Goldman Sachs, the leading global investment banking management multinational firm, is set to host a client call to discuss Bitcoin, inflation, and gold on Wednesday, May 27, at 10:30 am EST according to a leaked invitation letter shared on twitter.
Air Asia became the first airline to embrace blockchain technology for freight after it yesterday revealed Freightchain, an air cargo booking system that offers instant cargo bookings to shippers and freight forwarders powered by blockchain technology.
With Coronavirus spreading around the world, innovative technologies including cryptocurrency and distributed ledger tools are being used to fight this enemy. In addition to management through the use of distributed ledger technology (DLT), blockchain companies are also trying to calm down the disease through service launches and donations.
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.
The transition to a new energy balance and sustainability passes through a new management of the networks, or rather a new conception of the networks themselves. And a key role for this new perspective can be played by the cryptocurrency, blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT).
The concept of ownership or direct management of a cryptocurrency by a central bank is, in fact, an oxymoron. In fact, cryptocurrency such as bitcoin has the characteristic of being open source, as well as being based on a network of "volunteers" that has already fully - technologically - replaced the old payment system: it is faster, more efficient and above all, it is decentralized without the need for any institution, without any state funding and no one to manage or control it.