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  • Loyakk Announces Vega, a Blockchain-enabled Decentralized Enterprise Relationship Platform

    Loyakk’s Enterprise Relationship Platform, Vega, aims to impact the multi-billion-dollar market for enterprise applications through blockchain-based decentralization. Its game-changing platform will transform how enterprises interact, transact and engage with their customers, channel partners, distributors, and suppliers. Loyakk, the provider of enterprise relationship management applications, announced Vega, the world’s first and only blockchain-enabled Enterprise Relationship Management […]
  • “When Mass Adoption?”

    The 21 Million Bitcoin Question Whether you’ve been into Cryptocurrency for a while, you’re a Crypto Master, a sceptic, or a complete newbie to the whole idea, but thinking where does this go? One thing that is probably the most speculative is…when will Cryptocurrencies become “the norm”? From its inception in 2008 to implementation in 2009, […]
  • WASTED ENERGY

    STATE OF AFFAIRS One Bitcoin transaction consumes as much energy as 7.55 homes in the United States for 1 day, compared to one Ethereum transaction that consumes as much energy as 1.34 homes in the United States for 1 day as of this article. In 2015, Bitcoin consumed as much energy as Ethereum does today, […]
  • KPMG Collaboration Boosts ICO for Construction Payroll Platform Etch

    Etch (www.etch.work), a UK business hosting an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) that runs until Wednesday October 18, 2017, has announced that it is receiving support from one of the world’s ‘big four’ accountancy firms, KPMG. Chris Mills, Head of Blockchain for KPMG UK said, “Etch is a superb initiative because it provides guaranteed payments in […]
  • The Empires of the Future are the Empires of the Mind

    (Churchill’s words before a Harvard audience in 1943) Indeed, Churchill’s vision is needed to see beyond the current angst about the application of securities laws to ICOs or heavy-handed Chinese officials banning token offerings outright. Today, he would see the use of blockchain to create an impact, to create shared wealth in Africa, Latin America, […]
  • Trippki Making Travel More Rewarding

    Finding and booking accommodation has never been easier. Visit any large Online Travel Agent (OTAs) and you’ll be presented with a disorienting amount of offers. But what on the surface seems like a great service has come at significant cost to both the hotels and customers. Hotels suffer both financially and in terms of brand […]
  • Mayfair & Morgan: Opportunities for Blockchain Professionals

    Dubai has an established reputation of leading digital innovation for the world. For the first time, Dubai will be pioneering the application of Blockchain technology for smart cities, and sharing it with the world. Dubai will be the first Blockchain powered government, driving the future economy. “Adopting Blockchain technology Dubai stands to unlock $1.5 billion […]
  • What is the token economy?

    To put it into layman’s terms, the ‘token economy’ feels a bit like what kids did for fun at primary school in Britain in the 1970s: hanging out in the playground trading in stickers for our sticker albums. If you were starting a new album you would happily trade a whole unopened packet of stickers […]
  • The world’s first public decentralized smart database

    I have been to nine different conferences in eight cities around the world over the last 4 months, and I met a lot of talented teams that are developing their own dApps. Each of these teams wants to attract millions of users to their platform. Some say they need 10 million users to prove that […]
  • Blockchain Meets the Cloud Gaming Industry In a Brand New Ecosystem

    Every year the game industry requires more powerful hardware which, due to the high prices, is not available for all gamers. Monthly Steam research proves that top new products often require hardware specs higher than what most can afford to have: The interest decline towards constant hardware updates seems like a new trend. It is […]
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