‘Blockchain technology will soon be reality’

The Maharashtra government, on April 11 announced that it has decided to carry out four more Proof of Concepts (PoCs) studies to demonstrate the feasibility of blockchain technology. This comes after previous case studies in the fields of organ transplant, rationing, digital certification and land records were completed successfully. The new studies have been announced […]

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Matrix AI Building the Most Advanced Blockchain, Focused to Support Artificial Intelligence Growth

Blockchain was first introduced in 2009 as a platform for the revolutionary cryptocurrency, Bitcoin. At the time of launch, both, Bitcoin and blockchain were thought to be just another overhyped internet bubble, which will burst sooner than expected. It’s been over a decade since then, and both, blockchain and cryptocurrencies are very much alive and […]

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No, Artificial Intelligence and ‘the blockchain’ don’t go together

If one types in “define blockchain” into Google, this is the definition they receive: A system in which a record of transactions made in bitcoin or another cryptocurrency are maintained across several computers that are linked in a peer-to-peer network. Likewise, if one searches for “define artificial intelligence,” they receive the following answer: The theory […]

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Stanford research: New Ethereum Blockchain smart contracts privacy mechanism

A group of researchers from the University of Stanford, together with Visa Research, have created a mechanism to enhance the privacy in smart contracts from the second largest crypto blockchain in the market, Ethereum. The paper that was published about this new mechanism was originally posted on Stanford University’s Applied Cryptography Group’s site, Cryptoexchangeguide reports. […]

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Mark Zuckerberg is ‘potentially interested’ in putting Facebook login on the blockchain

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he’s “potentially interested” in putting the Facebook login on the blockchain as part of a public interview with Harvard Law professor Jonathan Zittrain. In particular, Zuckerberg said the blockchain could give users unique powers when granting data access to third-party apps. Facebook has been investing in its blockchain team that […]

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Why blockchain may be blockchain’s best cybersecurity option

One of the hallmark features of blockchain is that it is supposedly much more secure, adding remarkable levels of transparency that could help better identify and mitigate cyber threats. But, at a time when we’re approaching 2,000 blockchain projects in development worldwide, watching thousands of crypto miners do their thing each day and seeing billions […]

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China: Guangdong Province to Use Blockchain-Based Electronic Tax Invoices for E-Commerce

The Guangdong Municipal Taxation Bureau will implement an electronic invoice platform based on blockchain for the e-commerce industry, local Chinese news outlet Southern News Networkreported on Feb. 18. Guangdong Province, one the most populated region in China, has opened the first blockchain electronic invoice service for customers and merchants, planning to extend their experience to the large-scale e-commerce field. […]

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The coffee farmers betting on blockchain to boost business

ADDIS ABABA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – On a bustling street near the shiny new international airport in Ethiopia’s capital is a small coffee roastery with big dreams. Nearly 40 Ethiopians – a third of them women – sift, roast and package prized Arabica beans for export to Europe under the Moyee brand, founded by a […]

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Expanding blockchain analysis and investigation cross chains

The fourth part in a continuous series on how graph databases can be used to explore and analyse blockchains. How can investigation into money distribution and tracking funds cross the borders of blockchains? In the previous part of this series, we looked at distribution patterns on the XRP ledger. However, the “cryptosphere” is comprised of […]

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Blockchain Analysis Ties 5 Bitcoin Addresses to QuadrigaCX Exchange

Blockchain watchers have identified a group of bitcoin addresses that likely belong to one of the so-called cold wallets of failed crypto exchange QuadrigaCX. The discovery is notable in light of QuadrigaCX’s claim that it has been unable to access these wallets – which held the lion’s share of the $190 million owed to customers – since […]

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