Occasionally at The Digital Decrypter, we’ll come across an opportunity in our travels that we think is good enough to share with would-be investors. We met Rodney Stevens from Digital Asset Management Co at the XFutures tech conference in Vancouver a few weekends ago, and started a conversation about cryptocurrency and its effects on the world. You’ll notice there’s no ticker at the end of the company name, which is standard protocol around here, and that’s because they’re not public. Yet. They’re in the midst of raising funds to do just that, and that’s of course, where the opportunity lies.
One of the largest roadblocks towards gaining widespread acceptance for cryptocurrencies of all stripes as asset classes is their complexity, and their lack of transparency. Government’s literally have no way of tracking their movements, which is great for the privacy of the average citizen, but also great for organized crime.
According to the U.S. The National Library of Medicine (NLM), “sources of electronic patient information (laboratory data, pharmacy data and physician dictation) reside on many isolated islands that are difficult to bridge.”