Counterfeiting is a big issue for pharmaceutical supply chains, who face legislative measures to stop it from happening. Blockchain can help.
Given that blockchain now features heavily in any discussion about cybersecurity, it is unsurprising that military organizations across the world are taking an interest. Secure communication is one example of…
An Aboriginal community in rural Australia. A diamond dealer in Antwerp, Belgium. A used car salesman in the UK. A pharmaceutical company headquartered in Switzerland. What could they possibly all…
CEEK is a company that primarily focuses on building AR/VR headsets that recently raised 22K ETH in a 2018 ICO to explore a tokenized component for musicians to create virtual worlds…
While most organizations still rely upon centralized business models, decentralized blockchain business models are becoming increasingly popular.
Just when you thought you could handle your grandma with a cell phone, now she’s busy setting up an ether wallet and buying cryptocurrency for retirees.
It’s easy to see how blockchain technology applies to cryptocurrency. Don’t overlook the potential benefits blockchain has on IT infrastructure.
As the world scrambles to find cryptocurrency applications in any industries you can possibly imagine, healthcare has naturally been one of the active areas of exploration. The healthcare industry is renowned for being slow at adopting new technologies.
Blockchain real estate transactions, records, and marketplaces could radically change the way we think about property. Read about exactly how here.