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Trends don’t wait for the beginning or end of a year to start. But the beginning of a new year is a great time to reflect on the budding trends that may take flight in the coming 12 months. Web development and design trends are no different. Now is the perfect time to reflect on the newest functionality, layouts, and looks for the web as organizations consider updating their sites as part of their 2018 initiatives.
The big buzz in disruptive technology for the last few years has been Bitcoin. This new currency holds the promise of lower transaction fees, easy person-to-person payments and even anonymity in the payments space. But the real quantum shift, from a technology perspective, is blockchain. Blockchain is the underlying technology that allows Bitcoin to exist. While some people are still struggling to grasp the potential of blockchain, others have wholeheartedly embraced what the technology could mean for businesses, both large and small.
145.5 million. That’s the number of Americans whose data was exposed as a result of the Equifax announced in September of 2017. The number is staggering, and the company is facing intense scrutiny from the federal government and has opened itself up to state and local lawsuits.
For restaurant owners, technology like bitcoin and blockchain stand to impact nearly every facet of operation from food sourcing and safety to valid restaurant reviews. Terms like Bitcoin and blockchain are dominating the news. For a restaurant owner, blockchain may seem like a technology that's only relevant to the financial world, but this isn't the case.