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Spain to create a blockchain to develop forestry

The Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food is going to adopt blockchain technology to develop forestry. ChainWood, the organization that is working to develop the distributed ledger, aims to improve the efficiency and traceability of Spanish wood supply by…

Video Games to boost Blockchain adoption

Recently,  a growing number of new video games are being developed thanks to Blockchain-based systems. The daily use of those digital games is helping users to familiarise with how distributed ledgers and cryptocurenncies work. Read more and discover how video…

Developing a Blockchain-based system for onboarding bank clients

Niuron, major Spanish banking consortium, announced they are working on a Blockchain platform made for client digital identification verification. Read more and discover how it will improve the speed of operations, reduce fraud, and prevent money laundering. https://cointelegraph.com/news/spanish-bank-group-to-develop-blockchain-platform-to-identify-clients

AI and Blockchain are made for each other

AI fosters centralized intelligence on close data platforms, Blockchain promotes decentralized applications in an open-data environment. For the above reasone they can significantly cooperate. Read more and learn why Blockchain and AI are the two extreme sides of the technology…

Reshaping the Future of Entertainment

Blockchain Technology can significantly transform the Entertainment Industry as it is now. The way music will be distributed, how tickets are sold and the way advertising will be managed might have a boost thanks to the capabilities of Blockchain. Read…

Facebook exploring Blockchain Technology

The world’s global leading social network established an internal task force, lead by David Marcus, to analyse and evaluate the adoption of Blockchain techology. There is still uncertainty about the possible application Facebook wants to explore but data protection and…

Top Automakers form Blockchain Consortium

Four of the world’s largest car makers — BMW, General Motors, Ford, and Renault—announced on May 2, 2018, they will form a group to explore the potential of blockchain in the automotive industry. These companies will be working together to…

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