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Can telecoms cut through the blockchain hype?

News | 01/19/2018 3:38 pm EST
Jackson Palmer, the creator of Dogecoin, a joke currency that's an example of blockchain hype run amok, told The Wire Report telecoms should be wary of sky-high blockchain promises. / Image via Dogecoin Twitter.

The federal government said Friday it is “experimenting” with blockchain technology to create a public record of grants and contributions — an announcement that followed what seems to be a growing amount of hype over blockchain in the past year.   

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