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Blockchain for loyalty points: How would it work?

More than half of all consumers in the US belong to some sort of loyalty programme, which businesses have used for years as a way to strengthen their relationships with customers and provide incentives to keep them coming back for more.

What is the Initiative for CryptoCurrencies & Contracts (IC3)?

The Initiative for CryptoCurrencies & Contracts (IC3) has a mission to move blockchain-based applications “from today’s white boards and proof-of-concepts to tomorrow’s fast and reliable financial systems of execution and record”.

How could cryptocurrencies help with financial inclusion?

Over the past decade or so, increasingly affordable mobile phones, microfinance programmes and user-friendly mobile financial services like M-Pesa have enabled many millions of people to pay, be paid and save more easily than ever before.

Blockchain’s data privacy challenge: How zero-knowledge proof can tackle it

Businesses of all kinds have learned to adapt to new requirements for customer privacy since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May of 2018.

Blockchain for consumers: How close to ‘mainstream’ is the technology?

At this early stage of its development, blockchain technology undoubtedly has a long way to go before it can be considered truly ‘mainstream’.

Cryptocurrencies and regulations around the globe: What you need to know

Cryptocurrency regulations around the world vary widely, as this 2018 survey by the US Library of Congress illustrates.

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.

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.

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