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BIGcast

09Oct

Step Aside Blockchain, Make Way for Hashgraph

 

John Best chats with Mance Harmon, CEO and Co-founder of Hedera Hashgraph. Join John and Mance as they explain how Hedera Hashgraph is working to use the hashgraph algorithm to create the first public network. Learn about Hedera’s history, Hashgraph’s strengths and weaknesses, and what sets its apart from blockchain. Finally, peek into the future with their views on where hashgraph, blockchain and cryptocurrency are headed next.

 

Relevant links:

For more information about Hedera 18, visit www.hedera18.com

For more on Hashgraph, visit www.hashgraph.com

 

About the Author

John Best

John Best

CEO

Best Innovation Group

John Best is recognized as a thought leader and visionary of technology advancements and financial application development within the credit union industry.

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