Blockchain technology will “unleash a tsunami of adaptation across a variety of industries ranging from energy to intellectual property to government affairs to international trade.”
For credit, this article was inspired by Laura Shin‘s work at Forbes on Blockhain and FinTech.
However, the arrival of Bitcoin and the technology behind it, often called blockchain (see Blockchain Definition), is sure to hasten that change. Anyhow, that will in turn unleash a tsunami of adaptation across a variety of industries ranging from energy to intellectual property to government affairs to international trade.
Bitcoin is not just for FinTech
Bitcoin’s use case isn’t just for helping to develop FinTech, but is also as a store of value. As seen in places such as Venezuela, demand for alternatives is rising due to economic uncertainty in the country.
“The blockchain Technology, like the internet, is going to have an impact on just about every existing type of institution in the years ahead — both private sector and government,” says partner Jason Weinstein, who, as a deputy assistant attorney general at the United States Department of Justice, led DOJ’s cybercrime and organized crime efforts, and will co-lead the practice. “So having a multidisciplinary blockchain practice puts the firm in the best possible position to help a wide variety of clients in a wide variety of industries prepare for that transition.”
LR Physics Blockchain Applications
On the Blockchain topic, LR Physics is researching and developing applications based on Ethereum Blockchain Technology. Many solutions exist on the FinTech side of things, so LR Physics is focusing on Real Estate and Energy.
Meanwhile, we also work on Intellectual Property for Research Paper and Peer Review.
What to read on Blockchain Technology?
So you can check out our Library about the Blockchain topic or check out those books:
Anyway, please contact LR-Physics for any need for Blockchain applications. We will come back to you real quick:
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