Articles of Quantum Computing

Will quantum computers become the terminators of Bitcoin?

Author: Li Ming (harp Technology founder) Editor's Note: This article modifications were made without changing the intent of the author. After Google ’s high-profile announcement of a successful demonstration of “quantum hegemony”, it once caused fear and fear among bitcoin investors. It is said that it takes 200 seconds to complete a problem that traditional […]

Perspective | How will blockchain develop with the development of quantum computing and AI

Source: Crypto Valley Live Author: Cloudy Bos Translation: Zoe Zhou Recall that when we dialed up to the Internet, when we wanted to access the Internet, we had to wait for a few minutes to dial and prevent other people in the family from using the phone. This is called "Web 1.0". With the development […]

IBM's qubit computer "Raleigh" implements 32 quantum volumes. Will it pose a threat to Bitcoin security?

IBM doubled the capabilities of its quantum computer, but Bitcoin's encryption technology is still far from being cracked. At yesterday's International Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020), the company announced that its 28-bit qubit computer "Raleigh" has achieved 32 Quantum Volume. Image source: pixabay In short, quantum volume is a measure of the complexity of a […]

Research Report | Analysis Report on Quantum Mechanics and Blockchain Security Technology

Author: gate.io Institute Quantum mechanics is becoming more and more important for the scientific development of today's society. With the promotion of quantum mechanics theory and its derivative applications, all walks of life are quietly changing. Blockchain, as one of the disruptive technologies of this era, its security must face the test brought by quantum […]

Dry goods | Can quantum computers really destroy blockchain networks?

Author: Neo Ge Check: Junkai Zeng Recently, many friends asked me questions about quantum computers. One of the biggest concerns is that quantum computing will rely on strong computing power to make cryptocurrencies no longer encrypted and even destroy the blockchain network. First answer: No. But to understand this, you need to understand what is […]

Research Shows: Quantum Hegemony Impact on Bitcoin Is Still Too Large

One researcher believes that if quantum computing is to achieve the feasibility of breaking encryption technology, it will face obstacles that many people do not realize. In a recent report, Dr. Subhash Kak, a director professor of electrical and computer engineering at Oklahoma State University, pointed out that problems such as "noise" and error correction […]

From quantum computing to blockchain: frontiers, trends, and challenges

This article is a documentary of the Guangzhou Forum on Quantum Computing and Blockchain. On November 30, 2019, the "Quantum Information and Blockchain Technology" Guangzhou Forum was successfully held at South China University of Technology. This forum was initiated by Professor Zhu Jiaming, the director of the Academic and Technical Committee of the Digital Asset […]

Blockchain VS quantum computing, this is probably the true incense law that Ren Zhengfei can't escape.

On November 6th, at the "Dialogue with Ren Zhengfei Coffee" held by Huawei, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei and the father of the Smart Factory Industry 4.0 spirit, German production automation professor Detlef Zuehlke and former UN Security Council President Ma Kaishuo carried out "digital sovereignty, from dialogue To the action of the theme dialogue. In […]

Bitcoin is inevitable in a battle: "quantum hegemony" between the real and the future

Source: Nuclear Finance, the original title "Bitcoin is inevitable" Author: Vincent In the office of Guomao, Ma Zhibo stepped on and walked around, looking excited. As a Ph.D. in astrophysics and a former financial derivatives investment expert at Goldman Sachs, he has been watching the movements across the ocean for more than a month. As […]

Opinion | What does Google's “quantum hegemony” mean for the future of the blockchain industry?

In this way, the prediction of quantum computers replacing traditional computers is a step closer to reality. Image source: visualhunt According to a recent report by the Financial Times, technology giant Google claims to have achieved "quantum supremacy," which means it has built a quantum computer that can solve problems that were previously impossible. Mathematical […]