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Widespread blockchain fervor is producing some fascinating concepts and uses cases for the new technology. In every niche, there seems to be someone who sees the potential and strives for implementation. Not surprisingly, financial institutions seem to be at the forefront of blockchain experimentation, but regardless, blockchain has made its way...
Location services and mapping data have become integral parts of the real-time execution of global financial systems, enabling a near omnipresent view of the world while providing supporting digital infrastructure for a range of businesses. Ethereum-based "FOAM" An Ethereum-based project by the name of FOAM looks to upend the current...
February 17, 2018 by at Altcoins, Bitcoin, Mining, News, Tech
An astronomer at one of the leading Universities in the world has claimed that finding aliens on other planets has become almost an impossible task to achieve these days because of the global bitcoin fever. Bitcoin Mining Taking Over In an interview with the BBC, Dr. Dan Werthimer, chief scientist...
January 18, 2018 by at Blockchain, Commentary, News, Tech
NASA has awarded University of Akron (UA) Assistant Professor Jin Wei Kocsis a three-year $333,000 Early Career Faculty grant as part of its Space Technology Research Grants (STRG) program. Dr. Kocsis will utilize the grant to develop AI and blockchain-based technology that will help satellites safely travel farther away while...
September 19, 2017 by at Bitcoin, Blockchain, News, Tech
In his blog, Peter Todd explains the difference between pure fantasy and “hard sci-fi”. If you’re not familiar with the latter term, it refers to science fiction with a focus on scientific accuracy. It walks the line between a Robert A. Heinlein novel and a conversation with Carl Sagan. With...
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