Big food companies cannot afford to micromanage their suppliers, they simply have too many of them. Traditionally, companies would take months to track down the source of a food contamination. However, in the digital age it takes mere minutes for the Twitter tempest to reach critical mass. This is where blockchain can potentially step in and save the day.
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Can mainstream investment into Bitmain pivot the largest mining pool in the world towards more ethical behavior?
Crypto Anarchy has gotten a bad rap. Something about the whole idea of anarchy. We’re not trying to overthrow the establishment and collapse the nation-state here. You can if you want to, but please do that on your own time.
The Bitcoin, Ethereum and Blockchain Super Conference is taking place in Dallas, Texas, February 2018. With bitcoin hitting all time highs daily, the conference offers an opportunity to bring more people on board with the financial revolution.
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Traditional forms of digital identification have been prone to leaks and catastrophes. Blockchain initiatives aim to overcome these issues and streamline the future of digital jurisdiction.
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The “next big ICO” project is a crowdfunded floating community in the sea – but how feasible is it?
The “paradox of plenty,” natural resources are both a gift and a curse to emerging economies. Rather than providing a flourishing economy, often the result is quite the opposite. Here’s how these countries are implementing blockchain and technological innovations to overcome the natural resource curse.
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Blockchain technology has taken off in Japan’s finance, business and governmental sectors.
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In a sign that cryptocurrencies are beginning to gain widespread acceptance, this tech-savvy Baltic nation aims to become the first country in the world to launch its own ICO
Segwit2x has garnered some controversy over the fact that it will not have replay protection. This piece will explain what a replay attack is and what it means for the upcoming 2x hard fork