Emerging Technologies

Today all organizations depend on technological innovation in order to sustain their existence. Analysis of emerging technologies and identification of those technologies with the greatest potential is essential to being prepared for upcoming projects. The objective of this blog is to establish future oriented technology analysis and insights. This blog was established to provide program and project managers with information about these emerging technologies. These emerging technologies have far reaching repercussions for program and project managers. This blog will jump-start the learning process and allow program and project managers to become proactive.

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The latest figures of the 1,501 cryptocurrencies place the total value at $461,215,429,642 USD.    Now that is a proper correction!

Posted on: February 01, 2018 05:05 PM | Permalink | Comments (4)

State of Confusion

In mid-September 2016, a Federal judge in New York issued a ruling that states Bitcoin constitutes a form of money. 

Wow, in late July 2016, a Florida Judge ruled that Bitcoin is not money

Wait a minute, in 2016, the European Parliament passed a proposal to set up a task force to monitor virtual currencies, such as Bitcoin.   No real decision yet!!!!

But hold on, in 2015 the Commodities and Futures Trading Commission defined Bitcoins and all cryptocurrencies as commodities in their regulatory process. 

Time out, in 2014, the IRS ruled that Bitcoin would be considered a taxed property. That is certainly not money.

Hold on, in 2014 the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) [They Have Guns] provided guidance on bitcoin exchanges and payment processors, finding that they are considered money services businesses under US law.

This technology has certainly created a state of confusion!  


Posted on: September 21, 2016 08:48 PM | Permalink | Comments (4)

I see where one young boy has just passed 500 hours sitting in a treetop. There is a good deal of discussion as to what to do with a civilization that produces prodigies like that. Wouldn't it be a good idea to take his ladder away from him and leave him up there?

- Will Rogers