Joichi Ito is a Director of a MIT Media Lab and Chairman of a Board of PureTech Health. He is on a house of a Sony Corporation, The New York Times Company and others, and has combined Internet companies including PSINet Japan, Digital Garage and Infoseek Japan.
In this opinion piece, Ito looks during a stream state of a bitcoin and a blockchain, job for togetherness and partnership amid an capricious time for a industry.
In a previous post, we wrote that we trust a blockchain has a intensity to be as disruptive – and clear as most event and creation – as a Internet, and that it could turn a ubiquitous, interoperable, reliable, low-cost network for exchange of several kinds.
But along with that huge potential, a blockchain also faces hurdles that are identical to, though in many ways really opposite from, what we had and continue to have with a Internet and a Open Web.
I’m disturbed about a stream conditions of bitcoin and a blockchain.
Partially driven by a over-investment in a space, and partially by a fact that bitcoin is most some-more about income than a Internet ever was,