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Healthcare, the application of blockchain in 2019

The venture capital firm Venrock published a report entitled "Healthcare Prognosis" for 2019. The document attaches great importance to application of artificial intelligence and blockchain in the industry. The report showed that 75 percent of industry experts are...

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Ethereum is the most common blockchain in companies

Consensys website analyzes the list of the top 50 companies - with minimum revenues or valuations of $1 billion - using blockchain. Forbes published this report: over half are working with Ethereum and of the fifty companies, 32 are building on Ethereum or Enterprise...

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Binance mined a new cryptocurrency

Binance launched its own blockchain, called Binance Chain, to allow crypto startups to issue coins directly on the company’s platform. Olga Kharif (Bloomberg) explains that it will also serve as the basis of Binance’s exchange and will let customers trade more...

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The London Stock Exchange embraces tokenization

The London Stock Exchange has allowed technology company 20|30 to sell shares worth around £3 million in tokenized form. Lea Nonninger (Business Insider) explains that this brings the technology to a regulated financial market. Companies can tokenize assets, which...

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A partnership for smart contracts

Enterprise blockchain firm Digital Asset is integrating its smart contract modeling language through Hyperledger Sawtooth. Ian Allison (Coindesk) explains that this is the first melding of code between a project of the Hyperledger consortium and DA’s Digital Asset...

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A cryptocurrency card signed by VISA and Coinbase

A partnership between VISA and Coinbase promises to create the first cryptocurrency debit card. Miguel Gomez (Cryptovest) explains that the card would also allow for ATM withdrawals, bypassing the complicated crypto-to-fiat withdrawal process offered by exchanges that...

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US, a remittance tax on money will favor cryptocurrencies

US President Donald Trump could introduce a remittance tax on money sent home by people living in the U.S. illegally. Billy Bambrough (Forbes) explains that this news could favor cryptocurrencies. According to the data gathered by Coin Dance, the bitcoin trading...

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Cryptocurrencies to rebuild Notre Dame

After the fire in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris a charitable giving started to raise money towards the reconstruction of the building. Numerous transactions have already been made through traditional currencies but also cryptocurrencies are playing an important...

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Open banking is the future

A study conducted by Q2 and Cornerstone Advisors showed that young people are interested in integrating traditional banking services with financial technology. Ron Shevlin (Forbes) describes the American situation (fewer than 87% of consumers do their banking on a...

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Fintech is revolutionizing the payment system

Fintech has produced innovations that have transformed our everyday life. The Financial Stability Board divides fintech into five broad categories: payments, clearing and settlement; deposit, lending and capital raising; insurance; investment management; and market...

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Finance, the blockchain against the monopoly

France is pushing blockchain technology as a means of preventing finance giants enjoying a monopoly on transactions, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said. Paris earlier this year drew up a roadmap to regulate and implement investment in the blockchain ecosystem with a...

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