When you hear the term blockchain, you may automatically think of cryptocurrency and investing. Understandably so, considering that Bitcoin was at one point the only blockchain in existence, and the terms were often used interchangeably. These days, however, that’s no longer the case. Blockchain technology has evolved beyond purely monetary use and can be applied to a number of industries, from real estate to legal. Because of this malleability, blockchain will likely play an important role in the future of information-enabled health and medicine.
, Financial Industry, News, Stock Exchanges, Tokenization
Financial markets and securities trading are on the brink of major disruption in the form of tokenization: the issuance...
, ETF, News, SEC
The clock just started on the latest effort to launch a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). The U.S. Securities and...
, Ethereum, Featured, News
Ethereum (ETH) co-founder Vitalik Buterin and other core devs have dismissed allegations that a new smart contract creation feature...
, Baidu, China, Dapps, News
Chinese search giant Baidu has launched a blockchain platform aimed to simplify commercial deployment of decentralized apps, or dapps....
, Energy, News
The global blockchain in energy utilities market is expected to grow by 60 percent by 2024, according to a...
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