Google search data has revealed that there is currently more interest in blockchain technology than there is in cryptocurrency.
Malta’s government has unveiled plans for a new tech project following its success with Blockchain Island.
Bitcoin is still at the stage of being an “intellectual experiment” and could still fail, says Xapo founder Wences Casares.
Littlstar Media, a company whose investors include Disney and Sony, has announced its new blockchain-based platform, Ara.
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Online identity management service Bloom has claimed that Facebook banned its ads on the service despite not selling financial products, indicating that it could be because its service conflicts with the social media platform’s own.
Cryptocurrencies are the future of money, says deVere CEO Nigel Green, and traditionalists need to accept this or be relegated to the past.
IBM and Smart Dubai have announced the first government-endorsed blockchain platform-as-a-service in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Twenty-five representatives from the growing stablecoin industry have come together for a new global alliance following an event earlier this month.
Most central banks see little benefit from blockchain during trials, it seems.
A school in Paris has begun teaching blockchain to its students, and accepts Bitcoin as payment for tuition fees.