Bitcoin is still a novelty, and that’s why many people are taking to the streets to voice their opinions on the virtual currency.
But a lot of people are also trying to get in on the ground floor, as the cryptocurrency continues to gain momentum and is now valued at around $3,000.
Today, there’s also a lot more buzz around blockchain technology.
In fact, this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt conference in Los Angeles has raised $200,000 from more than 2,000 investors, according to a news release from the event.
But there’s still a lot to learn about blockchain technology and how to use it.
And to help you understand how blockchain is being used in the real world, TechCrunch wants to talk to some of the top blockchain developers and experts out there.
We wanted to know if anyone has used blockchain technology for their own business, or if you want to get your feet wet with it but don’t want to spend time figuring out how it works.
So we put a call out to all the top developers and innovators in blockchain technology, including the co-founder of BitPay, Brian Armstrong, to learn how they use the technology and where to start.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about blockchain.
Here are some of our questions from our call:Is it worth investing in Bitcoin?
If you don’t already have a Bitcoin wallet, is it worth it?
Is it worth a new computer or an investment in a blockchain-based wallet?
What is the difference between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash?
Is Bitcoin cash better?
Is blockchain technology a threat to financial services?
Why is blockchain technology so interesting?
What do you think is the best way to invest your money in blockchain?
How do you approach this technology in the blockchain world?
How can you get a better understanding of blockchain?
And, for more of our conversation, watch this video on our YouTube channel.