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The tokenisation of collectibles – art, diamonds and more

Thanks to its ability to help track and verify the provenance of things sold or traded among multiple buyers, blockchain technology is seeing real-world tests for a wide range of valuables and collectibles.

How crypto and blockchain are disrupting the automotive industry

While most industries are changing dramatically thanks to digitalisation, the automotive sector is also being shaken up by other big technology and business changes.

6 ways crypto and blockchain are disrupting the pharmaceutical industry

Of all the industries with the potential to benefit from blockchain technology, many believe one of the best candidates is pharmaceuticals.

News Roundup – Blockchain Innovations and Developments

What are the latest blockchain-based innovations to make headlines around the world? We review a variety of recent announcements.

How crypto and blockchain are disrupting energy and utilities

Change has typically come slowly in the energy and utilities sector, long dominated by large and established organisations with control over wide swathes of infrastructure and a mostly captive customer base.

How crypto and blockchain are disrupting lawyers and the legal sector

Think about what distributed ledger technology can provide – hard-to-hack data records, verifiable transaction histories and a mechanism for automated contracts – and it’s easy to see how it could be hugely disruptive for the work lawyers do.

Cryptocurrency Market Analysis and Forecast for April-May 2019

This month’s bullish engulfing drives the major cryptocurrency pairs to new highs.

How crypto and blockchain are disrupting banking and financial services

While blockchain technology hasn’t yet become a part of daily business life, “it is getting closer to its breakout moment every day,” according to Deloitte’s 2018 global blockchain survey.

How your business can benefit from cryptocurrencies

Why have some businesses – Overstock, Expedia, PayPal, DISH and Microsoft among them – decided to let their customers pay or conduct other transactions using cryptocurrencies?

News Roundup – Blockchain Events

Some 100 people were reported to have planned on attending the Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference, held 22-23 April in the North Korean capital, according to a report by Radio Free Asia (RFA).

Understanding crypto: What is a 51 per cent attack?

While the Bitcoin network has yet to be successfully targeted by a 51 per cent attack, other cryptocurrencies have fallen prey to such mischief.

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