While much has been said about the "total supply" of bitcoin as a fixed amount, the reality is that "hard forks" in the Bitcoin blockchain have eliminated this limit, writes Mariam Nishanian, a spokesperson for Dentacoin.
A “neat” or “cool” idea may have garnered attention at the end of 2016, but the market has advanced to the point where a solid business idea that either addresses an unmet need and/or creates a significant cost savings is required to stand out from the crowd, writes Mariam Nishanian, a representative of Dentacoin.
It is often difficult to imagine how something will disrupt an industry because it may seem that the industry is already functioning with no problems. But there are inefficiencies that may not be apparent, writes Mariam Nishanian, a representative for Dentacoin.
Very large, established industries like financial services have strongly entrenched ways of doing business that, over time, have become inefficient, writes Mariam Nishanian, a representative for Dentacoin, adding blockchain can change that.
To continuously build strong customer relationships, there should be an incentive structure within a custom token, where quality reviews by industry players are rewarded using the tokens, writes Denatacoin's Mariam Nishanian.
Alternative currency investments are volatile. Another way to look at the market's sustainability is the willingness of participants to stick with this new mode of payments, writes Mariam Nishanian, a representative for Dentacoin, a virtual currency for the dental industry.
Distribution methods are constantly changing and being altered so that the maximum amount of people can gain access to these unregulated currencies, writes Mariam Nishanian, a representative at Dentacoin.