Sep 12, 2019 at 10:26
Ex US Congressman Calls for Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Regulations
Former United States Democratic Congressman from Tennessee’s 9th congressional district Harold Ford Jr. has suggested that Washington should try to avoid half-measures as far as cryptocurrency legislation is concerned. A successful financial managing director believes that the government has been slow to react to the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry, and thinks that this might damage innovation in the future.
Sep 10, 2019 at 13:52
Blockchain to Transform Print Media and Publishing in Italy
Blockchain technology is playing a big role in publishing and there are some interesting projects underway. The Italian print media and publishing industry is progressively joining the distributed ledger technology (DLT) arena. However, as big companies are trying to use blockchain to enhance their supply chain, the creative industries are testing and utilizing the technology to rise reporters' responsibility and to attempt to get rid of the trust factor.
Sep 10, 2019 at 12:22
European Blockchain Service to Create Interoperable Infrastructure
The European Union is interested in the cryptocurrency and blockchain revolution, a thing that has helped it to put digital innovation at the top of its strategies for the economic development of the continent. Principally, the European Commission has placed at the center of its action the formation of a related digital single market, in the awareness that information and communication technologies constitute the very foundation of all new state-of-the-art economic systems.
Sep 09, 2019 at 09:47
Developing 'Crypto' Is Better Than Tracking Bitcoin Users, NSA Decides
The United States (US) defense intelligence authority the National Security Agency (NSA) is purportedly designing a quantum-resistant crypto. The NSA has circumscribed it resources and undertakings in the blockchain and cryptoasset arena to track all Bitcoin (BTC) users, and it has even gone ahead to create its own electronic money.
Sep 08, 2019 at 12:49
Italian Blockchain Projects Benefit from Dedicated EU Funds
A large sum of European funds was allocated to facilitate cryptocurrency and blockchain-related projects, and Italy and other countries on the continent will benefit from these initiatives. More than €180 million has already been invested in research and innovation initiatives in the blockchain industry. Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things are one of the sectors that have obtained the largest slice of European Union (EU) funding.
Sep 02, 2019 at 12:25
Italy Uses Blockchain to Protect Elections from Interference
The influence of a foreign country on elections has brought to the fore the issue of blockchain. The government of Italy is trying to examine in detail what benefits technological innovation could bring, however, there are many problems to be faced with the aim of arriving at a universal digital suffrage.
Sep 01, 2019 at 12:53
Italy to Use Blockchain for Intellectual Property and Copyright
Blockchain technology is finding applications in the field of copyright, both with regard to the protection of the ownership of Intellectual Property (IP) works and for their exploitation for economic purposes. In these contexts platforms such as Tutelio arise on one side and DTube on the other.
Aug 26, 2019 at 10:33
Sierra Leone Launches a National Blockchain-based ID System
Sierra Leone set a record of becoming the first country in Africa to have national blockchain-based ID system. On August 21, the government rolled out a decentralized National Digital Identity Platform that is based on the distributed ledger technology (DLT) and the platform was designed by both the National Civil Registration Authority and KIVA. The launch happened at Radisson hotel in Freetown and was headed by President Julius Maada Bio.