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When Bitcoin was unleashed on the world, it filled a specific need. But it wasn’t long before people realized the technology behind Bitcoin—the blockchain—could do much more than record monetary transactions. That realization has lately blossomed into a dazzling and often bewildering array of startup companies, initiatives, corporate alliances, and research projects. Billions of dollars will hinge on what they come up with. So you should understand how blockchains work—and what could happen if they don’t.

Blockchains: How They Work and Why They’ll Change the WorldThe technology behind Bitcoin could touch every transaction you ever make By Morgen E. Peck

How Smart Contracts WorkBlockchain technology could run a flight-insurance business without any employees By Morgen E. Peck

How Blockchains WorkIllustrated from transaction to reward By Morgen E. Peck

The Ridiculous Amount of Energy It Takes to Run BitcoinRunning Bitcoin uses a small city’s worth of electricity. Intel and others want to make a more sustainable blockchain By Peter Fairley

Do You Need a Blockchain?This chart will tell you if a blockchain can solve your problem By Morgen E. Peck

Wall Street Firms to Move Trillions to Blockchains in 2018The finance industry is eagerly adopting the blockchain, a technology that early fans hoped would obliterate the finance industry By Amy Nordrum

Blockchain LingoThe terms you need to know to understand the blockchain revolution By Morgen E. Peck

Why the Biggest Bitcoin Mines Are in ChinaThe heart of Bitcoin is now in Inner Mongolia, where dirty coal fuels sophisticated semiconductor engineering By Morgen E. Peck

Illinois vs. Dubai: Two Experiments Bring Blockchains to GovernmentDubai wants one blockchain platform to rule them all, while Illinois will try anything By Amy Nordrum

Blockchains Will Allow Rooftop Solar Energy Trading for Fun and ProfitNeighbors in New York City, Denmark, and elsewhere will be able to sell one another their solar power By Morgen E. Peck & David Wagman

Video: The Bitcoin Blockchain ExplainedWhat is a blockchain and why is it the future of the Web? By Morgen E. Peck & IEEE Spectrum Staff
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