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Deutsche’s fuzzy concept of cryptocurrency leads to silly prediction.
Attention future PMs and kings: the Blockingdon Club awaits you.
Why Bitcoin’s Lightning Network is just another pathway back to version 1.0 of the financial system.
Technology could streamline process and open up market for creditors and borrowers
World Chess does not seem like the business to pull off a grand masterly IPO coup
President calls for more support and investment in the digital ledger technology
If that seems obvious to you, you are clearly not a bitcoiner.
Overview: the Intelligent Business report showcases dramatic changes in how organisations operate
Five case studies: distributed ledger tech applied in banking, healthcare, legal services and transport
Pioneers use tech and data to change the way we do business
Precise technological records will benefit anyone who needs to keep track, from small farmers in Africa to buyers of diamond rings
Chainvine is partnering with winemakers and merchants to put an IoT device and a QR code on each new bottle
And is not actually, in any meaningful way, blockchain-based.
Class action lawsuit filed against Tether and Bitfinex by the same lawyers who sued Craig Wright.
All served up with a sprinkling of magical blockchain dust, naturally.
Ay, ay, a scratch, a scratch.
Too many projects started with the technology rather than the solution
David Marcus says Libra is an “instrument of development” that will (somewhat paradoxically) allow Western nations to preserve their influence.
“Every stock, bond, currency, and commodity will be digitised” - Anthony Pompliano, predicting the future in 2019.
“Open source is going to outer space!”
IIN aims to speed up cross-border payments by using technology behind cryptocurrencies
“BoJo has helped Bitcoin rediscover its mojo.”
Did we hear you say blockchain, sir? FT Alphaville is here to assist you with your media coverage.
Via the magic of multiple interlocking positive feedback loops, of course.
This time an in-house dispute between management and engineer factions about the future of DLT development at R3.