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July 20, 2018, 12:34:38 PM
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ixo is helping the United Nations meet its 2030 Sustainable Development Goals by building a revolutionary blockchain-based data protocol to measure the real-world impacts of investments into sustainable social, environmental and economic development.

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July 20, 2018, 12:46:25 PM
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I hate to be negative on blockchain. But there is a chance blockchain "trust less" software applications could kill many jobs similar to how kiosk machines @ McDonald's are currently doing. That could be a big part of the reason why bankers and governments are so high on the technology. They know it'll allow them to fire many workers over the long term and replace them with blockchain robots.

A single person with a blockchain wallet could technically start and operate their own bank, send money across borders to make loans and collect payments. They could achieve all of this functionality on their own without hiring a single employee. That could be one of the key points of blockchain technology--it eliminates workers and middle men.

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July 20, 2018, 12:58:34 PM
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Blockchain technology slowly change the world
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July 20, 2018, 01:31:56 PM
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I hate to be negative on blockchain. But there is a chance blockchain "trust less" software applications could kill many jobs similar to how kiosk machines @ McDonald's are currently doing. That could be a big part of the reason why bankers and governments are so high on the technology. They know it'll allow them to fire many workers over the long term and replace them with blockchain robots.

Isn't that the main reason why people try to make technological innovations and advancements? Personally, I think that the end game here is that companies would start to invest more on technology since it's a one-time big time investment that they have to make which will make them rake profits for years whereas people would just have to look for other jobs elsewhere (agriculture would be nice). No matter how hard we campaign against it, they'd still reduce the number of human workers and replace them with more efficient, cost-effective robots that could do the job much better than a human can. It's business, and sadly, it's a part of our constant and endless pursuit of innovation.

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July 29, 2018, 06:49:28 AM
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It depends on many factors to make up. To have a strong and sustainable market requires specific long-term plans. Accompanied by new policy strategies every day to promote exponential transactions.
Blockchai technology is also a typical example of the technologies that are aiming for the UN in 2030. Make sure the belief in them in the future is wonderful.

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July 29, 2018, 10:19:25 AM
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Blockchain will be the dominant medium to bring all stakeholders together involved in value chains and those regulating them: final consumer, governments, producers, and intermediaries. The primary use of this innovation is to store and track the bitcoin and cryptocurrency transaction.

The United Nations 2030 Agenda emphasizes the primary role of that technology plays in support of sustainable development. The blockchain is the recent emerging technology that is in the news it can also be called distributed ledger technology.

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July 30, 2018, 11:32:24 AM
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Blockchain technology slowly change the world
I mean that's what everyone hopes and wants of course, its just a question of how long it will take. the goals look promising, and hopefully they will be met
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July 30, 2018, 12:03:10 PM
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I hate to be negative on blockchain. But there is a chance blockchain "trust less" software applications could kill many jobs similar to how kiosk machines @ McDonald's are currently doing. That could be a big part of the reason why bankers and governments are so high on the technology. They know it'll allow them to fire many workers over the long term and replace them with blockchain robots.

A single person with a blockchain wallet could technically start and operate their own bank, send money across borders to make loans and collect payments. They could achieve all of this functionality on their own without hiring a single employee. That could be one of the key points of blockchain technology--it eliminates workers and middle men.

I agree with you that blockchain can reduce jobs. But unfortunately, you are in the era of the evolution of information technology. Strong people must adapt, and the weak will remain the same mass of people who will be reduced.

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