Blockchain

Elrond’s Push to Be The Next Scalable Proof-of-Stake Public Blockchain

A wave of cryptocurrency platforms are either transitioning to proof-of-stake (i.e., Ethereum) or are launching from scratch in the hopes of gathering the attention of users, developers, and other blockchains — a foray into interoperability. Platforms like Cosmos recently launched to much fanfare, while the mainnets of Polkadot and Cardano

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Evedo IEO – The Blockchain Ecosystem for Events Cutting Out the Middleman

There’s big money in tickets. Major start-ups like Viagogo, Ticketmaster and StubHub have emerged to make big bucks by simply selling tickets to live events. With the ever-increasing need for live entertainment including sports events and music-loving festivals, the new generation of millennials will always be seeking out the latest

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Blockchain

6 Female Entrepreneurs in Blockchain – International Women’s Day 2019

This Friday, 8th March will mark International Women’s Day — a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, while also marking a call to action for accelerating gender balance. While there is still a lack of women in technology across the board, blockchain is one

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Blockchain

Three Ways to Reduce the Cost of Blockchain Implementation in Your Business

As the crypto ecosystem experiences its first prolonged downturn since it exploded into the public consciousness in 2017, its underlying technology, the blockchain, is becoming more expansive than ever. By practically every measurement – R&D, implementation, and interest – blockchain technology is not only the infrastructure of tomorrow; it’s the

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Blockchain

Is Blockchain the Answer Governments Need for the Renewable Energy Question?

One of the top concerns across the globe is the impending trouble associated with climate change in the future. Pew Research found that a global median of 54% of citizens around the world believe climate change to be a “very serious problem.” Even in the United States, where the topic

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