InsurTech Changes The Insurance But 8 Out of 10 Legacy Players Afraid To Lose Their Positions
InsurTech is in the spotlight of researchers — the new technological players take new positions step by step. How the legacy players are going to manage that?
17 September 2018 15:28, UTC Denis Goncharenko
The Ex-Pentagon Analyst: DLT To Provide The Darwin Effect in Global Transport Industry
Announcement: All cars will be replaced by unmanned ones to 2040. Governments try to regulate autonomous transport before it becomes available. The car giants are testing these vehicles in taxi services sector.
14 September 2018 14:43, UTC Anna Zhygalina
Why KYC Doesn’t Protect From Fraud, And How Your Wallets Сan Be Deanonymized
People in blockchain are divided into two categories: the first are trying to deanonymize everybody, while the others are struggling for their privacy. Ricardo Martinez figures out who will get the upper hand.
13 September 2018 13:58, UTC Ricardo MARTINEZ
Blockchain Education: Where To Study and To Get a Job Right Now
The South Korea announced the investment of $90 million in future blockchain specialists, and the training course in Israel costs $4400. Are you ready to invest in the profession of the future and do you know where You can possess this knowledge?
12 September 2018 15:10, UTC Anna Zhygalina
Blockchain Brings Democracy to The Space Industry. Why NASA Should Be Concerned
We are entering the second space age when governments no longer hold the control of the whole industry. How will the blockchain technology break the barriers for private business and make space serve humanity needs better?
11 September 2018 17:03, UTC Anastasia Ermolaeva
Blockchain as An Evidence: China Implements Legaltech in Court System
The legal tech revolution happened in China: the blockchain was voted a proof, and the Internet-court opened in Beijing. Should we expect robot-judges?
11 September 2018 14:17, UTC Oleg Koldayev
Over 14.000 New Vulnerabilities Reported in 2017. How Blockchain To Improve The Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity specialists face different challenges every day. The number and complexity of the issues grow constantly. Tae-Jin (TJ) Kang sums up the problems and speaks about solutions

10 September 2018 14:50, UTC Tae-Jin (TJ) KANG, technology industry executive and entrepreneur
Hot Tokens: How Fintech Is Changing Adult Industry
Sex sells. That’s an axiom of marketing. Sex is also a good product to sell - that's an axiom of the adult industry. And cryptocurrencies are about to change it
10 September 2018 11:32, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Modern Trading Without AI is Unprofitable. Why
AI beats traders at the exchange, and becomes a dangerous weapon in the hands of a cybercriminal. Prospects and forecasts by leading experts.
07 September 2018 18:22, UTC Anna Zhygalina, Catherine Lange
Banca Sella, Lloyd's and Mastercard Are Testing The Waters of Fintech
In the world of economy fintech was quite often considered as some effort to invent the wheel all over again. However, it ended up being the first herald of the new economic world.
07 September 2018 13:05, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Vsevolod Gnetii
IoT and Biometry: From Identity Theft to Heart Attack
Сyber Attacks strikes not only finances, but also the life itself. Being competent is not just a prerogative of specialists. Now it applies to everyone.
07 September 2018 09:15, UTC Anna Zhygalina, Catherine Lange
Mining: Economic Rebirth of The Abandoned Single-Industry Towns
Mining is a crucial part of the cryptoverse surrounded by legends, myths and false ideas that bring hope and disappointment on the similar scale.
05 September 2018 14:58, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Vsevolod Gnetii
DLT To Resolve Healthcare Industry Issues
The blockchain is a phenomenon that many people slander for various reasons: it doesn’t scale, it’s not flexible enough, and generally up to no good. Sometimes it’s true, and sometimes it’s not, but medicinal blockchain is one of the few cases where it is clearly beneficial.
05 September 2018 10:49, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Mining To Lead Us To An Environmental Disaster. But not Exactly
According to Digiconomist, bitcoin's electricity consumption index exceeds that of countries such as Tajikistan, the Republic of Mozambique and Slovenia.
04 September 2018 13:28, UTC Ann Sotnikova, Catherine Lange
Global Mining: 51% Attack. The End of Decentralization
Those who control 51% of hashrate, control bitcoin, and those that control the bitcoin, control the cryptoverse
03 September 2018 20:01, UTC Daniil Danchenko
Smart Contracts: Russian Roulette With Four Bullet Rounds
Every fourth smart contract has a critical bug. What about the consequences?
03 September 2018 18:58, UTC Denis Goncharenko
The Smart City Risks: Who Will Control Your Fridge?
In the framework of the smart city development biometric technologies possess a vast field of activity. However, the more valuable the information is, the oftener it becomes subject to enemies attacks. World experts advise on how to protect personal data
03 September 2018 16:58, UTC Ann Sotnikova
Artificial Intelligence: The Transformation of Humanity To Begin In 5-7 Years
School teachers will be replaced by “digital” ones and neural networks will take jobs from millions of specialists by 2030. AI will make our lives easier and ... make choices instead of us?
31 August 2018 20:03, UTC Anna Zhygalina, Catherine Lange
Fintech: Forced Financial Evolution
Something that seemed like a forced measure ended up being fleshed out as completely new industry, that threatens to change the banking industry as it is .
31 August 2018 18:08, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Catherine Lange
Blockchain In Green Energy Is Outside of Business Interests
Blockchain is a technology that should've solved everything. But soon enough everybody realized that it has not been that easy.
30 August 2018 18:27, UTC Daniil Danchenko, Catherine Lange