E-voting to become reality soon? Here’s what Election Commission should do before going for blockchain polls
Countries such as the United States, Argentina, Russia, Estonia, Thailand and South Korea in the past have utilised the blockchain methods for conducting voting processes for their citizens
The Spanish league is the first of the top five football leagues to sign a major NFT partnership, according to Sorare, which has Griezmann as an investor and Gerard Pique as an strategic adviser.
Mining is a central operation in the Bitcoin universe as it not only facilitates the creation of new Bitcoin but also keeps the entire Bitcoin system of recording transactions running
While browsing through the Instagram handles of galleries and museums publicising online viewing rooms and socially distanced preview evenings, Mrs Q stopped at this wordy headline: A non-fungible token by American artist Beeple sold for $69 million at Christie’s — the most expensive ever sold at an auction.
LVMH, Prada use blockchain to let consumers access product information, in a bid to promote transparency
Luxury groups have long worried about fake copies of their products, and they are keen to let customers know about how they are made in order to build their brands.
Since the 17th century, tulip mania has become a byword for the irrationality of financial bubbles.
Vignesh Sundaresan and Anand Venkateswaran describe the nerve-racking final moments of the online auction for a collage of 5,000 images by the artist known as Beeple.
Decoding the allure of crypto art: Manufactured scarcity, the social construct of value drive demand for NFTs
Some crypto artists, who have felt excluded by the mainstream art world, say they have found more support in the crypto community and can now earn a living making art.
India Today Conclave: India will not 'shut off all windows' for cryptocurrency, says Nirmala Sitharaman
Speaking at the India Today Conclave on 14 March, Sitharaman said that a Cabinet note is being prepared on the issue of formulation of cryptocurrency in India
One purpose of NFTs is that they can be used to trace an object’s digital provenance, allowing a select few to prove ownership.
The company behind the stunt, called Injective Protocol, bought the screen print from a New York gallery. They then live-streamed its burning on the Twitter account BurntBanksy.
Beeple is selling these works as NFTs — nonfungible tokens — digital collectibles that use blockchain technology as authentication.
Ripple Labs mentioned that the donation in their “own backyard” was but the first step in their commitment of being a “part of the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic”.
Collaboration using blockchain technology is key to solving a lot of systemic issues in banking sector says IBM's Jitan Chandanani
In the first phase of this network, the banks set up a live network for supply-chain vendors across India to register themselves
Virgil Griffith travelled to North Korea to attend the Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference
Proponents say the blockchain will upend the financial sector by cutting out costly processes or the need for middlemen
China's digital currency will not seek full control of individuals' transaction details, says central bank official
China is preparing to be the first country to roll out a digitised domestic currency, a development that is being closely watched by the world's financial services industries
Xi Jinping said last week that China should accelerate the development of blockchain technology
Blockchain is at the same stage of development as the internet was in the 1990s: Pundi X Labs CEO Zac Cheah
How does a blockchain-powered phone work? What are its benefits? Where would we use one?
HSBC has been looking to use blockchain to streamline the paper-based and bureaucratic business of financing trade.