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Blockchain Insights

Blockchain Insights

Working as a consultant for Blockchain projects, an operative experience comes by itself. In this Blog I am share Blockchain applications, pros and cons, practical use cases I got in touch with. Of course, a good understanding of the topic will be provided with dedicated contents


Social, crypto and trading ...

23 hours ago 3 minute read 10 comments MikeZillo

As we all know, every newspaper has an active page on social media for the mass dissemination of all news, from the most important current affairs and news to the lightest Gossip. In this way it is also possible to reach people who usually do not buy...

Crypto crimes

30 Nov 2020 4 minute read 7 comments MikeZillo

Very often we hear about the theft of various quantities of Bitcoin or that unsuspecting investors have been plundered of their capital. With this short article I will try to warn you of all those potentially high or relatively high risk activities t...

KYC/AML, such used acronym. How do they really work?

28 Nov 2020 2 minute read 3 comments MikeZillo

Know Your Customer and Anti-Money-Laundering procedures are the two procedures required now when conducting business related to cryptocurrencies. Everyone is talking about them, but how they really work? KYC is a procedure to identify who is really r...

Crypto Projects: Are They Really All New and Original?

27 Nov 2020 5 minute read 19 comments MikeZillo

In every corner of the growing network, fast as the  light, new projects arise promising amazing technological and digital innovations accompanied by yields that would embarrass even the most astute gamblers. Honestly, the situation is not exactly th...

Blockchain yes, Blockchain no, Blockchain perhaps: Is your company ripe to exploit it?

25 Nov 2020 3 minute read 7 comments MikeZillo

In the last 2 years, the Blockchain is on everyone's lips, or rather many companies exploit it as a marketing strategy. With the Blockchain you can register, archive, catalog, nail the smart ones, but ... But are we ready for this Advent? Do we know...

Is Bitcoin the most legal "Ponzi"?

20 Nov 2020 3 minute read 17 comments MikeZillo

The fact The other morning I was lazing with the "infernal machine" (the smartphone) and my astonished gaze was kidnapped by an article in a well-known newspaper (qui). He talked about Bitcoin defining it as a ponzi scheme ... while reading the gaze...

From the Motorola 8700 to Dchat, the evolution of messaging.

16 Nov 2020 2 minute read 1 comment MikeZillo

As many of us remember, a few years ago there were privacy issues with a known Chat; all this because the saving of messages and their transmission was not encrypted. A jump into the past… Do you remember the dear old Motorola 8700? It was the first...

Where do I keep my cryptocurrencies? It is a question of safety

14 Nov 2020 3 minute read 15 comments MikeZillo

More and more often we read of Exchange and Wallet hit by Hacker attacks with the consequent loss of Cryptocurrencies. A brief overview of the financial situation serves to explain the importance that cryptocurrencies are assuming. Even due to the co...

Is Biden the best solution for American economy?

13 Nov 2020 1 minute read 2 comments MikeZillo

I am not going too deep into the Biden-Trump dispute, but I am going to suggest you a couple of thoughts. At first: Biden has won the elections and at the moment the news got out, we faced on the Exchange something like this. Not so good for Bitcoin....

How can we make consensus really democratic?

11 Nov 2020 2 minute read 2 comments MikeZillo

We often read about Proof of Work, Proof of Stake, delegate Proof of Stake, proof of Concept, proof of Value. But, what are the prerogatives of the consensus in a Blockchain? Let’s start from the Blockchain Trilemma In Proof of Work we have lots of...