An official at China’s national standardization agency has revealed that blockchain standards have been drafted and await approval to debut in 2022.
Blockchain has become one of the fastest-growing trends in the startup world, with a new report revealing that 10% of early-stage startups focus on the technology.
China’s main stock exchanges and industry regulators are all piloting blockchain initiatives and in a recent event, they discussed the role the tech will play.
People are no longer asking what blockchain is or if it’s needed, because everyone now knows and accepts that it’s necessary, according to Huawei’s Zhang Xiaojun.
India is a technologically advanced nation that also struggles with poverty and a massive divide between the rich and the poor, Nidhi Arora writes.
The test bridges the gap between mainstream finance and blockchain technology without relying on a central bank digital currency.
Platforms like Facebook and Twitter are free because they use consumers as the product, harvesting data and selling them for profit, Patrick Thompson writes.
The Bitcoin community in particular has fetishized the concept open-source to the extent that it has become nearly inseparable from the promise of Bitcoin and blockchain technology generally.
At Sir Anthony Ritossa's 13th Global Family Office Investment Summit Dubai, a panel of experts delved into how the technology is providing medical data authenticity.
Authorities in China are pressing individuals and businesses to embrace the potential of blockchain technology while ignoring the role of digital currency.
Andrew Bragg said blockchain “may well be the solution to one-touch government with international transactions in real time.”