As we face concern surrounding end-to-end data transmission, companies need to take interest in how to make the data they deal with secure.
As 2020 progresses, there are a variety of digital trends that are coming to the forefront, from ethical to financial tech.
Blockchain has become more recognised for its ability to secure data. What is it about blockchain that makes it better at recording data?
Technologies need to provide one thing: trust. However, most platforms we use nowadays lack that trust, for both consumers and businesses.
After the onset of COVID-19, companies, employees, and consumers have been pushed, headfirst, into digital transformation.
Blockchain’s name has been hyped up and looked down upon over the past ten years. Now, it’s beginning to make its value known.
To many, the word ‘blockchain’ still means ‘Bitcoin’ or ‘cryptocurrency.’ Yet where blockchain excels is in tracking of physical assets.
Blockchain could transform the future of fuel in mining. With machine learning, IoT and blockchain, we can revolutionise the fuel tracking industry.