blockchain sounds like a way to hold boats anchored, which isn’t a nasty analogy, considering what the know-how purports to do. At least he could have learned something about what works and what doesn’t work. “I work with code, so people see me as a magician,” he stated proudly. He spends half his time yelling at his screen in frustration, while he programmes strips of duct tape to repair creaky PHP script from years and years in the past. Another a kind of award-winning experiments, this time in maternity care.