If you haven’t read part 1 of this series, you can find it here. I promise that very little of this will make sense until you have a good understanding of the basic concepts, so I would strongly advise you to read that first before you move onto this!

Why all the rave?


Separating the concepts

Bitcoin is a digital currency — nothing more, nothing less. It has many uses (paying people, buying goods, loans etc), just like a usual currency such as Sterling or the Dollar. However, instead of being linked to pieces of physical paper, it can only be used online.

Blockchain on the…

Jamie Dujardin

Leading Insights @ Altruistiq. Ex-McKinsey & Ex-ASOS Sustainability Strategy. Graduate in Economics, Oxford University. Technology and Sustainability enthusiast

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