Let’s face it — there is absolutely no way to deny that technology has absolutely revolutionized human civilization forever. While we used to work to create our own food through agriculture, we can now click on a device that fits in our pocket and has products and goods of all kinds shipped to our front doorstep within a day or two, and access information immediately and for free when it otherwise would have taken a considerable amount of time and money. There are all sorts of emerging trends that many believe will continue this revolution, including artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and others. Two of these trends are undoubtedly blockchain and mobile.
There are more people than ever that believe that blockchain will be quite disruptive. We know that Facebook, which is used by billions of people, is looking to launch its own stablecoin within months in order to potentially disrupt the global payments sector. One of the most powerful — and arguably the most powerful — retailer in the United States, Wal-Mart, is already using blockchain to track its lettuce. The truth is that many believe that blockchain will make many industries much more effective in terms of efficiency and transparency.