Although it's not official yet that Amazon will start accepting cryptocurrencies as payment, the crypto community is already overly excited. However, this could be nothing more than Elon Musk style of "pumping" and then "dumping" cryptocurrencies.
The distributed ledger technology (DLT) product authentication system patent filed by the United States e-commerce company Amazon has been approved by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Their new platform aims to provide ‘digital trust’ to the product supply chain (SC).
The Outbreak of the Covid-19 Strain and it’s subsequent spread to many parts of the globe has caused the cancellation of several cryptocurrency events worldwide. Event organisers are switching to Virtual Reality Technologies to Enable cryptocurrency meetups and discussions take place.
Apple Inc has become the newest member of the Fast Identity Alliance Online (FIDO) a group aiming to have zero password access to devices. Among the association members are big names such as Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Intel, ARM and Samsung.
The blockchain "system" promises to be able to scale back, by a wide margin, owing to the "power" of the internet platforms on which many of the current services offered through geolocation, such as Uber, Google, Airbnb, Amazon, Alibaba, to name the main ones. These companies are trying to integrate blockchain into their geolocation apps so they can serve the public better, in an effective, secure and transparent manner.
Privacy is one of the new technological trends of the last year. More and more important companies are shifting this functionality into their core business, even the big giants like Google, Facebook and Amazon.
The United States multinational electronic commerce firm Amazon.com Inc., based in Seattle, is working on integrating blockchain tech in the advertising sector. The e-commerce bull is seeking for a competent software engineer with experience in distributed ledger technology (DLT).