Using blockchain technology we can track the journey of a single fish before it reaches our plate, instantly revealing its source and how it was caught and processed. With fish populations rapidly decreasing, we can harness this technology to ensure all fish are ethically caught and no illegal or unreported products reach the market. Watch more videos in our award-winning series, in collaboration with @WWF #Netflix #ShareOurPlanet #VoiceForThePlanet About the series: Each week we’ll bring you a new video story…
On 23 January, IOHK CEO Charles Hoskinson delivered an inspirational keynote speech to the audience at Davos on blockchain for social good, citing practical examples that apply to real world situations. As part of the Cardano delegation at Davos, led by Cardano Foundation, IOHK representatives took part in various panels and delivering keynote talks, while promoting the adoption of Cardano at this influential event. To learn more about IOHK and our work: Company website: https://iohk.io Get our latest news updates:…
For centuries, we’ve put our trust in a third party when it all comes to all our financial dealings. So, what happens when a new technology emerges that is engineered to automate trust? Blockchain was one of the topics that dominated the 48th World Economic Forum in Davos – that’s because, at its most basic level, blockchain is a technology that promises to automate trust. Read more: https://invest.ec/2krDrsa
The price of bitcoin has recently rallied, but at the beginning of February 2018 many predicted its collapse. If these doomsayers prove to be correct, what, if anything, will be its legacy? What becomes of blockchain? Are we in the early days of the internet left to one day wonder how we ever lived without it?
Blockchain could potentially transform land titling and registries in India, according to Sheila Warren. The head of blockchain and distributed ledger technology at the World Economic Forum said governments, including India’s, are evincing interest in the technology. #BQAtWEF Read more: https://goo.gl/RDcCu6 Subscribe to BloombergQuint on WhatsApp: https://goo.gl/NX4KDz
By using math and cryptography, Blockchain is challenging the status quo in a radical way. Will governments and financial institutions embrace it?
http://www.weforum.org/ Live from our Industry Strategy Meeting in San Francisco – While blockchain enthusiasts project the technology will account for 10% of global GDP by 2025, skeptics and supporters alike lack the tools to assess the political, security and environmental implications of the technology and digital currencies. When is blockchain right for business?