Article: Why real-time data is crucial for Web 3.0

Blockchain, Data, Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

Why real-time data is crucial for Web 3.0

Right now, the blockchain space remains scattered. Blockchain and its applications are there, floating in this new space that will become the internet of the future, but they lack certain aspects that will connect them more thoroughly and turn them into Web 3.0. In its current stage, the blockchain sector is not unlike the internet of the ‘90s. It has some of the aspects it needs, such as security, decentralization, financialization features, and more.

However, it still lacks the main component — the real-time data — that will allow it to go big, similarly to how Web 2.0 (the modern-day internet) exploded. This issue is well-known, and there are some working towards solving it. One example is Streamr, which seems to be in the best position among these projects.

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Article: Kasten’s Ongoing Contribution to Open Source Bears Fruit for Stateful Storage

Data, Open Source, Software

Kasten’s Ongoing Contribution to Open Source Bears Fruit for Stateful Storage

For the developer building applications that run in the cloud, it is also important to know “how fast your storage is,” said Bathina. “A simple tool [such as Kubestr] to just validate the storage is fast enough for me and is a good place for me to create my application or deploy an application,” said Bathina. “Just having that little bit of information is useful when you, as a developer, are building an application to know the limitations of your cluster.”

Article: Bluetooth SIG outlines pandemic effect on Bluetooth growth

Autonomous Internet

Bluetooth SIG outlines pandemic effect on Bluetooth growth

“We are all very proud of how the Bluetooth member community rose to the challenges of 2020, and appreciate that so many members are working tirelessly to develop innovations that help manage the pandemic,” commented Mark Powell, CEO, Bluetooth SIG.

“This rally to help is the latest example of our community bringing innovators together for a common cause — to develop technology advancements that create a safer, more connected world.”

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Article: Yes, Your NFTs Can Go Missing—Here’s What You Can Do About It

Crypto

Yes, Your NFTs Can Go Missing—Here's What You Can Do About It - DecryptYes, Your NFTs Can Go Missing—Here’s What You Can Do About It

Remember when musician 3LAU sold an NFT album for $11 million on the Gemini-run marketplace NiftyGateway? It might seem like forever ago, but it was at the beginning of March.

And now it’s missing.

To be sure, you can still find a copy of it on NiftyGateway, but the actual NFT asset is no longer discoverable online. It exists only on a centralized provider, a business that could eventually go bust as so many businesses eventually do.

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Aluna Social Brings Social & Copy Trading for Web 3.0 World

Crypto, Software

Aluna Social Brings Social & Copy Trading for Web 3.0 World

Everyone deserves a system that helps them in their business. The social trading system that can manage all your exchange accounts from a single interface is the Aluna Social system.

In this system, you can view your portfolio distribution, execute a trade, and monitor orders easily. You can also share your profile with other people and your friends to prove your trading reputation. Still, you can keep your position, portfolio size, and other sensitive data private.

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Article: Blockchain Voting is Possible: Dispelling Myths & Fears

Blockchain, Innovation

Blockchain Voting is Possible: Dispelling Myths & Fears

Blockchain voting is certainly an uphill battle. Each of these concerns is a mix of real-world challenges and widely-held misconceptions that need to be teased out from each other and addressed.

But we believe that we have solved the core issues at hand, and what we need now is time, iteration, and testing. Just like paper-ballot voting systems, which initially had to overcome many of the same problems, blockchain voting must evolve and improve over the course of its use.

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