Middle Eastern countries and their local firms are already proving that blockchain use in gov’t and enterprise applications is revolutionary. Who’s next?
Dr. Craig Wright will speak about BSV and its role in the IoT, focusing on the impact of IPv6—the next iteration of the Internet that aims to make digital communications faster and more secure.
Dr. Craig Wright will open the summit in Dublin with a keynote presentation on June 20, alongside Latif Ladid, the founder and president of IPv6 Forum.
Dr. Craig S. Wright and Xiaohui Liu continue the masterclass series with a lesson on using Bitcoin transactions to control internet of things (IoT) devices that may not have a lot of computing power to verify things by themselves.
Dr. Walter Wang is all about "tangible" applications that live on the Bitcoin blockchain, as he explains in this week’s The Bitcoin Bridge.
Transmira and Kognition will collaborate as part of a consortium of XR companies to develop and implement state-of-the-art technology and vanguard best practices to create the next generation of smart cities and intelligent architecture.
The explosion of data sped up the transformation into a connected world as more information was available for collection and analysis than ever before, Jacob Rozen writes.
Elon Musk has announced that Tesla bought 1.5 billion dollars’ worth of BTC which he intends to do nothing with so that it will lose velocity on the company books for the foreseeable future.
Bitcoin BSV is the blockchain for big data and enterprise, and people in the know say we'll be hearing a lot more about this in 2021.
Publishing traffic logs to the Bitcoin blockchain could help sysadmins share information to keep their networks more secure, says MetaStreme founder Paul Chiari.
Jordan Atkins sits down with GeoSpock CEO Richard Baker to talk about GeoSpock, extreme data, future economies and where nChain fits into their vision for the future.