We all know that feeling, maybe you were out when the news arrived, or you were in the bathroom, or making dinner or asleep.
You knew it from the start – this trade was going to be a winner. You’ve read every Tweet, every Telegram post, every inch of the website. You’ve scoured Linkedin and know everything about the dev team, and it’s finally paying off.
Markets are brutal. It’s a zero-sum game by design – the success of one trader means failure of others. In order to survive and thrive in such conditions your personal approach to the market must not only be superior than others but also complement your personal style.
The word “Disruptive” is so overused these days, especially in the crypto space, that I feel like it has lost all meaning and it’s almost never applicable to projects that purport to revolutionize the industry they operate in. Fortunately there are a few exceptions to this and I believe FunFair is one such instance.
Dragonchain was created to provide blockchain architecture for entities who wish to keep their data private while also entirely taking advantage of the security that comes from public blockchains.
One thing that blockchain has really driven home in the technology sector is that there is strength in numbers. Currently, the commercial Cloud computing companies available for personal and professional use is dominated by tech giants, like Amazon, Microsoft Azure, and Google.
What if we defined an operating system on a single piece of paper? What if we threw away every line of code since the 1970’s? What if we designed a general-purpose cloud computer that’s so simple, everyone could have their own personal server.