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.

Where the USD falls victim to the Triffin dilemma, the borderless, digital cryptocurrency bitcoin may hold promise to solve this international monetary flaw, and provide the backbone for a more interdependent global economy.

The revolutionary roots of bitcoin are buried in the ashes of history's ledger technologies.

Cultures everywhere are being redesigned along digital guidelines, creating what we would call diginomic lifestyles. As the world reshapes and redesigns itself, it is rapidly and optimally adopting the technologies required to maximize convenience.

Something BIG is happening in the area of world economics. It is the search for a system which will drastically alter our standard and way of living – one which will put an end to our use of cash, checks and personal credit.

In the long-run bitcoin technology will transform the distribution and access to information in a manner similar to internet and smartphone technology.