The next major cryptocurrency is also going to look a lot like Milwaukee apartments: the blockchain.
As described in a white paper published by the New York-based startup CryptoCoins, “Milwaukee is the largest metropolitan area in the United States with a population of approximately 2.5 million, and has a total population of 2.2 million.”
Its population density, at an estimated 928 people per square mile, is similar to New York City’s (2,937).
The developers behind the paper, CoinLab and Coincenzo, have been working on a “smart” smart contract, a software that could be used to run a real-world decentralized application.
It would enable developers to run their own applications in an environment where they don’t have to rely on the traditional way of storing data and contracts.
The paper says that this would make it easier to develop new and innovative applications and make it possible for businesses to be “smart with their money,” by reducing the need for middlemen and relying on the “full value of their business”.
The blockchain is also a new form of data storage, which could be an important feature for companies that want to create smart contracts.
Blockchain is not only an internet protocol but a digital database, meaning that it could store data in an immutable format, such as data stored in an online database.
Blockchain could also be used for other types of applications.
For example, a blockchain could be a digital currency, which would be backed by a virtual currency (like Bitcoin), or it could be part of a broader network, which is an alternative form of the blockchain which is designed to run on a centralised system.
In addition, a smart contract could be integrated into a “digital identity”, so that individuals or companies could store their personal information on the blockchain and share it with each other.
This would make identity and authentication easier and less costly for businesses and consumers.
It could also allow for better data privacy and transparency.
It’s not clear if this type of smart contract is yet ready for mainstream use.
A lot of the technical details are still being worked out, so it’s impossible to predict what applications will work on the Ethereum platform, but there are some possibilities.
There is also the question of whether smart contracts are even viable in a real world.
They’re a fairly new technology, and its not clear whether they’ll work in everyday use or in a “big, decentralized” blockchain, where a few companies control the whole system.
There’s also the matter of trust.
For businesses, trust is key.
The blockchain is supposed to be a secure, private, and immutable digital ledger, but in the case of the New Jersey-based Coincenso, the team’s software is supposed not to be trusted by anyone but the company that has the best idea about the best way to make the smart contract work.
It seems unlikely that we’ll see any major applications for smart contracts in the near future, but if there’s any benefit to using a blockchain in the first place, it’s certainly worth keeping an eye on.