Stunning Breakthrough in Computer Engineering Could Be Bigger Than the Internet

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A stunning breakthrough in computer engineering is now being hailed as the most significant invention since the Internet.

Already, many of the world’s largest companies, including IBM, Google, UBS, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley, are racing to take the new tech to market.

And the CEO of NASDAQ has gone as far as calling it The biggest opportunity we can think of over the next decade.”

It’s called simply DLT.

Like the internet, this new tech works on a distributed network that can’t be controlled by any one entity and has no single point of failure. But unlike the internet, “Distributed Ledger Technology” adds an additional layer of transparency and incorruptibility that was once thought impossible.

It’s a breakthrough that’s now got the potential to create $7 trillion in new market wealth, and it’s already starting in 2018.

In a recent tell-all interview, renowned Silicon Valley investor Jeff Brown explains exactly how the new technology works, and why he thinks it’s the most important investment of the next decade.

Take a few moments to watch it below and decide for yourself.

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