His Bosses Rejected His Idea. Then Hans Langer Became A Billionaire From His Plan For Giant 3-D Printers.
The man responsible for all this is 67-year-old Hans Langer, one of the original entrepreneurs in the 3-D printing world, who started the company that produces these machines, EOS GmbH, 30 years ago. was
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Quantum Computing a 'Near-Term Threat' to Bitcoin and Ethereum: IBM's VP of Blockchain | The Daily Hodl (The Daily Hodl)
article https://share.qz.com/news/2339781/ Quartz In a new interview with Fred Schebesta of Finder.com, IBM executives discuss the threat of quantum computing against cryptocurrencies and blockchain cryptography.
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Quantum computing could change everything, and IBM is racing with Microsoft, Intel, and Google to conquer it. Here's what
In January, IBM made waves when it announced its IBM Q System One, the world's first quantum computer available to businesses — a system housed in a sleek, 9-cubic-foot glass case. It's a major milestone
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