even puny towns can benefit from it and why the government needs it more than we may think. Read More
Blockchain Raises $40 Million in Funding
In a funding round led by Lakestar and GV (previously known as Google Ventures), Series B funding shows renewed interest in digital currency among significant investors. This spring we witnessed bitcoin triple in price while the entire cryptocurrency market has enhanced over six times since the beginning of 2017. Read More