I believe that the future of blockchain is bright. There are so many examples of how the technology can be applied to real life situations and make our lives easier. For example, it can be used to protect us against identity theft. Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world today. It happens every day, and it's happening right now as we speak. But what if there was a way to prevent it?
Blockchain technology has already been used to create a system that prevents identity theft by linking together fingerprints with a unique identifier known as an "address" on the blockchain network. This means that each fingerprint is linked with an address, meaning that anyone who wants to use someone else's fingerprint would need their private key in order for it to work properly—and most people don't even know what a private key is. This means that if someone tries using your fingerprint without your permission, they won't be able to use it because they don't have your private key.