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Blockchain developers increasingly in demand

Linkedin has released a report about the most requested professional positions in 2018 and it has emerged that in the United States the blockchain developer represents the fastest growing figure (the demand was 33 times higher compared to 2017). JP Mangalindan on...

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US, Jay Clayton (SEC): “ICOs can be effective”

Jay Clayton, SEC Chairman, has said that ICOs "can be effective" but has emphasized also the need to adopt the current regulation. More precisely, Clayton has said: “I believe that ICOs can be effective ways for entrepreneurs and others to raise capital. However, the...

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The union of crypto and fiat for a new business model

At year-end there are plenty of forecasts for 2019. Oliver Bussmann writes on Forbes that the most ambitious challenge for the new year will be to tie the crypto and fiat sectors. This scenario assumes the end of the crypto-hype. Companies are called into question,...

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U.S., a regulation for the ethereum

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), one of the U.S. Treasury regulatory authorities, has launched a consultation about the use of the ethereum in order to subject it to regulation. The CFTC wants to clarify similarities and differences between functions,...

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Customer loyalty at the time of the blockchain

Customer loyalty is in crisis, but the blockchain could change this trend. More flexibility and savings and less fraud are just three of the benefits for both firms and customers. Sallie Burnett on Forbes writes that the use of Artificial Intelligence would allow to...

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Blockchain-based ID database, more security for users

ID databases, useful against terrorism and fraud, are subject to hacker attacks because of their weak configurations. Tony Raval on Forbes explains that the blockchain could decentralize identity information by creating a kind of crypto identity wallet.Thanks to the...

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Blockchain, a virtuous circle for health insurance

Susan Morse on Healthcare Finance explains the benefits that the blockchain could bring in the healthcare field and, above all, in health insurance. Thanks to this technology, payers, providers and pharmacists would be involved in an integrated end-to-end transaction...

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Banking, in South Korea the blockchain to reduce human error

Shinhan Bank, South Korea’s second-largest commercial bank, has decided to introduce the blockchain to reduce the disservices related to human error. William Suberg (Cointelegraph) writes it and reports the statement of a bank official: “The new system helps remove...

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