Even as Blockchain tops $17,000 today and is rumored to hit $20,000, I still believe cryptocurrency as a currency doesn’t have much there. I don’t think blockchain is a “real” investing opportunity, unless you’re an institutional hedge fund betting on the momentum trade. There is a real likelihood that bitcoin will crash and lose 80% of its value, Read more »
Over the past few years, blockchain has made a sizeable wave in many businesses. Companies across industries and verticals are eager to see how the technology evolves, as it’s set to be worth nearly $8 billion by 2024. The implementation of blockchain across the board is inevitable.
In October, Nokia and OP Financial Group, one of the largest financial services group in Finland,
Open-source blockchain network IOTA, in partnership with Microsoft, Samsung, Cisco, and Volkswagen, has announced its data marketplace, a Tangle-based solution built to help monetize data.
IOTA co-founder David Sønstebø said the data marketplace will enable companies to distribute and monetize data via blockchain technology.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) will be replacing its Clearing House Electronic Subregister System (CHESS) with distributed ledger technology (DLT), aiming to cut costs for customers.
ASX is Australia’s primary securities exchange. It has an average daily turnover of A$4.685 billion and a market capitalization of around A$1.6 trillion,
Founded in 1998 by public health inspector John Halstad, HealthSpace is a technology company currently providing inspection,
South Korea’s Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) and Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) have developed a blockchain-based system for neighborhood electricity trading and electric vehicle (EV) charging. The goal of the project is to provide relief to businesses or households that face heavy electricity bills.
A new group bringing together esports and cryptocurrency has formed, appropriately named the Esports Crypto Consortium. Prominent leaders in the space have united to promote new industry standards, interoperability, and fluidity between tokens and projects.
Marshall Long, the CEO and co-founder of eboost,
Cypherium is building a hybrid blockchain to provide optimal on-chain scalability.
Led by Sky Guo, the company is comprised of experienced technologists, visionaries, and experts possessing extensive background in cryptography, decentralized networking and software architecture.
Guo holds extensive infrastructure-level knowledge regarding blockchain consensus,
Bext360 develops technologies to streamline critical supply chains in emerging economies. Its “bext-to-brew” platform utilizes IoT, blockchain,