Europe positions itself as the Global bloc for Blockchain

Europe is positioning itself as the global bloc for blockchain and this week we see the EU Blockathon taking place, an event hosted by the European Union to explore how blockchain technology can actually make a difference and lead to a better society. This is only one of numerous examples of how Europe is pushing the boundaries of what is possible with this new technology.     In the past few months in Europe we have seen:   23 countries within the EU signed a Blockchain Partnership agreement Ireland’s Prime…

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LQDEX Co-Founder, Yogesh Srihari, to Present at Blockchain World Conference

Los Angeles, June 20, 2018 –Blockchain’s first truly global event, The Blockchain World Conference, today announced that LQDEX co-founder, Yogesh Srihari, will speak on Thursday, July 12 at 12:30 p.m. at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City.     Srihari’s presentation, “LQDEX – The Next Generation Digital Asset Exchange” will discuss Srihari’s plan to meet market demand for a decentralized, trustless, cross-chain exchange.   The Blockchain World Conference is a three-day event featuring a powerful list of world-renowned speakers. The conference is open for registration. Attendees can use promo code YOGESH10…

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The Auto Block: Blockchain for Automotive Industry

The Blockchain technology was featured on Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends list back in 2016. This ingenious trend has gained quite a lot of popularity in the last few years and even though it was initially developed for the digital currency, Bitcoin, it has proven useful in many other areas such as the internet and automation.     In a nutshell, the Blockchain technology makes it possible for information to be recorded and distributed, without being copied. While Blockchain has a lot of other benefits as well, the one…

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Tug-of-War: Will Blockchain Bring Data Ownership Back to Users?

    ConnecTechAsia Summit speaker, Nicole Nguyen, Head of APAC, Infinity Blockchain Ventures, shares about data ownership and how blockchain could tilt the balance in favour of the end user.   Since the advent of the internet, users have marvelled at the ability to create a persona of themselves online – be it in the first virtual communities, social networks, retail sites and multi-player games. Increasingly, a greater proportion of our personal lives and information can now be found on digital platforms.   Coupled with a plethora of emerging technologies…

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