Paul Parker from SolarWinds argues that where blockchain is concerned, success in government procurement requires more than just investment.
Blockchain has been said to have the power to change the financial world, offering efficiency, transparency and security, however, it also has its many other uses to industries outside of finance, for example, the transport industry
Kevin Jenkins, the former Managing Director of Visa has joined the board of blockchain payments and identity brand Nuggets. In a major coup for the fast-growing British company, Jenkins has signed on as a Non-Executive Director
A Dubai-based international court dealing with civil and commercial disputes in the financial industry is planning to launch the world's first blockchain court
During the Hybrid Summit 2018 in Bangkok, software providers HEX Innovation launched a blockchain platform enabled service to be used by the medical sectors.
Google has banned all cryptocurrency miners from their play store, however apps that manage mining hardware are permitted.
Blockchain technology is being looked at in terms of solving fragmented supply chain management and logistics around the world.
Maltese authorities have revamped three amendments into law to create a legal framework to use Blockchain for business.
Data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) suggests that Europe will become the second largest investor in blockchain technologies, with blockchain spending expected to soar to $3.5 billion.
Jonny Voon, Innovation Lead – IoT & Distributed Ledger at Innovate UK shares a compelling perspective on the transformative nature that blockchain could have on the public sector
Dr. Paolo Tasca and Professor Tomaso Aste from the UCL Centre for Blockchain in London, share their expert views on crypto assets and the regulator’s role in this vein
Eva Kaili, MEP, Rapporteur of the European Parliament of the Blockchain Resolution, explains her thoughts on blockchain technology in the European Union today
In May this year, New York held the largest Blockchain conference yet – Consensus 2018. Here are a personal set of perspectives about the event which should get you scratching your head about blockchain from Simon Kavanagh, Head of Innovation and Design in Healthcare, Welfare and Education at Tieto
DataArt's Denis Baranov discusses how blockchain is likely to have a significant impact on the future of healthcare
Michael Winterson, MD of Managed Services at global interconnection and data centre company, Equinix, provides his insight on blockchain for smart cities in the Open Access Government article
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