Jan 21, 2019 at 09:48
The Year of Ethereum Experiments, Most Important Deployments of 2018
Ethereum (ETH) developments happened at each level of the ETH ‘stack’ that includes the core protocol and the users who launch it known as ‘Layer 1.’ This development includes the supporting developer tools and facility, which enable engineering on ETH’s potential. It also includes ‘off chain’ technologies, which enables developers to create fast and performant applications. It further includes the goods and commercial enterprises built on ETH, according to a hackernoon report.
Jan 20, 2019 at 15:28
Ford Motor Company Rolls Out Blockchain on IBM for Cobalt Supply Chain Transparency
The Ford Motor Company, IBM, RCS Global, Huayou Cobalt and LG Chem are considering employing blockchain to track and corroborate ethically sourced minerals. They aim at creating an open, industrywide network to track and confirm minerals and other significant materials for the automotive and consumer electronics sector in their supply chains.
Jan 20, 2019 at 13:14
What Threats are Cryptocurrency Exchanges Currently Struggling With?
The crypto market has been pretty bearish over all of 2018. Many investors lost faith in crypto and gave up trading. Digital currency exchanges have had a lot of troubles over this period too. Apart from low trading volumes and insufficient user activity, what are the other threats that crypto exchanges have to deal with?
Jan 19, 2019 at 15:35
Current Strategy of New Firms That are Focused on Cryptos and Fintech
Amidst the strong and prolonged bear market which started last year, it seems that many trading institutions, investment funds, and crypto exchanges have to embrace the negative effects and reduce spending. However, one surprisingly budding sector right now, data and analysis supply, is expanding their number of staff.
Jan 19, 2019 at 13:23
Spain: Iberdrola Uses Blockchain Technology in Renewable Energy Sector
Iberdrola - the Spanish public multinational electric utility major, has accomplished a project which will largely chip into speeding up the decarbonisation process by using blockchain to ensure that the energy supplied to the user is 100 percent renewable. The first test to ensure the renewable source of the energy supplied was carried out with the financial entity Kutxabank, who were able to trace the actual time that it takes a process to occur, and the source of the power supplied by Iberdrola from the generation point up to the place of consumption.
Jan 19, 2019 at 10:12
Recognizing Digital Skills in the Economic System, Italy Being the Protagonist
In the economy of knowledge, what people know or know how to do, is one of an individual’s major assets. But people need the tools to acknowledge competences in a reasonable and shared manner and to be able to heighten them in the economic system. Several initiatives are afoot, in which Italy is the champion.
Jan 18, 2019 at 16:04
NASA Embraces Bitcoin Blockchain to Prevent Aerospace Cyber Attacks & Air Traffic Mgt
Distributed ledger technology (DLT) is the grit of the flourishing Bitcoin (BTC) and the crypto sector at large. DLT is a revolutionary method to hold immense amounts of information since they are held in several places, the records it stores are indeed public and quickly verifiable. The unpredicted uses of vanguard technology are now being discovered.
Jan 18, 2019 at 13:09
ChainSecurity Reveals Ethereum Constantinople Upgrade Activates Reentrancy Attack
Ethereum’s (ETH) approaching Constantinople upgrade activates vectors for reentrancy attacks, as per ChainSecurity – a smart contract auditing platform, according to a Medium report on January 15, 2019. A reentrancy attack engages a particular function in a smart contract to be called several times before the smart contract is completely performed.