Blockchain technology stands to radically transform our concept of the corporation where machines, not humans, are both the customers and employees.

A payment conducted with bitcoin represents a paradigm shift in our concept of money - one where there is no division between currency and the system through which it flows.

The blueprints for scaling the bitcoin are beginning to emerge and the Lightning Network may prove to be the answer.

When scaling solutions are implemented which allow billions of transactions to be made per second we will see an economic engine capable of facilitating business at the speed of thought.

Ethereum today is where bitcoin was in 2010 – raw infrastructure, lack of developers, and plenty of skeptics.

The financial landscape in developing economies such as Africa is well positioned to leapfrog traditional banking and move directly to a bitcoin-enabled financial paradigm.

The ability to create something that is not duplicable in the digital world has enormous value.

The creators behind the interplanetary file system (IPFS) hope that in 10 years, the majority of the world's data is stored and distributed with their technology.

The bitcoin lightning network is an off-chain payment channel that provides instant, high-volume micropayments while removing risk of trusted third parties. Recently, we had the chance to ask one of the inventors, Joseph Poon, a few questions surrounding this new technology and how they are planning to use the lightning network to benefit bitcoin users.

Augur aims to be the decentralized prediction market of the future. We had a chance to interview with one of the co-founders, Jeremy Gardner.