2020 has been a historical year for challenges we hoped we would never face, a year dominated by a pandemic leading to countries shutting down and introducing economic uncertainty to millions across the globe. The U.S. equity markets have crashed only to climb back to record levels despite this pervasive unemployment and economic uncertainty.
Many argue that this market anomaly is a centrally managed conspiracy benefitting only the wealthiest among us. Instead, I would propose that the source of the rebound is the quintessentially American belief in our worldwide leadership in technological innovation.
We are living in a time where innovation and technological advances are happening at a speed that outpaces the federal government’s ability to lay the regulatory groundwork that hinders our ability to implement these time-critical solutions. Since the mainstream introduction of distributed computing and blockchain technology in 2009, hundreds of projects have been formed to test, develop