Facebook is looking for Blockchain experts. WhatsApp should get a stable coin. User data should be given the same technological foundation as Bitcoin. And right in the middle is a Mark Zuckerberg, who wants privacy. You have to ask yourself: Can that work out?
Satoshi Nakamoto and Mark Zuckerberg could hardly be more different. One of them invented the decentralized network Bitcoin and seems to shy away from everything that bathes the other: public. The other invented the most centralized and, above all, most extensive network since data exist: Facebook.
And now one is on the legacy of the other to create and could hardly seem less credible: Facebook is looking for Blockchain experts. Although the current tenders can be counted on four hands. Nevertheless, for the future it is conceivable that Facebook stores all the data, which it collects so diligently, on a decentralized database. But the company could slipping properly