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22 EU member States signed the agreement on creation of single digital market

22 EU member States signed the agreement on creation of single digital market

Twenty-two member States of the EU signed a Declaration on the conclusion of the European partnership in the field of blockchain technologies, announced the press service of the European Commission. The goal of the partnership is to provide the countries-EU members the opportunity to exchange experience in the field of new technologies to create fertile… More

The Rockefellers are beginning to invest in blockchain projects

The Rockefellers are beginning to invest in blockchain projects

As reported by Fortune, Venrock – venture company, which officially belongs to the Rockefeller family have partnered with crypto investment group Coinfund to support innovatsionnyh cryptocurrency and blockchain projects. Coinfund is an investor in such famous projects as Coinlist, a subsidiary of the project AngelList and Kik – chat-a social network that has managed to… More

Sirin Labs decided who will produce the first smartphone on the blockchain

Sirin Labs decided who will produce the first smartphone on the blockchain

According to Bloomberg, Sirin Labs, working to create the world’s first smartphone for blockchain, said that to produce their product will be Foxconn Technology Group, FIH Mobile. Foxconn is a multinational company producing various devices based in Taiwan. This is one of the largest manufacturers of smartphones, and its clients include such giants as Apple,… More

Chinese oil giant Sinochem is exporting gasoline using blockchain technology

Chinese oil giant Sinochem is exporting gasoline using blockchain technology

Sinochem Group, one of the largest state-owned oil corporations of China, has successfully completed the supply of gasoline using the technology of the Blockchain. According to Reuters, one of the 300 subsidiaries Sinochem Group Sinochem Energy Technology Co. Ltd. responsible for exporting product from China (Quanzhou) in Singapore. According to the company, for the first… More

Interest associated with the cryptocurrency falling

Interest associated with the cryptocurrency falling

The desire of many people to work in the field of cryptocurrencies has fallen sharply after the fall of the market. According to a special search engine dedicated to the search of work, indeed.com the number of search queries with the word Bitcoin was on average 39 requests per million for December 2017. December 14… More

Group chats on the blockchain from Cisco

Group chats on the blockchain from Cisco

Cisco sees the blockchain technology as a way to more secure exchange of confidential group communications. In a patent application published recently by the Office for patents and trademarks (USPTO), the company described how the blockchain can enable people to spontaneously create groups (chats) and to exchange files and other information available only to members… More

Audi is experimenting with blockchain technology, intends to offer the cryptocurrency as a payment method in the near future

Audi is experimenting with blockchain technology, intends to offer the cryptocurrency as a payment method in the near future

The German car manufacturer Audi is testing blockchain technology for their distribution networks. Using the blockchain Audi sought to improve the security and transparency of their supply chains. Last year, the car manufacturer has released a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) of its blockchain system, after the successful test of the technology based on IBM Hyperledger Fabric and… More

Nvidia: the blockchain is here to stay, thanks to the cryptocurrency

Nvidia: the blockchain is here to stay, thanks to the cryptocurrency

CEO of NVidia, in a recent interview from the March 29, once again stated that “cryptocurrency is here to stay”. Speaking on CNBC’s Mad in the transfer of Money, Jensen Huang said that the need of such medium of exchange as cryptocurrencies guarantees that in the long term, bitcoin and altcoins will survive. The need… More

The Singapore government announced the competition for blockchain projects

The Singapore government announced the competition for blockchain projects

The government of Singapore is launching a competition focused on blockchain projects, and the winners will receive cash prizes. Singapore’s Agency for media development (IMDA) said that the challenge is to accelerate the pace of digital transformation in the city-state through the use of blockchain innovation. Contestants will present their work in two categories: “enterprise”… More