Aug 21, 2019 at 12:17
India: Maharashtra State Plans to Use Blockchain in Sensitive Areas
India’s second most populous state and third-largest state by area, Maharashtra, is considering adopting blockchain tech in many fields including vehicle registration, document management systems, agriculture marketing and supply chains. The state’s administration is working on a regulatory sandbox for experimenting blockchain and distributed ledger tech (DLT) solutions across different significant applications. It really wants to enhance the efficiency, speed and efficacy of their operations.
Aug 19, 2019 at 12:35
Blockchain Technology to Help in Rental Reform in Malta
Malta plans to use a Blockchain-based approach to register rental agreements, according to Prime Minister Joseph Muscat. As the government is trying to bring new rent reform, an announcement has been made that the reforms are going to be completed soon, where all rental agreements will be properly registered on an effective Blockchain network. Malta has for long been considered as a blockchain hub in Europe and the world at large.
Aug 18, 2019 at 10:41
Blockchain to Solve the Trust Issue in Energy Systems
It is believed that its innovation that has changed the world so far, and that is why new technological products continue to emerge onto the market with each day that passes. Now, the University of Waterloo, Canada, has successfully conducted an integration of distributed ledger tech (DLT) into energy systems, an initiative which may lead to the extended charging setup for electric vehicles (EVs).
Aug 16, 2019 at 12:04
Walmart Plans to Make Blockchain-based Drones the Future of Delivery
Walmart Inc., the American based and world’s biggest firm by revenue, at around $514.405 billion this year, filed a patent focusing on blockchain-backed drones. The company is highly interested and able to participate in innovative technologies including cryptocurrency and distributed ledger tech (DLT).
Aug 16, 2019 at 10:13
Bitcoin Now on Galaxy Note 10. Samsung Supports BTC in its Blockchain SDK
The world’s largest information technology firm, Samsung Electronics, headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, has successfully added Bitcoin support to its new upcoming distributed ledger tech (DLT) Keystore Software Development Kit (SDK), and the company has disclosed that its digital currency wallet is compatible with its latest Galaxy Note 10 smartphone handset. Samsung is one of the most active companies adopting cryptocurrency and blockchain solutions in 2018-2019.