Washington DC-based sneaker shop, Major, recently released a limited edition pair of sneakers called, MAJOR x Reebok Phase 1 Pro “Stars and Stripes”, to celebrate Independence Day. But what makes these sneakers even more valuable, is their protection against fraud utilizing the Ethereum technology.
The blockchain, a transparent public record, would be able to help the universities. Not only will it save them money from developing their own database, the blockchain will also save students and their future employers time down the line.
Toward the end of July, from the 20th to the 28th, IC3 is putting on a weeklong Ethereum Crypto Boot Camp! For any open-source developers, or blockchain novices and experts who want to learn, contribute, or advance smart contract solutions, this boot camp is the perfect opportunity to do so.
The third generation of the web is the next step in the internet’s evolution, and ultimately it may be the key to its salvation. Ethereum’s ecosystem and others like IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) could wind up playing a pivotal role in the internet iteration to come.
The Smart Contracts Alliance of the Chamber of Digital Commerce hosted a Smart Contracts Symposium. During that event, they released a comprehensive white paper titled “Smart Contracts: 12 Use Cases for Business & Beyond”. The paper also examined legal and regulatory issues surrounding the technology.