For the UN International Day of Peace on Friday, we explore where conflict is most prevalent and how technology could, in fact, help eliminate it.
Blockchain could tokenize electricity to save costs, protect the environment and to allow people to source their own power.
Gold mining has gained attention as the value of gold has gradually improved. But are our ethical, sustainable and governance standards up to scratch?
Blockchain could be the answer to the cannabis industry’s growth issues, through supply chain tracking, enforcing usage and buying laws, as well as banking.
Despite popularity, there are still limited regulations surrounding blockchain’s use. Could increasing regulation actually encourage people to adopt it?
The aged care sector is one of the biggest opportunities for new technology, to give ageing persons a better standard of living.
The problem with gold forgery goes further than you might think. ‘Dirty gold’ is overtaking the market, mined by child labourers and inherently unethical.
Healthcare has a myriad of potential implementations of blockchain technology. But where exactly is the best opportunity for blockchain in medical?
The prevalence of poor reporting and treatment in aged care demands a solution. Could technology be that solution?