No one can deny that blockchain is a kind of technology that is at a premium. Its potential is used in a great number of industries. The food industry, which has recently developed transparency in food supply chains, is one of them.
On October 26, the Chinese Congress passed a cryptography law, which is supposed to come into force on the 1st of January, 2020. What changes in the field of blockchain and cryptocurrency technology can we expect in this country?
Who would have thought that blockchain technology could be applied in the theater industry as well. It turns out that it is a powerful weapon in the fight against an increasing number of fake tickets. The wave of fraud can finally be tamed!
According to a press release issued on the 14th of October by Nikkei Asian Review, five major car manufacturers will begin testing their blockchain-based vehicle identification system next month.
Blockchain technology is gaining more and more supporters, also in the sport field. This time, Sacramento Kings, the NBA club, is reaching for this solution.
Walmart, an American retail giant, has announced that, together with IBM, it will run a pilotage, in which it is to take advantage of blockchain technology in order to track the supply of shrimp from Indian producer - Andhra Pradesh.
On September 25, the Aeternity blockchain startup announced that it has established cooperation with Urugway Can in order to create a platform for managing cannabis supply chains.
According to a press release issued by GrainChain, the company has concluded the contracts with stakeholders from the coffee industry across the Honduras (a Central American country).
Food traceability is one of the basic pillars that ensure an increased level of consumer health protection. What role can blockchain and artificial intelligence play in it?
E-sport is enjoying a significant popularity growth and people are more and more eager to watch players equipped with controllers. How to make this sector even more attractive? Cryptography comes handy!
Kakao, a South Korean technology giant, intends to open the acces to KLAY, its cryptocurrency, to Samsung phone users.
The number of supporters of the TradeLens platform is constantly growing. In order to increase their efficiency, organizations associated with transport decide to shift away from traditional forms of documentation in favor of solutions based on blockchain technology.
Large databases can be challenging for any organization. Blockchain technology may be an alternative solution to this problem.
On Friday, a 25-year-old man was accused of operating a cryptocurrency exchange without the required license in Los Angeles. The Westwood resident pleaded guilty.
It looked like blockchain was introducing solutions only for online operations. Now, however, it can help improve everyday devices.
Employees of the Ukrainian atomic power plant were detained by security service agents. By using the plant's resources to mine cryptocurrencies they disclosed top-secret state data.
For several days now there has been a state of emergency due to numerous fires in the Amazon rainforest. Any financial help, including cryptocurrencies, is worth its weight in gold.
US presidential elections are getting close, and one of the candidates is disappointed that blockchain-based voting has not been introduced yet.
South Korean blockchain companies are withdrawing their projects from the country as a result of problems with regulations regarding cryptocurrencies and blockchains.
Mark Yusko, CEO of Morgan Creek Capital, emphatically ridicules the popular commotion about current Bitcoin markings.