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Published on April 15th, 2018 | by Michael Barnard


Cleantech X Blockchain — Survey

April 15th, 2018 by  

CleanTechnica would like to engage the brain trust of our readership to get your opinion on blockchain and cryptocurrencies. For those of you who have not been following along with our Cleantech Blockchain series, or those of you who have been considering upgrading your Nokia cell phone to a Motorola flip phone, here’s the difference:

  • Cryptocurrency — A non-national, digital currency that can be exchanged either for national currencies or other cryptocurrencies. Examples include Bitcoin and Ethereum.
  • Blockchain — The technological approach that supports cryptocurrencies, but also has other uses. It is a digital ledger that is shared among multiple organizations and entities on the internet, with sophisticated means of validating, encrypting, and linking blocks of transactions.

For more details, check out our Cleantech Blockchain series.

Up to speed? Now, we’d appreciate it if you completed 9 quick questions on these topics via this link or via the embedded survey below.

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is a C-level technology and strategy consultant who works with startups, existing businesses and investors to identify opportunities for significant bottom line growth in the transforming low-carbon economy. He is editor of The Future is Electric, a Medium publication. He regularly publishes analyses of low-carbon technology and policy in sites including Newsweek, Slate, Forbes, Huffington Post, Quartz, CleanTechnica and RenewEconomy, with some of his work included in textbooks. Third-party articles on his analyses and interviews have been published in dozens of news sites globally and have reached #1 on Reddit Science. Much of his work originates on Quora.com, where Mike has been a Top Writer annually since 2012. He's available for consulting engagements, speaking engagements and Board positions.

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