I am looking forward to self-driving cars. For one, I don’t really enjoy driving or cars for that matter, and one of my biggest peeves are stoplights. Nothing is more annoying or a bigger waste of time, than sitting at a red signal light when there is no traffic in sight. When self-driving cars become standard, signal lights will no longer be necessary because the cars’ navigation computers will be programmed to avoid collisions. Self-driving cars will also save travelers time by avoiding the need to find parking. Cars will drop passengers off where they need to go and either find a parking spot, return home, pick up another passenger or drive in circles until it’s time to pick up. That would work for me.
I don’t consider myself an expert in blockchain technology – at least not yet. Cryptocurrencies and NFTs (non-fungible tokens) both use blockchain technology. That’s what gives them value. However, very few people can explain what blockchains are or how they work.