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Future Now: Blockchain and the Internet of Things

ASU undergraduate researcher Francis Mendoza breaks down the development of blockchain and explores its future potential

Future Now

Illustration published on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020.

Podcast reporter Balin Overstolz-McNair chats with Francis Mendoza, an undergraduate researcher at the Blockchain Innovation Society to learn about the future of Blockchain. 

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Since the Bitcoin bubble popped in 2017, Blockchain has fallen out of the zeitgeist as an exciting technology. Mendoza comes on to explain what Blockchain is and why it should not be forgotten, because its presence is growing as more people and business adopt it for a variety of applications.

Some of Mendoza's writing on the subject can be found here.

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