The rise of cryptocurrency in 2018 warrants it the “word of the year” even if the connotation of the word is a bit...cryptic.
In this week’s Blockchain Future Friday, BranchMed CEO Hayk Vasilyan talks about stopping epidemics using blockchain tech and enormous data that will start to literally “shoot to the Moon.”
The IMF message is clear: Fiat banks and financial institutions need to open their eyes and deal with cryptocurrency.
Is the possibility of a network of decentralised “factories” a threat to the traditional mass-production factories that have persevered for decades since the Industrial Revolution?
One of the primary tenets that underpins Bitcoin’s operation is its Proof Of Work algorithm, but there’s been a snowballing movement among many crypto enthusiasts to what is now known as Proof Of Stake (PoS).
It would be a good idea for staff at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to attend, at a minimum, a cryptocurrency and/or blockchain boot camp so they can fully comprehend the business.
This post is a further exploration from last week’s topic, which explores the possibility of decentralized intelligence replacing governments. Here, we focus on higher level AI potentials in conjunction with blockchain technology.
CoinGeek welcomes this opportunity to subject the merits of both BTC and Bitcoin Cash BCH to scrutiny in court.
It didn’t take long before technologists decided to combine artificial intelligence (AI) with blockchain technology.
Today’s cryptocurrency wallets are largely desktop, hardware drive, or mobile-based. But with several other technologies developing simultaneously, it’s hard not to think how these devices may become obsolete in the near future.
The report bears no relation to reality, and is just the latest example of fake news put out by those agitating against blockchain technology and cryptocurrency.