Blockchain predictions for 2019: Crypto market crash has created “window of focus on underlying technology”, investors to gravitate towards STO fundraising model

As 2018 quickly draws to a close, we have included a selection of commentary below from a variety of industry experts from companies utilising blockchain technology to reflect on the year that was, as well as provide insight on what the next 12 months could potentially hold for blockchain.   Among the topics that are explored include the highlights and low points of 2018, trends and developments to look out for in 2019, short- and long-term predictions for blockchain, the implications of traditional/institutional investors entering the space, as well as…

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DECEMBER 2018 – Bitcoin, Crypto, Blockchain and ICO weekly news headlines

Can’t keep up the enormous amount of crypto news out there? Make sure you bookmark this article so that you can keep tabs on the top news headlines for the weeks in December 2018… watch the short videos below!         State-owned Russian bank Sberbank with participation from Region Brokerage Company and the country’s National Settlement Depository (NSD), it settled the “world’s first” three-way over-the-counter (OTC) repo using a smart contract. Ethereum (ETH) core developers agreed to launch the Constantinople  hard fork at block 7,080,000, as decided in…

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How Echolocation Inspired Lidar and the Technologies Behind It

  Most people know that dolphins use echolocation to find things in their environment. The clicking noises they emit bounce off objects under the water and travel back to the smart mammal. This helps them measure size and distance between them and far away objects. But echolocation is not limited to dolphins. This brilliant use of sound as a directional tool can be used by many species and has even been developed as a new form of radar called “Lidar”.   What Is Echolocation? The idea of echolocation is simple:…

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RFID Sensor – A Technology of the Present and Future

  Identifying physical objects through our senses is such a wonderful experience. We see, touch and feel, hear, smell, and taste objects to recognize objects around us and then give them a label. Just like humans, computers too can identify things – not from their senses, but sensors. One of the best-known technologies for sensing things is radio frequency identification or RFID. Recently making its entry into mainstream applications, the technology has made the handling of manufactured goods much faster. Unlike bar-code readers, it does not need a line of…

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True Innovation Enters the Instant Messaging Market – Blockchain Authenticated, Decentralized, Anonymous Messenger

Worlds First Blockchain Authenticated, Decentralized, Anonymous Messenger. The Crypviser Secure Instant Messenger is a Premium Communications Tool primed to fill the need for True Private and Secure Instant Messaging.     By combining the power of Blockchain Technology, and embracing decentralisation, Crypviser has created the Crypviser Secure Messaging Protocol. The core technology of Crypviser provides a new generation of automated True End to End encryption with disruptive authentication algorithms and public-keys distribution through the blockchain.       CSMP was developed to handle the challenges of a secure communication channel for IoT devices, medical wearable devices,…

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How IoT Is Turning Education Sector Upside Down

  Relationship between IoT and Education sector   The Internet is widely known for connecting people worldwide but, it has never been considered a very famous source of education. With changing of ideas and development of society, the internet is being realized as an important source of not only communication and entertainment but also education, healthcare and customer services. Due to which the education sector is adapting IoT at a higher pace.       IoT (Internet of things) is rapidly increasing its potential in many industries. Education, being the…

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NOVEMBER 2018 – Bitcoin, Crypto, Blockchain, ICO Weekly News Headlines

Can’t keep up the enormous amount of crypto news out there? Make sure you bookmark this article so that you can keep tabs on the top headlines for the week… watch the short videos below! #5 Week ending 30 November 2018 Bitcoin has it’s worst month, the ETF battle continues and Blockchain applications surge ahead     Bitcoin just ended its worst-performing month in seven years (36%) in terms of month-over-month price declines The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. and music producer…

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Mobile Phone Accessories That Seem Far Better Than Mobile Itself

  The recent launch of new smartphones has awed every gadget freak in the world. The flagships such as iPhone and Samsung as well as the flagship killers such as OnePlus has somehow managed to jam octa-core processor, humongous RAM, unlimited cloud storage, and–let’s not forget–long-lasting battery backup in one ultra-slim smartphone. People are well-acquainted with the pros and cons of these devices and now look beyond the basic functions of a cell phone. However, the mobile accessories companies are not far behind in the market and have been developing…

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Bitcoin’s 10th year anniversary – New era of Technological Innovation and Global Disruption

  Enthusiasts and critics alike analyse blockchain’s evolution: from its inception and tremendous rise to the current state of the industry — one that is faced with challenges including regulatory uncertainty, security concerns, and issues with scalability.   What the future holds for decentralised technologies and crypto-assets?  Industry leaders comment on the rise and fall of bitcoin over the past decade, what systemic problems have contributed to the rise of blockchain technology, where we stand in terms of mainstream adoption, and an insight into what the future could hold for…

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Rise in AI and Emergence of Quantum Computing Drive the Deep Learning Chip Industry

  The dream of building objects of intelligence that mimic humans has existed for a long time. While most of them appear in sci-fi movies, in recent years, humans have started making intelligent machines that carry out tasks just as humans do. This is a field known as artificial intelligence (AI). Deep learning is nothing but a subcategory of machine learning (ML), which is a branch of AI. ML enables a machine to learn from data accessed by algorithms, which are created by human programmers.   Deep learning is a…

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