As the world continues to come to terms with a new way of living and working, confined to homes and restricted travel as a result of the ongoing pandemic lockdown measures from governments across the world, the crypto community online has risen to show is support for relief efforts in the COVID-19 fight
Technology experts predict airports entrusted to disruptive tools including blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT), will manage passengers actions, digital identities, and speed up the steps involved in security checks and check-ins.
Bobby Lee, brother of Charlie Lee, creator of Litecoin (LTC), recently described his meeting with Bruce Willis, a famous American actor, producer, and singer, on an airplane while travelling from Los Angeles, U.S. to Shanghai, China.
Using algorithms, blockchain, cryptocurrency and other innovative technologies, Italians and other people across the entire world will be able to travel with a unique digital identity. In ten years to come, passengers in international air transport will increase to around 1.8 billion (+50%) compared to the 0.85 billion passengers that were available in 2016.
The engines of electric scooters are now available and ready to move through the streets of the major Italian cities, with Milan in the lead. Milan is the capital of Lombardy in northern Italy; has been an international center of trade and industry since the Middle Ages. The go-ahead for the launch of sharing services for this kind of vehicles is anticipated in few weeks, before January ends, after the amendment to the Budget Law sanctioned by the Chamber last month, that enforces a ministerial decree to regulate the Infrastructure and Transport Ministry the potential of testing on the road routes.
Shinil Group, a South Korean treasure-hunting company, recently made global headlines when they proclaimed an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) after discovering a sunken Russian battleship possessing large volumes of gold worth US$130 billion.
Who doesn’t dream of eternal life, interstellar or even time travel? Why not, after all, submarines and airplanes used to be no more than a pipe dream, a fantasy, unattainable and bizarre. However, today we take these things for granted.