Banking is a sector that demands blockchain. As money moves increasingly digital, it needs security, privacy and transparency.
We look at the difference between blockchain technology and cryptocurrency and why they shouldn’t be confused with one another.
Davos 2020 saw surprising optimism and interest into blockchain technology, from a global consortium to cryptocurrency guidelines for central banks.
Since cryptocurrency’s inception, many traditional banks have felt threatened by its presence. But what if they didn’t have to be enemies?
Blockchain’s potential is becoming gradually more recognised in society. Yet real-life implementations are ostensibly hard to find.
Facebook officially unveiled their cryptocurrency recently. There has been significant scepticism and hype. But what does Libra really mean for blockchain?
Is Facebook cryptocurrency a good idea? If it’s successful, will it give cryptocurrency a good name, and ensure it benefits all?
Exchanging information and data between blockchains. Many say that it’s a necessity for the future. But is interoperability as important as it’s made out to be?
After a crash that lasted several months, cryptocurrency finally seems to be getting back on its feet. But to blockchain, it makes little difference.