Bitcoin Org refused to give in to Craig Wright’s demand to take down the iconic whitepaper, NHS using DLT to track vaccine temperatures – these and many more in this week’s newsletter.
Humanitarian aid requires governments and private organizations to join hands. Blockchain can play an active role in driving this collaboration. Additionally, Blockchain can address various challenges faced by the refugees for receiving the much needed help.
The OCC has issued a letter that further pushes the US banks in the direction of crypto. What does the OCC letter means to Blockchain? What is the impact on stablecoins and the broader crypto space?
After years in the making, finally, the much anticipated Ethereum 2.0 is here. On Dec 1, 2020, at noon UTC,
Today, several businesses and individuals are shifting to the circular economy. Blockchain technology can drive adoption of such sustainable practices.
This week’s newsletter is the 25th one in the weekly newsletter series. And what a week it has been. Bitcoin soars to US $16,000. Interest for staking in Ethereum 2.0 is gaining momentum. A mysterious fork in the Ethereum Blockchain raises alarms. These and many more in this week’s Blockchain This Week.
There are still 1.7 billion unbanked in the world. What are the reasons behind such a significant number of unbanked? Can CBDC drive their financial inclusion?
This post illustrates how we can leverage Blockchain in every stage of the election process while upholding the election integrity.
Micropayments, as the name suggests, are transactions involving small amounts of money usually done electronically. Micropayments are an integral part of today’s subscription services and in-app payments. However, many factors, technological and economical, have hindered its widespread adoption. But, the dawn of Blockchain technology and the growing adoption of crypto and digital currencies have solved many of the longstanding issues with micropayments, leading to its increased acceptance.
Governments, Healthcare, Tourism – Several sectors are increasingly becoming interested in Blockchain technology. What are they working on? These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
It was an unprecedented week in all sense. From Bitcoin smashing past US 40K to rioters storming into the US Capitol, several unparalleled events happened this week for the first-ever time. Interestingly, Blockchain and Crypto featured in both of them. These and many more in this week’s newsletter.
After an unexpected and unprecedented 2020, we have now ushered in 2021. How will this year be, we cannot predict. Similarly, how high will the price of the Bitcoin grow this year – we don’t know. But, the bull run is still on as the price inches close to a historic US $30K mark. This one and many more in this week’s newsletter.
In this last newsletter of the year, I am covering Bitcoin’s unprecedented rise, Ripple and Ledger issues, and many more.
The much awaited moment finally arrived this week. Bitcoin soared past 20,000 USD and quickly reached its all-time high of 23K. This and many more in this week’s newsletter.
Apple Co-Founder Launches Efforce, a Company to Facilitate Funding for Green Initiatives Leveraging Blockchain and Crypto Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak