This Week in Blockchain 01.11.19

This Week in Blockchain 01.11.19

Blockchain Resources The Enterprisers Project reached out to eleven blockchain leaders to find out where the public can discover important resources for understanding this technology. There are great suggestions for Open edX courses, a paper by the Technology Policy...
Blockchain and Health Care

Blockchain and Health Care

The most shared story in my Nuzzel feed today looks into pricing at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, recently renamed after the Facebook founder’s $75m contribution. After a bike accident left 24-year-old Nina Dang with a broken arm, she was sent...
This Week in Blockchain 01.04.19

This Week in Blockchain 01.04.19

Cyber Blues We always hope that a new year will wipe the slate clean, but over at Techcrunch, the situation regarding cybersecurity has been reversed. Security editor Zack Whitaker expects there will be more data leaks and exposure this year, not less. While basic...
Will blockchain see mass adoption in 2019?

Will blockchain see mass adoption in 2019?

While we’ve felt slight warming in this “crypto winter,” the past few months have been an awakening for many blockchain and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. Yet all is not lost. As many figures have expressed, the drop in Bitcoin and Ethereum (along with...
This Week in Blockchain 12.28.18

This Week in Blockchain 12.28.18

Swytch in 2019 Our friends at Swytch capped off a remarkable year with solar development projects in Puerto Rico and South Korea, which will continue (and expand) in the new year. In Q4 the company launched its enterprise-scale product, which they plan on extending...
RCast 11: Stronger United

RCast 11: Stronger United

Subscribe to RCast on iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher All technologies are extensions of ourselves. What we put into them is what we’ll receive. In this year-end podcast, Derek Beres discusses the necessity of a unified collective for success in blockchain—and...