Announced with great fanfare this summer, Windows 11 promises a relifting of its graphical interface alongside new features (including the integration of Microsoft Teams, new widgets and a new marketplace). But among manufacturers ready to begin their transformation towards ARM processors, the OS is more interesting for its different versions. Microsoft could not miss it: in addition to its traditional ...

Disney +, the SVOD service of the Disney group, launched on April 7, 2020. Launched on November 12, 2019 in the United States, Canada and the Netherlands, the subscription video platform finally arrives in France on April 7 2020. Disney + brings together thousands of episodes and films classified by genre. The platform highlights the strong brands of the group ...

The bitcoin blockchainBitcoin is the most well-known use case of blockchain. It was created in 2008 by an unknown man whose pseudonym is Satoshi Nakamoto. It designates both a secure and anonymous payment protocol and a cryptocurrency. Anyone can access this blockchain (it is public, therefore open to everyone) and therefore use bitcoins. To do this, all you have to ...

Blockchain is the new buzzword in the tech world. All sectors are starting to work on concrete use cases, but few players can claim to have developed revolutionary solutions. For good reason: blockchain technology is still very complex to understand. Blockchain (which is translated into French as blockchain) is a technology that allows information to be stored and transmitted transparently, ...

People who make cryptocurrency are called miners. They are said to be mining a cryptocurrency. Minors are an integral part of the process. Without them, the Blockchain would be frozen. A miner in fact confirms the transactions that take place on the Blockchain. For example, imagine that Peter gives 3 Bitcoins to Paul. The transaction will be immediately broadcast over ...

How many cryptocurrencies are there? This often asked question sounds simple but in reality it is very difficult to know the exact number of virtual currencies. No site lists them all. The Ministry of Economy and Finance counted more than 2,871 in 2019, without having updated since. Today there are over 8,035 cryptocurrencies listed on coinmarketcap. But that’s not the ...