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WE LIVE NOW IN A
BLACK SWAN BLOCKCHAIN, AI CRYPTO TSUNAMI THAT IS RADICALLY TRANSFORMING THE WORLD
When the Stockton-Darlington Railway opened
in 1825, people feared the worst: the human body, surely, wasn't made to travel at incredible speeds of 30 miles per hour. The first president to install electric lighting at the White House was Benjamin Harrison in 1891, but he never touched the light switches himself, for fear of being electrocuted. This was a reasonable fear, given how crude household electric wiring could be at the time.
Just as electricity changed the
nineteenth century AI, crypto, and Blockchain are changing the twenty-first. Disrupting the organizational principles that historically have powered the world economy’s business models infrastructure, these ideas promise to change the very structure of human interaction. Faster than ever!
1995. The Internet was a
mess. No Google. No Facebook, no method to the madness. It’s understandable how many may have believed there wasn’t something in this Internet thing. 2018. Blockchain, ICOs and crypto are a disruptive powerful mess that touches ID, finance, governments, politics and centralised models. What do you believe?
Countless innovations have changed our
history and world. History is about change and capacity to evolve and special adapt. But only a few innovations have divided history into ‘before and after.’ In these paradigm shifts, few have cut so deep into our very ideology, society and economy as this trinity of technology will in the coming years. And few have developed so fast and full of miscomprehension and disagreement.
The parallel between commoditisation and
digitalisation / tokenisation of the economy and special new digital models of finance and trading will be critical in this new world. We can call this new model Crypto Economics / Tokenomics: WORLD ECONOMY AND A NEW TOKENOMICS MODEL Source http://www.alleywatch.com/2017/11/crypto-like-religion-6-crypto-thoughts/
REALITY CHECK Share of the
internet economy in the gross domestic product in G-20 countries in 2016, source statista.com CONTEXT DIGITAL ECONOMY VS DIGITISATION OF WORLD ECONOMY
To put things + the
global economy in perspective: Total crypto market today $470 billion Total equity market $71 Trillion Global Economy GDP $80 Trillion Global debt over $213 to $300 trillion 1536 crypto currencies How is this will change with blockchain cryptocurrencies crypto economics AI GLOBAL ECONOMY, EQUITIES, DEBT AND CRYPTOCURRENCIES $470B
SECURITY CRYPTO ASSETS FUND TOKENECONOMICS
- TYPES AND FUNDAMENTALS There are various types ways to measure Tokens Tokenomics also known as crypto or digital currencies COMMODITY TOKENs MAIN TYPES AND INDUSTRY AREAS UTILITY
CURRENCY SECURITY VALUE ASSET COLLECTIVE
ITEM THE ALPHA CRYPTO - DIGITAL CURRENCY - BITCOIN Various ways to measure blockchain Tokens - also known as crypto / digital currencies COMMODITY VALUE OF EXCHANGE BITCOIN PAYMENT FORM UTILITY REWARD SYSTEM
Some critical considerations to look:
• Businesses, governments, regulators and financial institutions need to consider decentralised models in order to enhance industry resilience, integrity and stability and work in governance structures while using data driven technology to leverage this. • DLT and Crypto Economics models needs to be at the centre of any government, financial organisation or regulator and by chain effect any business.
Some critical considerations: • Find
a balance between Technology and governance – centralised vs decentralised critical issue to consider • Focus on users and UI and UX frictionless needs to be at the heart of business, healthcare, and financial services industry and within the sustainable way how to remain competitive.
“The killer app for the
blockchain is not tokens, but it is how to design private economies. Tokens are just enablers to that.” William Mougayar
Blockchain has a dialectic nature
of distributed, decentralised and centralised. Together with AI and crypto it is a powerful, and if not well managed, disruptive tsunami. In such a scenario one could think there would be a totalitarian new order and therefore some kind of systems disorder, even chaos or a social- financial and structure tsunami. This is somehow the biggest challenge we face as humans and the inception of blockchain, artificial intelligence and crypto that in many arenas is operating a new restructuring of the world order.