Jonas Lundqvist, CEO of Haidrun, puts the case for permissioned private blockchains.
In partnership with Tokns, Team GB is the first Olympic team to launch its own NFTs.
Smallholder coffee and cocoa farmers use IBM Food Trust blockchain technology and powerful AI in IBM Watson Decision Platform for Agriculture to improve farm-level decision-making and speed up transactions.
Entrepreneur Krissy Mashinsky has launched usastrong.IO. Top Business Tech takes a closer look.
Polys, a blockchain-based voting platform from the Kaspersky Innovation Hub, has been enhanced with new voting methods to seamlessly support common customer requests. The platform was also updated with new features for organisers that make election administration and orchestration easier.
Taurus and Temenos join forces to help banks seamlessly integrate all forms of digital assets across cryptocurrencies, tokenized assets and digital currencies
In this week’s Founder Feature, partnered with the Super Connect Series powered by Empact Ventures, we are talking to the ambitious serial entrepreneur and founder of Cudo, Matt Hawkins.
From big data to Blockchain technology, let’s take a look at the innovations that we can expect to see in the world of fashion over the coming years
Steve Madincea, Managing Partner at Fantastec, reveals the ways technology is able to boost the reputation and awareness of women’s football post-pandemic.
London may be one of the most preferred hubs for blockchain start-ups to headquarter themselves.
Mick Bradley, VP EMEA at Arcserve, looks at the changing shape of business continuity and disaster recovery in 2020
Nuke Goldstein, CTO of Celsius Network, writes about blockchain’s potential to unseat traditional, centralised services
Launching in Bangladesh to begin with, Finney is a blockchain-enabled smartphone with a second screen. Is this the advent of a brand new Web 3.0 world?
Over 180 people on Kickstarter have backed Elk, a development board for blockchain that combines Arduino with native support for decentralised networks.
Blockchain is favoured by many for its transparency and decentralisation. Could it be a legitimate option to build a more secure brand of social network?
“We lived on farms, then we lived in cities and now we’re going to live on the internet,” was a premonition from a movie about Facebook. Is it coming true?
Supermarkets are more used to multi-buy offers and deli discounts when it comes to driving sales, rather than employing a blockchain project manager.
Did you know it’s possible to earn $32,000 by finding flaws in crypto platforms? This isn’t a scam though: white hat hackers were employed to fix these issues.
Your online data isn’t safe. That’s what some experts say, following high-profile data leaks in the last few years. So…