Jul 05, 2019 at 10:22
Bank of Italy Doubts the Nature of Cryptocurrency
According to a recent Bank of Italy survey on the media bubble started by Libra, the Facebook project, there are many doubts about the nature of these tools, both functional and legal. The study reveals that they do not meet the definition of a financial asset; the high price volatility does not make them equivalent to liquid assets similar to currency; and those convertible at a floating exchange rate do not have the characteristics of legal money – fiat currency.
May 01, 2019 at 10:03
Italy Needs Humanism and Tech Together in Blockchain World
The globe is going totally digital, so it is no wonder that the popularity of professions connected to disruptive techs like blockchain, crypto and distributed ledger (DLT) is growing. Italy is no exception. Innovation space now requires individuals, companies and institutions to incorporate scientific revolutionary forward-thinking competencies with humanistic potentials.
Apr 14, 2019 at 12:07
Blockchain Technology will Uplift the Italian Economy
A survey has been successfully conducted by Digital360 Group, Blockchain4Innovation and EconomyUP, aimed at measuring the level of knowledge and information, as well as ascertaining the perception of blockchain in Italy, both in terms of opportunity and criticality. The research shows that the revolutionary technology will galvanize the Italian economy.
In Vino Veritas: Italian Wine Turns to Blockchain
Prominent politicians including the two vice-premiers of the Italian Council, businessmen, companies, and institutions gathered together at Vinitaly to discuss how to improve the wine industry and Made in Italy goods using innovative technologies such as blockchain, smart contract, the internet of things, artificial intelligence and others.
Italy to Become a European Blockchain Leader After Brexit
The government of Italy has been focusing on innovative initiatives such as blockchain technology, artificial intelligence (AI), industry 4.0, smart contract, the internet of things (IoT) and others. Italy now wants to become the leading European country in technology after the Brexit. Albeit, anything positive effort must be put in the system if digital technology is to become a mainspring for the real economy and poise public finances.
Luigi Di Maio Calls for Digitizing Italy via Blockchain
The government of Italy is taking blockchain technology and cryptocurrency to the next level. Recently, the Minister for Economic Development and Deputy Prime Minister Di Maio visited Washington U.S on economic deals, especially on the national 1 billion innovation fund.
Integrating Blockchain Tech and Internet of Things in Italy
Apart from being completely applicable to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain and internet of things (IoT) enthusiasts in Italy and the rest of the world see innovative technologies as a fundamental change in information management. Blockchain adoption globally is now over 44%.
Simplification Decree: Italy Accelerates Blockchain & Smart Contract Adoption
Italy will be the first country in the world to give legal value to technologies that are entirely based on distributed ledgers such as blockchain technology and smart contracts, according to the sentiments of Bianconi and Sarzana experts and the thorough analysis by the Chamber’s study service. The process of certifying a copyrighted work or framing a rental contract will be eased, Start Magazine reports.