Blockchain Is a New Playground For The Sports Industry. But No Teams Here Yet
Sports industry has billions of revenues, but is is an old-school playground with legacy players roughly protecting positions. Blockchain creates a new field and changes the rules.
13 November 2018 13:13, UTC Denis Goncharenko
Blockchain As Digital Evidence in Court. The Power of Giants Ernst & Young and Microsoft
Damage from trade secrets theft is $600 billion, pirated software gets $225 billion in the US per year. Blockchain becomes an evidence for intellectual property protection in court
12 November 2018 12:57, UTC Anna Zhygalina
Maltese State Will Explore The Possibility To Create A Citizenship Test For Robots
Results of the Malta Blockchain Summit - the largest event of the year in the crypto industry
07 November 2018 15:28, UTC Anastasia Ermolaeva
AI-Drones: The Governments Try To Reduce Casualties Just For Good PR
The world budget for UAV purchase calculated until 2020 amounts to $6.5. What countries are developing autonomous unmanned AI weaponry? And what threat does it pose to humanity?
31 October 2018 18:52, UTC Anna Zhygalina
73% of Investment Deals In Israeli FinTech Are Made By Foreign Investors
Foreign investors are interested in Israeli startups: less rounds, but more volumes. MNCs are also looking for alternative ways to penetrate the market in order to cut the costs.
31 October 2018 13:02, UTC Denis Goncharenko
New Food Monopoly or Why Walmart and Carrefour Connect To The Blockchain
Food retail giants decided to change the supply chain, which is outdated since the end of the 19th century. IBM Food Trust platform will make delivery tracking possible in 2.2 sec.
19 October 2018 20:13, UTC Anna Zhygalina
Four Threats For Insurance Agents To Disappear In a Brave New Tech World
In a traditional world, there was always a high demand for insurance agents. Upcoming insurance industry disruptions clearly show that their fate is quite unenviable.
18 October 2018 13:23, UTC Kobi Bendelak, CEO at InsurTech Israel; Denis Goncharenko, editor
Reinsurers Turn To Tech: Insurance Market Cannot Carry Double
Startups don’t see insurance companies as their shareholders. This is an opportunity for the reinsurers to shoot two hares: enter new technologies and reach the end customers.
18 October 2018 11:03, UTC Kobi Bendelak, CEO at InsurTech Israel; Denis Goncharenko, editor
How Yuan Will Pave The Way for The Real Oil Cryptocurrency
The global financial system is to face a crisis; the appearance of a new system of payments for oil may become one of the consequences
17 October 2018 11:02, UTC Oleg Koldayev
$300 Million From Christie's And Art Tokens As A New Type of Trading
Christie's announced its first blockchain auction for $300 million, but so far categorically rejected the cryptocurrency.
17 October 2018 08:57, UTC Anna Zhygalina
Africa: You Electrify Her, You Blockchain Her, You Buy Her
What can the blockchain energy industry in Africa? We understand what  represents the great African dream today and why all world powers want to touch it.
16 October 2018 17:30, UTC Daria Piotrovskaya
Tragedy In Indonesia. How Humanitarian Supplies Being Embezzled
After the earthquake in Tahiti, $3.6 billion were stolen. How much will be stolen after the earthquake in Indonesia? And could DLT help conquer corruption in humanitarian supplies?
15 October 2018 13:03, UTC Oleg Koldayev, Alina Belkovskaya
How Low Will The Bitcoin Go If The Quantum Computer Hacks The SHA3-256 Algorithm
The conference CYBER CRIME CON/2018 was held in Moscow. The first day was under the sign of crypto exchanges
12 October 2018 13:52, UTC Oleg Koldayev, Anna Zhygalina
Nation-state cyberwarfare and why a lot of hackers is good
Over the past year, hackers have attacked the five largest digital exchanges. On CyberCrimeCon 2018 experts said why this is happening and how to handle it.
12 October 2018 08:57, UTC Theodore Serdotetskiy
Doom'n'Gloom: What Threats Are Too Much For Informational Security
The digital economy is a direct byproduct of technological progress. And its protection and constant vigilance, when it comes to, is crucial for its survival and further development.
11 October 2018 18:47, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Anna Zhygalina
Big Pharma: Blockchain To Move The Big Guys With Big Prices
The blockchain evangelists recommend a shift of the healthcare to DLT until multinational corporations did not take the whole market into their own hands. The doctors will be completely replaced by the diagnostic AI machines in 50 years.
11 October 2018 11:21, UTC Anna Zhygalina
Every Statement of Dr. Doom Against Crypto Can Be Easily Defeated — Here Is How
Nouriel Roubini is notorious for severely criticizing cryptocurrencies. The latest statements, however, are more provocative than reasonable. Richard Shibi brings forward his counter-arguments.
11 October 2018 09:26, UTC Richard Shibi, blockchain and ICO consultant; Denis Goncharenko, Bitnewtoday.com author
Tokenization of Real Estate: How To Divide A $30 Mln Mansion And Sell Off The Pieces
Digital technologies are penetrating the legal reality. Will they be able to protect the property from new crises?
10 October 2018 18:06, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Sierra Leone: The Reasons Behind UN's Experiments With FInTech
70% of the population live below the poverty line. The value of one leone - $0,00012. Why is the sand of a poor country turned out to be fertile ground for the introduction of FinTech?
10 October 2018 13:17, UTC Daria Piotrovskaya
Revolution Or Sabotage: Scaling Through A Bag of Bitcoins' Blockchain
Pivot to asia being discussed more and more in the today’s blockchain society. Asia slowly becomes a key region for the industry
10 October 2018 11:26, UTC Daniil Danchenko