Indian Crypto Companies Are Now Helping Thailand’s Banks Instead

Indian tech multinational, Wipro, has developed a blockchain-based solution for banks in Thailand to settle dues. This comes as Indian government and banking authorities look to enact a blanket ban on all non-state-issued cryptocurrencies back home. Thai Banking System Embraces Blockchain Technology The settlement solution is a part of the first phase of Project Inthanon, which launched in […]

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Blockchain Could Be Crucial for Moving AI Tech Forward

Many startups are attracting capital and developing products to make artificial intelligence (AI) more accessible, as well as better protecting personal data via blockchain tech. Blockchain to Decentralize Artificial Intelligence Venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and academics are rushing to embrace the awesome synergy resulting from the application of Bitcoin’s (BTC) 00 blockchain technology and artificial intelligence […]

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New Samourai Wallet Feature Makes Bitcoin Transactions Private

A 2-wallet Samourai Stowaway offers to make transactions private by masking user identity while keeping funds safe. Bitcoin Transactions Are Pseudo-Anonymous Bitcoin (BTC) 00 transactions are often described as anonymous because users can exchange the cryptocurrency without providing any personally identifying information. However, Bitcoin transactions are pseudo-anonymous. The history of each Bitcoin transaction is permanently […]

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IOTA Smart City Project Granted €20 Million in EU Funding

The +CityxChange consortium, which includes the IOTA Foundation, has won a bid to lead a new smart city lighthouse project under an EU research and innovation program. A total of €30 million euros worth of backing has been committed, the majority from the EU, for seven EU cities to experiment with smart positive energy innovations. […]

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NASA Competition Winner to Join Keplertek’s Promising Project

Bitcoinist.net · June 12, 2018 · 12:00 am Keplertek has taken the cryptocurrency world by storm after selling all million of its pre-sale KEP tokens made available during within the first week of its launch. Each token is valued at $1.25 and the total supply is 100 million. The remaining tokens available for sale will be […]

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American Express Could Use Blockchain to Protect Clients’ Identities and Combat Fraud

Nikita Blows · May 24, 2018 · 9:00 pm US-based financial corporation American Express is researching how blockchain technology can provide solutions to issues such as fraud and identity protection. More and more financial services companies are exploring how blockchain technology can make a difference, not only in their existing processes but also in providing improved […]

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The Rise of Computer Power Threatens Ethereum Miners

Julio Gil-Pulgar · May 10, 2018 · 1:00 am Bitmain, the Chinese chip maker, is manufacturing hardware and chips that deliver such hash power that those using them could end up controlling the Ethereum transaction confirmation process, obliterating small miners. As a result, Ethereum developers are fiercely working on countermeasures, such as Casper, to dramatically […]

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Amazon Web Services Introduces Ethereum and Hyperledger Blockchain Templates

Georgi Georgiev · April 23, 2018 · 1:30 am In an attempt to make it easier for their Amazon Web Services (AWS) clients to create blockchain-based solutions, the company introduced ‘AWS Blockchain Templates’. They will enable users to create and to launch their own blockchain networks. Launching a new inroad into the world of blockchain […]

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