Startups Want to Use the Blockchain to Take Our Data Out of Uber's Hands

Imagine using an app to summon an aerial drone to deliver you a late-night snack. Running low on battery after a long day, the machine needs to recharge on the way. It finds a nearby rooftop charging station to refuel, then drops your General Tso’s on your balcony. The drone pays the charging station, and your digital wallet pays the drone. It all happens automatically, and the transactions are pseudonymous and recorded on a decentralized public ledger known as a blockchain

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