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Blockchain helping the fight against fraudulent merchandise in the Australian national rugby league

The top rugby league in Australia, the national rugby league (NRL) will be trialling blockchain-based applications with IP Australia in order to avoid the sale of counterfeit products.  For those that don’t know, IP Australia is an agency of the Department of industry, innovation and science which works and regulates the issuance of intellectual property rights and legislation relating to patents and trademarks. The top rugby league in Australia, the national rugby league (NRL) will be trialling blockchain-based applications with IP Australia in order to avoid the sale of counterfeit products. For those that don’t know, IP Australia is an...

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Exciting times in South Korea as Blockchain IDs start to become more popular

Blockchain IDs now available in South Korea No more lugging about physical card copies God forbid you ever get pulled over by the police for speeding, But if you were to, what would they ask you? Typically, as you see in the movies, they’ll ask you for your license and registration and from here you will pull out your driver's license and show it to the officer in question. In South Korea, things might be a bit different from now on… Now, 1 million people in South Korea have gone away with their physical driver's license in favour of a...

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Introducing INVIZION and the NVZN Token: Renewable Energy on the Blockchain 

“Blockchain ecosystem” has become a common buzzword amongst cryptocurrency investors and traders globally. While everyone is talking about the blockchain ecosystem, one blockchain project is willing to take the leap and execute into the real ecosystem - that project is INVIZION.  Over the past few years, there has been a large amount of news about the supposedly “terrifying” environmental impact of the blockchain industry, specifically on the aspect of mining. Mainstream media outlets have been calling cryptocurrencies “an environmental disaster” and blockchains have even been compared to oil industry . It’s true, bitcoin mining, 1 2 and the cryptocurrency infrastructure...

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“The wall street bubble”: A case for bitcoin (PART 1)

In 2008 when Satoshi went public with bitcoin and the idea of blockchain technology, the invention received very little attention. In the past decade, the financial world was daunted by this new asset class and possibly the future of digital currency. Today there are more than 6,000 cryptocurrencies, according to Coinmarketcap. Slowly, but steadily cryptocurrencies are establishing themselves in the scenes of commerce and industries. However, bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have often received tons of criticisms from investors, individuals, governments, and other agencies. Very often, cryptocurrency has been described as a bubble waiting to burst. In the first part of...

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FREELANCE CONTRIBUTORS NEED AN ANSWER, FAST!

The unprecedented events that have unfolded with the novel coronavirus outbreak have been devastating. Organizations, industries, places of religious worship have all had to shut down at a point in time. This created a loop of inflation and economic meltdown in many states, and consequently thousands of workers ranging from upper income to lower income earners have been laid off from work. According to a report, 12.4% of Canadians aged 15-64 have been laid off monthly since February 2020. In many countries, the number is worse, and many workers have taken a pay cut to cope with the ripple effects...

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