Adopting cryptocurrencies goes beyond a new payment method; it's about shifting towards decentralization and digital finance. This article emphasizes the importance of mainstream businesses accepting crypto payments in fueling the broader ecosystem.
As our online footprint grows, a more significant need for secure and user-driven identity verification is needed. In the digital realm, "Digital Identity" refers to the extensive user information collected online, including search history, social media activity, and personal details. Despite security measures, online platforms can be hacked, exposing sensitive data and identity theft risks. On the other hand, blockchain-based digital identity operates publicly and privately. Blockchains are decentralized ledgers, allowing secure peer-to-peer transactions while maintaining shared truth. Blockchain addresses are unlinkable to off-chain identities unless explicitly permitted, providing anonymity. Integrating blockchain technology into digital identity systems enhances user privacy, enabling selective information sharing and protecting against hacks.
In this article, we are deep-diving into how the blockchain has benefited in securing one's digital identity and what use cases are in the space.
This week’s article will dive deeper into the shift into staking and how the approach reflects a transformative blockchain model emphasizing sustainability, inclusivity, and collective benefit.
This article updates Fusionist, its raving review from the Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu, and the upcoming second Beta test launching November 22nd.