Tag Archives: blockchain technology

The Future of Dating is Decentralized

The dating scene is no stranger to transition and disruption. In many ways, it seems like a miracle that we can forge connections in the first place. An intimate relationship between two people is one of the least understood and most difficult to manufacture. For decades, couples met at the office, in their church, or through mutual friends. It was situational more than it was strategic, but somehow, awkward introductions and nervous first dates brought ...

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MediChain Trial of New Product Already Attracting Industry Interest

The MediChain Medical Big Data Platform is currently seeking to reform the medical records sector with the launch of a minimum viable product (MVP) at pain clinics in the UK, which help patients find ways to manage their pain from different ailments. Patient frustration over the inadequacy of the healthcare they receive and the incompleteness of the medical records held by healthcare providers is a common refrain in the media. However, doctors are just as ...

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SegWit Adoption Spikes, Bill Gates Causes Death, & More – YMB Podcast E231

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E231
This is episode 231 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast. After years of arguing, months of implementation, and ages of educating users, SegWit is finally taking off. About 30% of all Bitcoin transactions now use the new tech and that number is growing steadily. What's causing the uptick? How much of a difference does this make anyway? Tune in for more details and our thoughts on the whole situation! Also ...

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The Future of iGaming Businesses & Cryptocurrency

The recent increase in mergers and acquisitions in the iGaming industry should surprise no one. Growing demand and rapid regulatory changes for the industry has forced some of the largest operators to unite to survive. Introduction of new taxes and hiking existing ones makes it logical for firms to look for ways to cope with rising costs and thinning profit margins. A good example is an announcement made in August 2017 by the UK government ...

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London Blockchain Startup FarmaTrust Partners with Mongolian Government to Stop Fake Medicine

FarmaTrust, a UK blockchain startup and global tracking system has officially signed a partnership with the Mongolian government to pilot a one-year project aimed at preventing the creation and distribution of counterfeit medications. The project will include both governmental and non-governmental parties in Mongolia, including the Specialized Inspection Agency of Tuv Province of Mongolia and the Mongolian e-Government Center NGO. The pilot project will kickoff in the Tuv Province, a province outside of the capital ...

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Blockchain and an Electronic Government

An electronic government (e-government) is one where public authorities use Internet solutions and a basic infrastructure to provide information resources and services to individuals and legal entities to ensure transparency of public sector work and allow interactive decision-making. The functions of an e-government are to provide support to individuals through Internet portals. To work correctly the following are needed: - List of services - List of citizens - System for identification - Well-established online payment ...

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Telecom Meets the Blockchain in Bubbletone

Bubbletone and Allo Incognito have big plans for their collaboration. Using the Bubbletone messenger application, Allo Incognito subscribers can already receive incoming calls anywhere on the globe via an IP channel and pay for local mobile service bundles when traveling. Mobile profiles can be remotely uploaded to their smartphones from participating mobile operators in over 80 countries via Bubbletone's OTA platform, allowing them to make calls from outside their home network at local rates. They ...

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TIESDB: First-of-Its-Kind Decentralized Public Database Aims to Solve Data Storage

The explosion of wireless communication in recent years has led to unforeseen and troublesome results. The technological infrastructure of the modern world, as it turns out, is not yet ready for storing data, which is constantly changing and evolving. Who could imagine that a database would become a crucial and invaluable asset several decades ago? How is humankind going to store and manage all that data? Why is this so important? The answer to this ...

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