The public perception that surrounds cryptocurrency is shrouded in tales (in many cases, fables) of people who have struck digital gold. On the flip side, scammy ICOs also draw media attention and, subsequently, shape a skeptical view of the crypto landscape as a whole. What a lot of people outside
Dusk Foundation launches Dusk Network, the decentralized communication infrastructure that enables the secure transmission of data between peers using the platform’s privacy-based cryptocurrency Dusk Foundation, the not-for-profit blockchain research organization, is announcing the launch of Dusk Network, its decentralized infrastructure and communication network that secures anonymous data sharing among peers.
Blockchain is undoubtedly far more mainstream than it was a few years ago. There were fewer than 5 million blockchain wallet users during the first quarter of 2015, but that figure skyrocketed to over 25 million by early 2018. Forbes reporter Michael del Castillo recently pointed out that in Forbes’
BitRewards, the blockchain-based rewards and loyalty system for e-commerce businesses, announces a partnership with OSA Decentralized — an AI-driven blockchain platform that collects and analyzes data from retailers, manufacturers, consumers, and open data sources in real-time. The pursued strategy will help both companies to shape the future of the retail
The OEL Foundation is a Hong Kong-based non-profit organization that aims to remove the dependency on paper records in the supply chain by using the blockchain in its open source enterprise architecture. The organization will utilize the properties of the blockchain to help make disputes a thing of the past
How do you explain blockchain to your grandmother? Long story short: it depends on your grandmother. If your grandma worked with Grace Hopper (who invented the code compiler in 1952), you better assume she has a handle on computer science and programming. If she’s someone like Radia Perlman (who invented