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Hawaii will open its beaches to blockchain firms and explore new policies to turn Hawaii into an “early adopter.”
Binance plans to donate $50 Million USD in a blockchain development fund with each startup set to receive $100,000 USD. Binance owned, Waxir X will
source Many businesses are built around the idea of centralization. They facilitate safe and speedy transactions in exchange for a portion of the transaction. But what if that wasn’t necessary any more? Bitcoin has proven that no authority is needed to facilitate transactions. Decentralized applications will soon be able to do everything that centralized ones […] More
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What will be the phenomena determined by the application of the blockchain? Here are what developments to expect this year according to IBM researchers In 2019 the blockchain reached numerous organizations and today the already active blockchain netw…
Georgia will be the first country in the world to promote the use of third generation Cardano-backed blockchain technology for storing, tracking and verifying educational credentials, building on its success as the first country to leverage blockchain technology in public services.
The pharmaceuticals industry is leading the line in blockchain technology adoption as it holds great promise for the trillion-dollar industry. The technology’s key features such as security, immutability, and decentralisation are very attractive to p…
The South African Presidency is touting blockchain technology to reduce unemployment and drive GDP growth in the country.
The State Taxation Administration, responsible for collecting tax and enforcing tax laws, is set to pilot blockchain invoicing application in Beijing.
The word “hack” is very ambiguous in the blockchain context. Hacking blockchain means “someone is trying to control more than 51% of the total computing power of the whole blockchain network.” The hacker is trying to read and reverse the transactions hidden in the blockchain network. However, the nature of blockchain makes this type of hacking difficult.
Sonja Davidovic has warned banks not to get involved with blockchain technology and first analyse it further before any steps are taken.