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Nonsense blockchain articles

https://www.businessinsider.com/ioex-iot-solution-cut-costs-2018-10

This article sounds like a sales pitch with random key words thrown together and there isn't anything in the article that actually tells you what or how it works or will work.  But it's really the norm now and the fake nonsense marketing news is all we get from the shills.  And the fan lemmings who bow down to nothing and don't even know what they are talking about. 

   The IOT space has a ton of challenges and new and old Technologies. As well as legacy philosophical mindsets at times.  Many challenges won't be technological at all, but political and psychological.  Add to that some blockchain and crypto and AI and RPA and then you read nonsense articles that Proclaim they have conquered it all in an open source world , yet offer nothing to where they actually solved any of the problems in one space much less ten different verticals. 

  I spoke with one company who basically blocked me from asking any more questions because I was honestly interested in how they solved the Ethereum scaling and latency challenges as well as the computational challenges AI presented.   And they solved iot security vulnerabilities.  It was really promising if they figured any of them out. Yet they had nothing of value to add and honestly didn't even seem to realize any of these challenges existed in the first place.  At a certain point it's obvious many of these companies are just full of nonsense.

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