I would agree that blockchain technology, as it sits today
, is not very functional for a large portion of the computing public. However, I wholeheartedly disagree that it will always
be functionless. Coming from the enterprise side, I can definitely see the value of blockchain as a means of being a ledger for critical change and security logs so that tracking access and control can't be tampered with easily.
It's not sexy and it's not exciting for the public but then I think blockchain was heralded and blown way out of proportion before it even left alpha state.
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