SINGAPORE, Feb. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Marking the 10 year anniversary of blockchain technology, Blockchain Centre, the world’s first non-profit blockchain knowledge hub, has launched Blockchain Centre Singapore. With centres in Australia, China, Colombia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Russia, UAE, and the USA, Blockchain Centre Singapore joins the first-ever global network that connects blockchain ecosystems in every region around the world. In Singapore, Blockchain Centre seeks to:… Continue reading Global, Non-Profit Blockchain Knowledge Hub Launches In Singapore
(Source:CoinTelegraph) The Food and Drug Administration of the Chinese Chongqing Yuzhong District is going to apply blockchain technology to its operations, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, The People’s Daily, reports on Jan. 31. Blockchain will purportedly be applied by the agency to strengthen the supervision of food and drug quality assurance with better traceability of the product life… Continue reading Chinese District Food and Drug Administration to Use Blockchain for Quality Assurance
China has released its annual blockchain rankings with EOS coming in at the top of the list while Bitcoin is ranked 15th.
(Source: China Daily) High-tech company Guiyang Sensing Technology Co - located in Guiyang - has made great strides in its face recognition technology and its applications, helped by the city's favorable investment, industrial environment and its strong support for developing its big data industry. Founded by parent group Beijing Sensing Technology Co in September 2017,… Continue reading Guiyang flexes its muscles with major advances in big data face technology
Buzzwords heard around the finance world such as Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Security Token Offerings (STOs), blockchain, etc. have forever changed the landscape of the financial sector. New technology introduced by a simple 9 paged white paper over 10 years ago that made a tremendous impact that would have only been a dream when written. Technological progress may… Continue reading Financial sector forever changed from evolving Disruptive Technology
US-based automobile manufacturer Ford, US technology major IBM, South Korean cathode manufacturer LG Chem and China-based Huayou Cobalt have teamed up to launch a pilot blockchain project to track supplies of cobalt from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Overseen by sourcing group RCS Global, the project aims to aid manufacturers in ensuring that the… Continue reading International project launched to use blockchain to track DRC Cobalt