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New blockchain data network boosts manufacturing

A new proposal has been made for the development of a public, open-source network based on blockchains in order to share verifiable manufacturing data.

New shipping solution based on blockchain

Technology giant IBM has teamed up with the integrated transport and logistics company Maersk for a new blockchain shipping solution.

Advantages of blockchain for science and technology: Q&A Special

Munich - The scientific process is one that is open and transparent so that nothing has to be taken on trust. This makes science a compatible fit with blockchain, a a way of trustlessly recording data. Dr. Axel Schumacher of Shivom explains more.

New alliance for blockchain and supply chain

Supply chains globally are undergoing reforms, using blockchain and supply chain technologies. This has led to the formation of the 'Trusted IoT Alliance', plus various technological advancements.

Kenya uses blockchain to tackle land fraud

Nairobi - In order to counter dubious land transactions, such as dual ownership, African-based startups are testing out blockchain technology in order to provide a more transparent and auditable process.

Interview: Health technology can transform healthcare industry Special

The company Health2047 is working in partnership with the American Medical Association to use technology to solve some of the biggest challenges in healthcare. Dr. Jack Stockert tells Digital Journal how this works.

Why the 'Blockchain Professor' Giaglis joins new ICO: Interview Special

Athens - Professor George Giaglis has been involved with Blockchain since 2011. He is the scientific coordinator of the world's first open online course on crypto-currencies. Professor Giaglis spoke with Digital Journal on the subject and about his new venture.

Smart speaker pays musicians by claps

In the era of music streaming may artists feel they are under-rewarded in terms of music royalties, at least compared to days when CD sales were higher. A new smart speaker aims to address this.

Designing custom and state of the art blockchain: Interview Special

ExeBlock Technology Corp. develop blockchain programming for both companies and themselves. Shortly company intends to launch their first decentralized app (Dapp) called EXE 50/50 which is a white label solution for 50/50 draws.

Interview: ICO HeadStart, the fundraising platform for ICOs Special

ICO HeadStart, serves as a fundraising platform for ICOs, and provides a screening service so that only trustworthy ICOs are presented. How will this work in practice? Nawid Habib, ICO HeadStart Founder, explains.

Interview: Blockchain database for decentralized applications Special

FlureeDB is a new scalable blockchain database for decentralized applications that combines the interoperability and features of traditional databases with multiple-consensus blockchain technology. Company CEO Brian Platz explains more.

How blockchain can help the car sales market: Interview Special

Blockchain provides opportunities for streamlining the approach to relationships in the auto sales, auto repair, auto insurance and auto finance industries. To discover more we spoke with the company CarFix.

F. Scott Fitzgerald's handwritten ledger goes online

Columbia - The handwritten records of F. Scott Fitzgerald's life and career have been put online by the University of South Carolina , and consequently made available for public viewing.

NY Coroner Report: Ledger died of prescription drug abuse

New York City medical examiner office released their report today and said Hollywood actor Heath Ledger died because of accidental prescription drug abuse. The various drugs he took at the same time produced a toxic effect leading to his death.

Op-Ed: Westboro starts godhatesaustralia site

The epitome of good taste, The Westboro Baptist Church, has started a site in keeping with their decorative godhatesfags and godhatesamerica sites. This is because Heath Ledger played a homosexual in a movie.

Ledger Autopsy Inconclusive

Actor Heath Ledger’s autopsy today is inconclusive. His family and the grieving public will have to wait 10 to 14 more days to find out how the Brokeback Mountain star died. However, the autopsy does offer clues about the cause of death.

Heath Ledger Dead at 28

It is being reported on several television stations that Heath Ledger, the actor most well-known for his staring role in Brokeback Mountain, was found dead this afternoon in his New York City apartment.
 

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