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New project to make cryptocurrency transfers more secure

A new project called Beam has been launched with the aim of improving cryptocurrency security and transparency. The project is centered around the word ‘confidentiality’.

Q&A: New blockchain solutions for real estate Special

Blockchain is set to disrupt real; estate in 2019. Jointer’s CEO & Founder, Jude Regev offers insight on blockchain solutions for real estate property owners and investors and what the future holds for tokenization solutions.

Major security gaps in cryptocurrency exchanges

Research conducted by Dr. Vidy Potdar has found that nearly every exchange has massive security flaws in both their password protocols and their HTTP security protocols.

Will 2019 finally see the rise of blockchain?

Blockchain offers many advantages for businesses, including greater transparency and a reduction in counterfeiting across the supply chain. So far, take-up has been slow. Will 2019 change this?

Blockchain can reduce supply chain risks

In the world of modern businesses, supply chains are becoming increasingly complex and such complexity increases as supply chains cross multiple countries and involve multiple interfaces with third parties. To address this, many are turning to blockchain.

New blockchain platform for autonomous vehicles

Blockchain can assess with the operation of automated vehicles, helping to assess vehicle diagnostics and to gather environmental information, aimed at improving reliability and safety. A new blockchain solution has been announced.

How secure will blockchain be in the world of quantum computers?

According to researchers from the Russian Quantum Center, Moscow, cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology will be vulnerable in the future unless they integrate quantum technologies.

Why technology companies are interested in the cannabis industry

Now that, in many countries, cannabis is becoming big business, technology companies are offering technological solutions, from machine learning to improve cultivation to blockchain to ensure transparent transactions.

Q&A: How blockchain can help scientists Special

Blockchain, as with other sectors, has the potential to transform science, from publishing to seeking research grants. As an example of this potential, DEIP is a new blockchain-based research platform for scientists.

Q&A: Why blockchain is the wave of the future Special

Blockchain represents the future direction for most businesses, according to Shidan Gouran of the firm Global Blockchain Technologies. He tells Digital Journal why blockchain is an ideal solution for businesses.

Blockchain can assist with humanitarian action

A new review article finds that blockchain technology is gradually entering the fields of humanitarian and development aid. This brings with it both advantages and risks.

A congestion free future will require blockchain

For many analysts the keys to a congestion free future are a combination of autonomous vehicles and blockchain technology. A new challenge has been laid down by an industry grouping for startups to help fashion this space.

Blockchain for manufacturing to hit $566 million by 2025

A new review indicates that blockchain for manufacturing is likely to show considerable growth over the next seven years, rising to $566.2 million. The biggest regions of growth will be in the U.S. and China.

If you’re at IoT World Congress you’ll want to read this

Planning to attend IoT World Congress 2018, in Barcelona? Good choice. It’s a unique opportunity to learn from IoT experts, network with industry pros, and experience some of the newest IoT solutions first-hand.

Q&A: Blockchain provides financial access to the unbanked Special

Boston based Airfox is a new service designed to provide financial access to unbanked individuals in Brazil. Digital Journal spoke with CEO and co-founder Victor Santos to discover more.

Q&A: Blockchain to cause further disruption of financial services Special

Blockchain is starting to have a huge impact on finance, with the potential of offering a more efficient, more transparent, more secure financial marketplace. The path towards this will be rocky. A leading expert — Victor Santos — provides analysis.

Q&A: New blockchain for water treatment solutions Special

The drivers for improving a country’s water system can be progressed through the use of tokens, according to the company behind WaterChain’, a new cryptocurrency to fund the necessary new tranche of smaller, decentralized water treatment systems.

Q&A: How millennials can take advantage of cryptocurrency Special

Cryptocurrency has undergone an extensive revolution, and its capabilities stretch far beyond bitcoin. Millennials are fueling this trend, and, according to Riggs Eckelberry, the potential for its uses in the future is endless.

Walmart to place food products onto blockchain

Walmart and its membership-only retail warehouse Sam’s Club will require leafy greens suppliers to implement real-time, farm-to-store tracking systems using blockchain technology.

Q&A: Blockchain makes waves in real-estate Special

Camber Creek is aiming to help start-up companies that have created technology that can improve the real estate industry by investing in them and helping them into the space. This includes innovations in blockchain.

Q&A: Blockchain can transform business supply chains Special

Blockchain is becoming increasingly important for businesses, especially those which distribute goods across complex supply networks. A leading authority on blockchain technology for business explains more.

Protecting medical records with blockchain

Medical records are an important feature of patient health review. As the information is sensitive, control of data is critical. Some providers are issuing apps to help to maintain and protect records, based on blockchain.

Blockchain is set to reshape recruitment: Interview Special

Job.com has partnered with Company.com to develop blockchain-powered recruitment services. The aim is to take the cost recruiters out of the recruitment process by effectively paying users to handle their own recruitment.

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.

Energy-intensive Bitcoin transactions impact the environment

A new study has found that energy-intensive Bitcoin transactions pose a growing environmental threat. The research calls for greater investment in 'green' blockchain technology.

Distributed Manufacturing: Next in line for blockchain innovation

The following article is sponsored by Cognizant. Blockchain has already disrupted business processes in the financial sector, and is poised to impact companies across industries.

PwC survey reports adoption of blockchain technology is stalling

Regulation is proving to be the biggest sticking point in the deployment of blockchain solutions for businesses globally, with 84 percent of executives surveyed saying their companies are "actively involved" with the technology.

Bringing blockchain to real estate: Q&A Special

Imbrex is an Ethereum blockchain based real estate marketplace. The aim is to open communication channels between the world’s real estate networks creating an environment akin to a global Multiple Listing Service (MLS).

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.

First open smart speaker Volareo to launch, backed by blockchain

Volareo is the first open source smart speaker that is backed by blockchain technology. It is expected to officially launch in six days.
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