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South Korea – a booming blockchain hub

The South Korean economy, which is the fourth largest in Asia and 11th largest in the world, has been a long time leader in technological adoption and experimentation. South...

By JB Lee - December 16, 2018

The blockchain…not as secure as you think

With fraud, breaches and threats reaching pandemic proportions across the entire digital ecosystem, the blockchain is hyped as an instant fix to resolve security challenges for use-cases spanning financial...

By Jerome Nadel - December 16, 2018

Blockchain island exchange will launch next year in Malta

The Mediterranean island nation of Malta made headlines throughout 2018 as the iconic ‘blockchain island’, being the first jurisdiction in the world to regulate digital ledger technologies. The applications...

By Dennis Avorin - December 15, 2018

Why is decentralisation so poorly understood?

Decentralisation is somehow poorly understood as most people tend to believe economies of scale and efficiencies can only be gained by combining resources in one geographical location and extracting...

By Pedro Febrero - December 12, 2018

Blockchain can save capitalism: find out how

How can cryptocurrencies expand our understanding of value and bring value to more people? In order to change, we need to understand what to change. When comparing economic growth,...

By Pedro Febrero - December 7, 2018

Can blockchain save capitalism?

Cryptocurrency prices, in general, have been falling from late January until now, with the usual ups and downs. At the moment most cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin, seem to be way...

By Pedro Febrero - December 4, 2018

Regulating cryptocurrency in the UK

However in the UK, cryptocurrency, which is rapidly growing in popularity, is not heavily governed. With more than 1,500 available and more being created every week, coupled with stories...

By Jo Goodson - December 1, 2018

A bit about Bitcoin and the controversial topic of security

Blockchain technologies present opportunities for disruptive innovation. However, they also present controversy, especially with regards to the security of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Released as open source software in 2009,...

By David Warburton - November 6, 2018

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