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IBM Blockchain Pursues Open Research, Security

IBM Blockchain Projects Target Open Research, Security

Hot on the blockchain patenting trail, IBM’s latest patent, this time coming out of its Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York, appears to signal a new pursuit of “open scientific research”. First filed in December 2017, the patent for “Blockchain for Open Scientific Research” claims that blockchain can aid the process of scientific research by tracking research and …


Taiwan Firms Laud Success of World’s First Aviation Tourism Blockchain Project

Taiwan Firms Laud Success of Worlds First Aviation Tourism Blockchain Project

The Two Taiwanese companies who partnered to launch the world’s first aviation tourism blockchain project have praised the outcomes of their attempts so far to tokenize the travel industry. Huafu Enterprise Holdings Limited and Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT) have published a press release outlining their successes since launching the cooperative project earlier this year. At the end of March, …


Blockchain Birds Are Coming This Thanksgiving, Complete With ID

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This Thanksgiving, 600,000 turkeys in the US are being delivered with a difference, as blockchain technology lends a hand. Americans eat an estimated six billion pounds of turkey meat each year according to the US National Turkey Federation. Thanks to the Honeysuckle White Traceability Program, some of the 45 million Turkeys eaten this Thanksgiving, and a further 22 million consumed …


Saudi University’s New Blockchain Lab To Examine Tokenized Services

Saudi University's New Blockchain Lab To Examine Tokenized Services

New York-based blockchain tech company Blocktech is moving into academia, announcing a new partnership with a Saudi university. Blockchain labs are becoming increasingly more prevalent in the industry for research, as a backbone to a sound strategy of strong blockchain development. Also, many academics with both a business and technology background based at American universities have been praising blockchain technology …


Google CEO’s 11-Year-Old Mines Ether at Home

Google CEO's 11 Year Old Mines Ether At Home

It seems like Google’s boss has a son with secret designs on the crypto world after telling his dad that he was mining Ether at home. It appears that Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai’s 11-year-old son has his father’s entrepreneurial gene. Speaking at the New York Times DealBook conference last week he let slip that his son used the family computer to …


Siemens Invests $681 Million in Blockchain and Fintech City

Siemens Invests $681 Million in Blockchain and Fintech City

The largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe, AG Siemens, has announced that it will invest USD 681 million into a center for the study and development of blockchain, artificial intelligence, and other innovative technologies. The German giant has planned to use Berlin as the site for what it will call SiemensStadt (Siemens City) on a 70 hectares site in an …


Singapore Token Day Puts Crypto Center Stage on Bitcoin’s 10th Birthday

Singapore Token Day Puts Crypto Center Stage on Bitcoin's 10th Birthday

Singapore Token Day celebrated Bitcoin’s 10th anniversary with its own event to promote cryptocurrency and blockchain adoption on the South East Asian peninsula. The organizers promised that Singapore Token Day would be a national event lasting over two weeks between 31 October to 18 November, with a view to informing the uninitiated about all things cryptocurrency. The hope is that …


Dubai Gets First Government-Endorsed Blockchain Platform

Dubai Gets First Government-Endorsed Blockchain Platform

IBM has launched yet another blockchain solution to its rapidly expanding range of applications, this time with Emirates company Smart Dubai. The Dubai government has got behind Smart Dubai and IBM’s “Dubai Blockchain Platform”, endorsing it as the first of its kind, not only in the UAE but in the whole of the Middle East. The newly-launched blockchain platform will enable …


French College Opens Up Tuition Payments to Bitcoin

French College Opens Up Tuition Payments to Bitcoin

A French business school has announced that its foreign students will now able to pay their course fees using Bitcoin. The Financia Business School in Paris, which includes master classes in fintech and blockchain technology on its curriculum, has included Bitcoin as a payment method to serve its 25% foreign enrolment. The college, which also offers bachelor’s and MBA qualifications, has …


Israeli Startups Head over Heels with Blockchain, Acknowledge Learning Process

Israeli Startups Head over Heels with Blockchain, Acknowledge Learning Process

The Israeli Blockchain Association (IBA) has announced in a press release that there are now 200 DLT-related startups in the country, but that there is still more to be done. Israel has been slow to embrace cryptocurrency as part of an expanding fintech industry in the country, particularly given the country’s geographical position on the fringes of Europe. Recently, however, …


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