Stig Østergaard Nielsen from the Nordic Blockchain Association argues that blockchain can benefit public services and modernise bureaucracies
University of Hull, School of Politics, Philosophy and International Studies, Graduate Student, Tom Jones, asks if blockchain technology might provide a boost to post-Brexit farming.
Phillip Nunn comments on how he believes that blockchain technology will transform more than just the financial sector
Distributed and open technologies are bringing new business models, personalisation, prediction, motivation, collaboration and trust in healthcare, in the view of Sari Stenfors from the ReCon Blockchain Research Project, at Aalto University in Finland
Tomaso Aste and Geoff Goodell from University College London’s Centre for Blockchain Technologies share their views on why blockchain technology is for the public good and about the fundamental design constraints and digital identity protocols in a human rights context
Ahead of an impending European initiative and the adoption of a European Public Blockchain Partnership, delegates are to meet in Brussels, Belgium, today (10 April) to discuss embracing technological development
Smart Dubai Office lifts the lid on the role blockchain technology plays in Dubai, in this revealing interview
The energy industry is becoming increasingly invested in blockchain and 2018 is expected to bring many new developments
Carrefour will roll out its food blockchain to eight more animal and vegetable products before the end of 2018
NnBu Holdings has developed a blockchain medical device to help deliver healthy outcomes for babies born by C-section
The expansion and utility of blockchain technology has paved the way for gamers to play an old kind of game but in a new way
Concierge.io claims its blockchain booking system would eradicate commission fees for vendors, while also allowing them to interact directly with customers
Rising blockchain technology could be a game changer for legal marijuana, according to small-cap cannabis stock Emerald Health Therapeutics
Microsoft has announced plans to use blockchain technology to create a decentralised identity system making it easier for consumers to self-control their customer data.
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European Union will increase its blockchain funding from 83 million EUR to 340 million EUR by 2020
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Originally set up for cryptocurrency usage such as Bitcoin, blockchain technology is now being looked at to aid other industries
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Technology that powers blockchain could transform healthcare by upgrading its systems, making it affordable and putting patient care first
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