HOW HIGH THE MOON LYRICS - ELLA FITZGERALD Somewhere there's music How faint the tune Somewhere there's heaven How high the moon There is no moon above When love is far away too Till it comes true That you love me as I love you Somewhere there's music It's where you are Somewhere there's heaven How near, how far The darkest night would shine If you would come to me soon Until you will, how still my heart How high the moon sponsored links Segregated Witness, Part 1: How a Clever Hack Could Significantly Increase Bitcoin's Potential If one proposal excited attendees at the recent Scaling Bitcoin workshop in Hong Kong, Bitcoin Core and Blockstream, it was developer Dr. Pieter Wuille's Segregated Witness. Praised by many within the technical community, Segregated Witness is expected to improve Bitcoin's performance in a number of ways, while some even hope it might be the scaling solution that helps bring some peace back to the Bitcoin community. In this first part of Bitcoin Magazine’s three-part series on Segregated Witness: how it works. What are Bitcoin transactions again? In order to understand Segregated Witness, it is helpful to understand what Bitcoin transactions are on a more technical level.
Watch Ian Brooks address Blockchain at Discover (VIDEO) - hpeb Ian Brooks By Curt Hopkins, Managing Editor, Hewlett Packard Labs If the standing-room, indeed overflow, crowd at Ian Brooks’ blockchain talk at HPE’s Discover 2016 in London is any indication, the “next big thing” we talked about on this blog in July is fast becoming reality. Print Your Own Money The economy is big news, and a big worry. But there are as many economies as we need. There are global, national, regional, and neighborhood economies. There are economies for greed, destruction, and exploitation, as well as for generosity, creativity, and love. And there are as many types of money as we need to operate these economies.
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Enigma, MIT Media Lab’s Blockchain-based Encrypted Data Marketplace, to Launch Beta In July Bitcoin Magazine reported that researchers and entrepreneurs at the MIT Media Lab had started the development of a new encryption system, dubbed Enigma, based on the blockchain technology. Enigma will enable untrusted and anonymous participants to securely share sensitive information with a third party. The name “Enigma” is part of the history of cryptography and code-breaking. It was the name of the electro-mechanical encryption system used by Germany before and during World War II, which was broken by a group of notable mathematicians and early computer scientists, including Alan Turing. Enigma was created by Oz Nathan, a technology entrepreneur formerly associated with the Counter Terror Unit of the Israeli Defense Forces, and Guy Zyskind, a graduate student and research assistant at the MIT Media Lab whose research interests lie at the intersection of data, privacy and Bitcoin. Zyskind’s advisor, Prof.
Blockchains and the Web Position Paper A W3C Workshop on Distributed Ledgers on the Web 29–30 June 2016, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts Authors: Allan Third, John Domingue, Michelle Bachler and Kevin Quick Knowledge Media Institute, Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) at the Open University (OU) has a strong background in Web-related work, especially the Semantic Web, and we have participated in several Web standards, including OWL  and SAWSDL , including work on linking and composing Web services semantically, via initiatives such as Linked USDL  and the Minimal Service Model . KMi hosts an active blockchain group and is developing blockchain-based use-cases in distance education and collaborating with the OU Law School on, for example, financial trusts using blockchains.