A History Lesson with Ben Semchee: How Networks Are Built

I pulled this clip from a recent Ben Semchee video.  Over the course of discussion, he touched on how the networks to use cryptocurrencies on a mass scale are being built.  He puts today’s implementation process into perspective by drawing a parallel with how stock exchanges came into being back in the day.

Video queued to the 11:05 mark.

Enjoy, and be well, Everyone.


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