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What Industries is Blockchain Already Transforming?

Blockchain broke into the public consciousness because of its promise as a transformative technology. Anyone paying in attention during 2017 saw breathless videos and advertisements touting blockchain as a catalyst…

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How Blockchain is Slowly Changing the World

Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are tanking dangerously as panicked investors dispose of their virtual assets. More people are now more aware about virtual currencies and the blockchain technology that powers them….

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World Bank to Issue First Blockchain Bond

The World Bank is gearing up to bring you its first blockchain bond. The bond is dubbed bond-i will be managed exclusively using Distributed Ledger Technology which powers cryptocurrencies such…

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You Can Now Use Opera’s Crypto Wallet on Your PC

Opera is integrating a cryptocurrency wallet into its desktop browser to make it easier for you to handle cryptocurrencies. The addition eliminates the need for third party extensions. Transactions are…

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