Blockchain might have a reputation as a villain, but it could actually help manage environmental damage. With Earth Day coming up soon, we look at how.
Blockchain’s potential within supply chains is renowned. However, it has uses that many haven’t considered: specifically, within the circular economy.
New technologies will change the way we work, but Australia must make some digital changes to be put ahead of the future of production.
A recent World Economic Forum report emphasises that blockchain will never be truly secure until companies implement appropriate cybersecurity measures.
We’re always hearing about how automation and artificial intelligence are changing mining. But there are other technologies changing the mining sector.
You’ve probably read claims before that ‘blockchain is going to save the world.’ Certainly, they seem a bit inflated – and that’s because they are.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution drives technological innovation, it makes sense that the mining sector is also becoming smart.
While it might seem like the future of production is merely us being replaced by robots, the reality is a lot more mundane. In a good way.
By now, you’ve probably read a lot of articles either with blockchain – or against it. It certainly seems like there’s a myriad of reasons not to use blockchain. But what’s the truth?