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.
A recent World Economic Forum report emphasises that blockchain will never be truly secure until companies implement appropriate cybersecurity measures.
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.
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?
Blockchain is a distributed ledger. Wearable technologies are smart devices. They don’t seem like they should go together, but they do.
Right now, we are in the midst of Industry 4.0. It will change the way we interact and communicate with one another on a global scale.
The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, Davos, drew to a close recently. There was a lot of – surprisingly positive – things to say about blockchain.
With global cooperation, blockchain has the potential to revolutionise the way globalisation targets the marginalised of society.
The multitudes of different blockchain protocols make it difficult to choose the ‘best’ one. Which poses the question: why choose?