The campus will incubate four life-changing technologies with the blockchain in the middle
Blockchains LLC will build an innovation park in urban size in Nevada based on blockchain. Announcing plans for the 68,000-acre site, CEO, lawyer and cryptocurrency millionaire, Jeffrey Berns, said the site is "roughly the size of Reno" and described the city as "more than a series of projects" to highlight the power of the public blockchain.
As one of the starting points, a 1,000-acre campus will be built that has been dubbed "Blockchains". Graphene Valley & # 39 ;. "It will be a high-tech, high-security park, a research and development facility that will incubate four life-changing technologies together," Berns said. "Those who are AI technology, nano, 3D printing, all use blockchain as a nucleus, rather exciting.
"We will incubate concepts that concern clean water and energy, we will do things that have never been done before."
Berns continued: "Everything we do will have its blockchain-rooted infrastructure, and now we also wanted to show how the blockchain could change the way we live, so we're also creating a residential community." This residential community will have homes, apartments, condominiums. , banks, markets, shops, schools, and we will use blockchain, the public blockchain, wherever possible.We will incubate projects with these entities as we build that residential community ".
The company will also recruit a number of partners to work on projects and the first of these is the energy company, NV Energy, which provides services to 1.4 million customers across Nevada. The two parties signed a memorandum of understanding that outlines their agreement to work together on energy projects based on blockchain technology. Blockchains and the shared vision of NV Energy will pilot concepts that put the customer in control of energy creation, consumption, storage and transactions.
"It will be a high-tech, high-security park, a research and development facility that will incubate four life-changing technologies together"
"The goal of this collaboration is to create technology solutions that will produce customer-centric energy platforms powered by public blockchains, all with the aim of integrating approved incubations into the Nevada energy framework," said Berns. "These types of collaborative efforts, which return the power and control of customer transactions, are the very essence of blockchain technology – this partnership is just the beginning of what we've designed for Innovation Park."
Other park projects include the first "immersive" content creation study, which aims to restore power to content creators and an e-gaming arena where reputation will be maintained on the blockchain. Berns believes that one day e-gaming and e-sports will surpass professional sports. This will be followed by other similar arenas built all over the world. "It is a whole new ecosystem that we will create". In addition, Berns bought a bank and aims to make it the "most transparent and transparent bank of the blockchain" in the world.
According to New York TimesBlockchains LLC bought the land in Nevada for $ 170 million in cash this year. Berns, who said he stopped practicing the law almost three years ago and pointed out that he is not a developer and has no idea how to code, he ended his presentation with a straightforward approval of the blockchain technology and its potential for change the world:
"I'm older than most of you in the audience and I come from a profession that many of you believe cause more problems than solutions, but I'll tell you this: in all of my life, throughout my career as a lawyer, I've never I saw a technology that I believed in more or one that I thought could really change the balance of power to us instead of the corporations and instead to Wall Street. "
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