Flourishing Tech: Blockchain

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Wyoming plans to diversify its economy from fossil fuels to blockchain. Blockchain is the ledger of digital currencies such as Bitcoin. In March, Governor Matt Mead signed four blockchain-friendly bills that make the least populated state friendlier to the technology than any other. Arizona and Tennessee hope to lure tech companies with blockchain-friendly legislation as well.

Blockchain companies are webscale companies – this means they require the ability to quickly add computing and connectivity, need big pipes, need access to data centers, and need access to interconnection. These are all things that a connected infrastructure can enable. In most cases blockchain companies don’t have that many employees, it’s almost all technology.

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