Harvard University Endowment invests 12 MILLION in blockchain.

Hey there CoinJoin readers,

Are you interested in Bitcoin? Apparently Harvard Endowment is, well maybe not in bitcoin, but the underlying technology behind Bitcoin called blockchain.

So what is blockchain? Blockchain is a system in which a record of transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are maintained across several computers that are linked in a peer-to-peer network.

Harvard Management Company, Lux Capital and Foundation Capital have purchased about 95.8 million of the tokens valued at about $11.5 million. This being in a bear market. Not only are the tokens they purchased not on the CoinMarketcap, but this company is one of many to adopt the idea of digital tokens which are meant to imitate Bitcoin with some minor changes to the code. “Blockstack is a full-stack decentralized computing network that enables a new generation of applications where developers and users can interact fairly and securely. Blockstack’s core protocols and developer tools enable a fair and open Internet that returns digital rights to developers and consumers,”

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