Posted onOctober 20, 2017|Comments Off on Can Central Banks Create Their Own Cryptocurrency?
As Bitcoin and Ethereum continue to gain traction and value in society, it will only be a matter of time before governments, with a vested interest to gain controls over and regulate such currencies, consider creating their own cryptocurrency. But can that realistically work? Continue reading →
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J.P. Morgan Chase & Co said on Monday it launched a new payment processing network that uses blockchain technology, in partnership with Royal Bank of Canada and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group. Continue reading →
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Posted onJune 20, 2017|Comments Off on How Blockchain Could Help Tech Giant Cisco Reboot
As reported by Michael del Castillo for Coindesk on
Cisco is changing. The technology firm best known as the supplier of enterprise computer hardware has seen a slow, steady decline in revenue from some of its core products. As a result of an increasing number technological services being virtualized, and the storage of information moving to the cloud, the $158bn firm has been restructuring and exploring new ways to capitalize on connected devices. Continue reading →
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Posted onJune 20, 2017|Comments Off on AIG Issues First Insurance Policy Based on Blockchain Technology
As published by Anthony Coggine for CoinTelegraph on June 19, 2017
American International Group, also known as AIG, has recently announced its issuance of Blockchain-based insurance policy. The insurance giant pilots the first multinational smart contract based insurance policy using Blockchain in partnership with Standard Chartered Bank and IBM. Continue reading →
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