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Stanford Team Designs Findora Platform to Decentralize the Financial System

Findora ensures data privacy, regulatory compliance, and full scalability A team of entrepreneurs and academics has unveiled the development of Findora, a cryptographically transparent public blockchain for building financial applications. Findora’s leadership team is comprised of experienced entrepreneurs and Stanford academics, including Charles Lu, Ben Fisch, Benedikt Bünz, and John

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UN Veteran joins Not for Profit Grant Making Platform Social Alpha Foundation as Advisor

Yoshi Yamamoto, Former Special Advisor for UN Engagement and Blockchain Technology, and Joseph Thompson, CEO and Co-Founder of AID:Tech, join not-for-profit grant making platform using blockchain for social good Social Alpha Foundation (SAF), the not-for-profit, grant-making platform which provides no-strings funding to companies and projects utilising blockchain for social impact,

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Reviews, Smart Home

Best Smart Home Systems of 2019 – Tech, Gadgets, Devices

The Internet of Things is growing exponentially. McKinsey predicts that there will be between 20 to 30 billion connected devices by 2020. So, before you have to deal with Siri in your toaster or use a smartphone for your lightbulbs (wait, that’s already happening), we thought it was a good

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Dutch Concept is Paving the Way for Sustainable Telecom – Fully Offset your Mobile Phone Purchase

A few years ago, an Amsterdam based social enterprise came up with the idea to ‘compensate’ the raw material footprint of a phone. Today it was announced that the whole Dutch government and market leader Samsung are adopting the offsetting method developed by Closing the Loop. This method allows the

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Blockchain

The 5 Projects Pushing Forward Mainstream Blockchain Adoption

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’

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