Wednesday, October 17, 2018
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Azeem Saifi

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Square is All Set to Facilitate Payments in Crypto

Square, a financial service provider, has just won a patent which enables payments to be made in multiple types of assets, including cryptocurrencies. The application...

Chinese City is Using Blockchain to Track Convicts on Parole

Zhongshan has taken a futuristic measure by moving convict tracking on the blockchain. Due to the immutable and public nature of this data structure,...

Japanese Police to Fund Crypto Criminal Tracking Tool

The National Police Agency of Japan aims to pour in funds for the development of a new crypto tool in order to flag the...

Walmart to Create Autonomous Robots Powered by Blockchain Tech

Walmart is among the finest and largest retail giants in the world right now and even in the past, it has taken incredibly bold...

UPS Plans to Streamline Logistics via Blockchains

United Parcel Service (UPS), a century-old company, asserts that using blockchain technology can help with managing the global supply chain by streamlining package delivery...

US Officials Plan to Test Blockchain for Certificate Tracking

The US Customs and Border Protection Agency has decided to test the advantages of the blockchain in order to substantiate the certificates granted by...

Wallstreet Banks and Goldman Sachs Pour in $32 million for EBS

It seems as if the words of Elizabeth Stark, CEO of Lightning Labs, are coming true and we are just entering the World of...

A Mining Firm Receives Bomb Threat for Making Noise

A Norwegian mining firm received a bomb threat on 11th August 2018, which was explicitly related to the amount of noise being produced as...

McAfee’s BTC Wallet Gets Hacked

John McAfee, a computer programmer and founder of McAfee, launched a BTC wallet, named BitFi, and dished out a challenge for $250,000, claiming that...

Mining Malware Hits UK Firms

The latest research has shown that almost 30 percent of the businesses based in the UK have confirmed that their infrastructure has been hit...