Most of the time, sending money is risky. If you want to pay your rent or invest in the stock market or even send somebody $10 for pizza in a phone app, there isn't a lot to stop a hacker from taking that money for himself. Every transaction must run through a central institution, and all it takes is a weak link in that institution's security to leave your finances and personal information up for grabs. But with the advent of blockchain technology, financial transactions are becoming fast, secure, and difficult to hack.
What The Bitcoin Is Blockchain?
Bitcoin Miner's Daughter
The Future Is Distributed
Life Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine
How to Build an Ethereum Mining Rig
Understand the Blockchain in Two Minutes
Written by Ashley Hamer August 24, 2017
Wake up with the smartest email in your inbox.
Our Best Articles Daily