At some point in the past, the Internet turned the world upside down, forever changing people’s behavior patterns all over the world. It has taught us to communicate with each other in a different way. It has transformed our attitudes to work and time. It has opened up countless opportunities. It has also given birth to an inexhaustible number of functions, applications and services that millions of people and organizations around the world use every day.
Like many people in science, business, politics, public life and millions of other enthusiasts all over the world, we are sure that blockchain is the new internet. The potential of decentralized systems is as good as the capabilities offered by the World Wide Web. Certainly, blockchain technology will not replace the Internet, but it will considerably complement it.
The financial system is already changing, becoming more convenient, faster and less expensive thanks to blockchain-based cryptocurrencies. Hundreds of companies already have fast access to reliable information through distributed databases. Thousands of business projects are starting to use tokens to gain new development opportunities. Smart contracts are actively used to automate insurance and lending processes, support interactions between robotic systems without human input, and provide the continuity of internal processes in major global companies.
Most importantly, cryptocurrencies enable millions of people to invest in new technology, and a large number of creators, visionaries and talented, committed teams have access to resources for the creation and development of such projects.