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April 20, 2019
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In a report by Reuters on April 17, the venture capital investments have so far raised $850 million for the startups of blockchain and cryptocurrency in 2019. This figure included resources from corporate enterprises as well. As a matter of fact, a whopping $6.5 million worth of investments into crypto startups, as well as blockchain,...
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Unspoken Side of Blockchain in Food and Beverages... - Coinspeaker
Trust is fragile and highly rated these days, especially with all new technological innovations and inventions that make the world a digital market. Once a mistake or breach has occurred in an industry sector, repairing the lost trust or data becomes twice as difficult as it was the first time to build that trust. The...
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New Taipei City Mayor, Hou Yu-Ih to address World Blockchain Summit this April
17 hours ago | WBS TeamPress Release Friday, 12 April 2019, New Taipei City (Taiwan): Since the establishment of the first local government-led incubation centre, InnoSquare in 2014 and first seed accelerator, Taiwan Accelerator (TA) in 2016, the Taiwanese government has been doubling its efforts to actively support initiatives that can enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem...
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Yosemite X uses blockchain tech to shorten payments trip - Bankless Times
Thanks to blockchain technology, Yosemite X has Visa and MasterCard in its crosshairs, business operations manager Bryan Jin said. The Palo Alto-based fintech company’s newest release, the Yosemite Card, looks to take a large bite out of the credit card companies’ estimated $55.4 billion annual take in processing fees. Merchants will be charged .1 percent...
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Blockchain may be the solution to a supply chain problem first identified almost 30 years ago. Digger Ajeje Mode Mahenga Image: Fiona Lloyd-Davies Mining is a $600 billion industry. There are large-scale mines run by international corporations, as well as small-scale and artisanal mining done by individuals. “Conflict” minerals are raw materials mined by warlords...
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Keeping public health ahead of epidemics with blockchain By Stephanie Kanowitz Apr 19, 2019 The Food and Drug Administration is looking at the role blockchain can play in sharing health care data securely and effectively. Its Real-Time Application for Portable Interactive Devices (RAPID) is a cloud-based, customizable blockchain system designed to protect data and patients...
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Growing demand for blockchain in Argentina - Andes Times
According to recent reporting on Argentina Reports, there is a growing demand for blockchain and cryptocurrencies in Argentina. Increasingly there is greater interest in blockchain from the public, with the government this past month announcing a partnership to invest in blockchain startups. Wrote CoinDesk, “The government of Argentina is set to invest in early-stage blockchain startups backed...
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In future, everything physically existing in Italy will be changed into data which will be connected together by the use of innovative technologies such as AI, blockchain, IoT and big data.
Apr 19, 2019 at 12:15 // News Blockchain technology, crypto, the internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) projects are among the major focuses of the Italian government since they are expected to play a big role in transforming the social, economic and political positions of the country. Innovative developments in these fields are...
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