Exploiting potential job opportunities in the blockchain space

Blockchain technology has undoubtedly remained one of the hottest topics in the past decade. With various industries embracing the stunning development, it is poised to remain an essential aspect for...

A detailed history of bitcoin; unfolding early events of the most popular digital currency

History was made on October 31st, 2008 when Satoshi Nakamoto published the bitcoin whitepaper that essentially started blockchain technology and bitcoin as we know it today. While digital cash was...

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Web3 Foundation Funds Swisscom Blockchain to Strengthen Polkadot

Web3 Foundation, the non-profit behind the Polkadot network, has awarded a grant to Swisscom Blockchain. The undisclosed sum will be put towards the development of a Kubernetes Operator for sentry...

How the blockchain service network could help boost the development of a CBDC in China 

The debate of whether cryptocurrency is, or should be, considered legal tender is an age-old argument.  Looking into China, the government doesn't really believe that crypto is a legitimate form...

Lygon blockchain platform prepares to go commercial following successful pilot tests in Australia

Running on the IBM public cloud, the Lygon blockchain platform has just successfully reported that its pilot with Australian banks has been a success since last year. The financial institutions...

Why Ripple is excelling in institutional adoption

Since the introduction of the distributed ledger technology and cryptocurrencies by Satoshi, they have gained a lot of attention from investors, the media, financial organizations, and critics. The original model...

Decentralized finance: what is it all about?-PART 1

For many years, the world was used to traditional methods of exchanging value and trading. However, as digitization crept in from the latter part of the 20th century through to...

RAMP DEFI’s cross-chain liquidity bridge will bring ‘unlocked’ value onto the Ethereum blockchain

With total value locked in the staking economy at around 22 billion dollars and growing at an astronomical rate, this is a moment in history akin to the great gold...

How blockchain is helping farmers in India connect to the United Arab Emirates 

Industry officials for the food sector in the United Arab Emirates could soon be looking into blockchain for a supply based chain which could help obtain agricultural products directly from...

Building on Polkadot: 4 Projects Making a Home on Crypto’s Newest Blockchain

Polkadot cuts a unique figure in the cryptocurrency landscape. The blockchain protocol has already given birth to an ecosystem of inter-connected cryptocurrency, decentralized finance (defi), gaming, banking and Internet-of-Things (IoT)...

Will Concordium Succeed where Other Enterprise Blockchains Have Failed? 

Around 2017, enterprise blockchain seemed set to go massive. However, as the boom period died down, the idea of businesses adopting blockchain seemed to die with it. Those that have...

Quorum blockchain moves from JP Morgan Chase to ConsenSys 

An enterprise blockchain platform developed by the banking giant JP Morgan Chase, Quorum is just about to be acquired by ConsenSys.  An undisclosed strategic investment was also made by JP...

Blockchain and virtual interaction in the post-pandemic era

The post-COVID "new normal" is inevitable, but what will it look like? When the virus danger dies down, and restrictions are entirely lifted, will we still have a different perspective...

How blockchain can further the fight against COVID-19 according to the Japanese financial minister

Taro Aso, the finance minister in Japan has recently suggested that blockchain technology could be the thing that would help battle coronavirus as the pandemic rages on throughout the world. ...

How blockchain could help banking institutions with identifying customers

Making the banking process a lot simpler with HashCash.  How blockchain adoption is growing in this industry. HashCash Consultants, a well-known blockchain company has recently claimed that banks are chief...