Blockchain technology has the potential to upend the credit card, banking, manufacturing, and voting industries.
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VAKT Global has launched a secure, real-time blockchain-based digital platform for the trading of commodities.
China's new regulations require users to register for blockchain services using their real names and government IDs in an effort to discourage anonymity.
The organization has hired the Commonwealth Bank of Australia as the sole arranger of the bond expected to raise as much as US $73 million.
The three bills were enacted into law today making the country the first in the world to have a comprehensive legal framework for blockchain.
Stanford University has launched The Center for Blockchain Research. The center will conduct research and develop courses on the emerging technology.
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From cryptocurrencies to shipping, blockchain technologies have potential to revolutionize industries around the world. It’s also one of the most secure systems ever created. This section uncovers the uses of blockchain technology and the potential it holds.