Mar 15, 2020 at 14:30
Cryptocurrency Users Risk Losing Big due to Unfixable Error in Intel SGX
Recently, computer security researchers revealed that a new flaw in Intel’s SGX exposes sensitive user data to cyber criminals. The flaw in the Intel Software Guard eXtension poses a risk to cryptocurrency users can not be patched leaving users at a very high risk of losing their funds.
Mar 12, 2020 at 09:03
Over $1 Billion of Boeing Plane Spare Parts Tracked on Blockchain
More than $1 Billion worth of Aeroplane spare parts supplied to Boeing are now traceable on a blockchain. The plane spares is being tracked directly by it’s manufacturer on a blockchain powered system built to validate the source of the spares and make sure recommended safety standards are adhered to.
Mar 06, 2020 at 12:37
Beijing Issues First Blockchain-Based Invoice for Parking
Beijing's first blockchain electronic ordinary invoice was issued in the parking lot of Hanwei International Plaza, marking Beijing's tax service entering the age of blockchain.
Mar 01, 2020 at 11:46
United States Tax Agency Wants Cryptocurrency Holders to Pay Taxes
US Tax body Internal Revenue Services (IRS) is demanding that American Citizens who hold cryptocurrency deposits in their wallets be taxed. The tax agency sent warning letters to more than 10,000 cryptocurrency holders over failure to pay appropriate taxes or falsifying taxable income.
Feb 27, 2020 at 08:35
From Farm to Fork: IBM’s Food Trust Fights Counterfeiting Using Blockchain
Cases of food contamination, counterfeits and requests from consumers for more information on the origin of food are increasing the demand for solutions, both system and global, which can show all actors in the supply chain how to certify traceability and the processing of the processed, distributed and sold product.
Feb 17, 2020 at 08:34
The Blockchain and Consent to Guarantee a System of Transition
Blockchain technology and theory start from this point and aims to create an equivalent system, without the existence of a central controller, or intermediary, for example banks or insurance companies.
Feb 15, 2020 at 08:45
Scammers Turn to Fake Youtube Live Streams Featuring Prominent Cryptocurrency Individuals
The prevalence of cryptocurrency has reached a whole new level with many users constantly searching for the latest information and news regarding the topic. Scammers on youtube are taking this as an opportunity to run fake live stream interviews with prominent names in the cryptocurrency space to garner large traffic to their youtube channels.
Feb 12, 2020 at 10:12
Tokenization: What Are Tokens and What Role do they play?
What is a token? A token is a blockchain-based digital asset that can be exchanged between two parties without the need for an intermediary. A token (coin) can be seen as a set of digital information that is able to give a right of ownership to a subject on the same set of information that is recorded on a blockchain and that can be transferred via a protocol.
Jan 31, 2020 at 14:02
South Korea to Allow Regulatory Sandboxes Related to Blockchain-based Overseas Remittances
The South Korean Ministry of Science, ICT and Communications intends to examine whether or not to allow regulatory sandboxes related to blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT)-based overseas remittances after the National Assembly Act (Special Act) on the reporting and use of certain financial transaction information passes the National Assembly.
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