There is a common sentiment among the world population that the US has dominated the world economy long enough and its time for them to step aside and allow another player to raise the flag. I’m talking about China and how they have decided to move away from US dominance by coming up very strong on areas related to blockchain, crypto assets and more recently, their digital Yuan.
In view of the recent business shift due to Covid-19, many C-level executives have been tasked to revisit all initiatives and look into every facet of their businesses to discover what works, what doesn’t work and to discard any components deemed redundant or unnecessary. Here’s what Oracle Malaysia is doing in terms of its blockchain and other emerging technology initiatives.
Heard of Web 3.0? It is a phase where all connected networks, including the likes of blockchains will be able to interact and access data seamlessly with one another while upholding security and user experience.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is hoping to aid supply chain businesses with its new roadmap for deploying blockchain. They’ve come up with a toolkit designed to help all sectors even supply chains which is falling in many areas due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
VCs or Venture Capitalists are going to be awakened towards a new reality that is likely to kick-in soon. Ways to raise funds may not be dominated by VCs afterall. Times are changing. The ICO era may be dead but “Token Offerings” (ICO 2.0) might get an audience.
For all you Bitcoin and cryptocurrency fans, I wanted to share some insights about ‘Bitcoin halving’, what is it and how can it or it can’t affect bitcoin’s price.
The global Internet of Things (IoT) market is booming. According to a report by Fortune Business Insights, the global internet of things (IoT) market was valued at US$ 190.0 Billion in 2018 and is projected to reach US$ 1,102.6 Billion by 2026.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is certainly on its way to revamp many industries and the way they operate. But with the recent Coronavirus or COVID-19, larger MNCs have stepped in to see what they can do to battle this malice which is not only disrupting lives and businesses but it is killing us too.
One of the world’s biggest human resources and talent recruitment firm, Randstad recently declared they’ve started test runs of a new system built on blockchain technology.
How cryptocurencies are ever going to be accepted by the masses as a means of payment or trade is anyone’s guess. Bitcoin started off with the idea of becoming the defacto digital currency of the world, but after 11 years being introduced to the world, there are still some reluctance by many quarters. Business Insider has broken the main factors of how and what truly affects cryptocurrencies mass adoption.