trademalltilldeath
over 1 year ago  Karma: 85
Will HashGraph technology work to disrupt BlockChain Tech or will it hold its own path ?

I think about this often- We see disruption on a daily basis these days and especially those of us lucky enough to be involved in the 'blockchain' and 'Crypto' world. But in seeing disruption we must also give weight to the very fact that there could be something that disrupts our 'interests and investments'. Could HashGraph be that technology? It is steadily gaining more and more steam by the day. The 'Old Money' mentality would surely benefit in and with a competing technology they could squeeze thier centralized thoughts into...?

hashgraph
Old Money mentality
disruption
blockchain
competing technology
centralization
decentralization
trademalltilldeath
over 1 year ago  Karma: 85
Will HashGraph technology work to disrupt BlockChain Tech or will it hold its own path ?

I think about this often- We see disruption on a daily basis these days and especially those of us lucky enough to be involved in the 'blockchain' and 'Crypto' world. But in seeing disruption we must also give weight to the very fact that there could be something that disrupts our 'interests and investments'. Could HashGraph be that technology? It is steadily gaining more and more steam by the day. The 'Old Money' mentality would surely benefit in and with a competing technology they could squeeze thier centralized thoughts into...?

hashgraph
Old Money mentality
disruption
blockchain
competing technology
centralization
decentralization

3 ANSWERS
managementmoves
over 1 year ago Karma: 50

I think Hashgraphs voting/gossip protocol is great. It's certainly more effecient than blockchain consensus. However, that prospective is only for the moment. The evolution of both technologies are only just begun. As time passes both will experience growth and development. I think there's room for both. Choice is always a better than absolute.

By the way, Hashgraph has a live streaming event tonight at 6pm ET hashgraph.com/launch. I'm curious to see and hear what they have to announce. I think it might be something regarding Intiva Health, which according to the Intiva site is Hashgraph's first launched project.

I think Hashgraphs voting/gossip protocol is great. It's certainly more effecient than blockchain consensus. However, that prospective is only for the moment. The evolution of both technologies are only just begun. As time passes both will experience growth and development. I think there's room for both. Choice is always a better than absolute.

By the way, Hashgraph has a live streaming event tonight at 6pm ET hashgraph.com/launch. I'm curious to see and hear what they have to announce. I think it might be something regarding Intiva Health, which according to the Intiva site is Hashgraph's first launched project.

mattdoesdroid
over 1 year ago Karma: 10

It's the Microsoft Access of decentralized, open, distributed ledgers, except it's not open, nor decentralized, and it's use case is with one proprietary company. Bitcoin is a 9+ year use case; Ethereum nearly a 4-year use case, both open, highly used, and battle-tested...Hashgraph is none of these things. You can download an SDK, but check out the fine print, which requires a commercial license...

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It's the Microsoft Access of decentralized, open, distributed ledgers, except it's not open, nor decentralized, and it's use case is with one proprietary company. Bitcoin is a 9+ year use case; Ethereum nearly a 4-year use case, both open, highly used, and battle-tested...Hashgraph is none of these things. You can download an SDK, but check out the fine print, which requires a commercial license...

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bruno
over 1 year ago Karma: 1094

Hashgraph is a closed source promise with virtually nothing to show, like many other crypto projects. It's okay to believe in something better coming one day, but in the meanwhile, work with what actually works (and exists).

Hashgraph is a closed source promise with virtually nothing to show, like many other crypto projects. It's okay to believe in something better coming one day, but in the meanwhile, work with what actually works (and exists).

trademalltilldeath

Bruno- I think because I am an investor and my only focus is emergintg tech I feel the need to ask this question- the only 'better' I see coming is simply the 'fixes' to our existing blockchain tech that will allow it to contiinue its rise to 'currency supramacy', lol. However, and again these are disruptive times and those that CAN , WILL. Thanks man

Mar 13 '18 at 9:43 pm
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