Ian Karamanov by Aug 16, 2018

Jeju Island of South Korea’s Rebellious Ambitions of Becoming a Crypto Hub

Jeju Island of South Korea is seeking the central government’s help in becoming a global crypto hub focused on innovation

Ellis Amoako-Agyei by Aug 13, 2018

West Virginia Blockchain Voting Moved To Later In November

In West Virginia blockchain voting is about to be used. While it has many advantages over paper voting it’s still in very early stages of mass adoption

Carlos Terenzi by Aug 13, 2018

Podemos Political Party Wants to Regulate Virtual Currencies

One of the most important political parties in Spain, Podemos, asked the Congress to study about blockchain technology. Additionally, the intention is to regulate virtual currencies and their potentialities. In this way, different influencers and politicians in the European country have been discussing these topics and prioritizing them. 

Ellis Amoako-Agyei by Aug 10, 2018

Confronting Blockchain Head-On; Beyond The Buzz And The Hype

The publicity around blockchain technology has gotten very far. Numerous prominent investors, technologists and entrepreneurs have gambled their reputations and fortunes on it. Investments in blockchain since 2015 are getting as high as $2.5 billion.

Ian Karamanov by Aug 9, 2018

India Blockchain Platform to Help Establish India’s First Blockchain District

The India Blockchain community has seen heavy regulation by the government and many startups have moved abroad. This is all about to change

Steve Kaaru by Aug 9, 2018

Bitmain Setting Up A $500 Million Mining Facility In Texas

Bitmain, the world’s number one manufacturer of crypto mining hardware, on August 06 announced they were launching a $500 million blockchain center and mining facility that will be based in the city of Rockdale, Milam County, Texas. The launch of this facility will be part of Bitmain’s strategy to expand into North America. According to […]