Category: DLT

Eftpos reveals plans to power Australian smart cities with blockchain tech

Eftpos reveals plans to power Australian smart cities with blockchain tech

Eftpos revealed its plans to use distributed ledger technology to power smart cities and self-driving vehicles during the Australian Blockchain Week conference. 14243 Total views 75 Total shares Australia’s leading point-of-sale technology provider Eftpos Australia has revealed ambitious plans to roll out blockchain-powered autonomous vehicles and smart cities in Australia built using Hedera’s Hashgraph. Speaking […]

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Circling back to blockchain’s originally intended purpose: Timestamping

Circling back to blockchain’s originally intended purpose: Timestamping

What was blockchain technology originally intended for? It’s generally presumed that it was created in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto as part of his white paper, creating Bitcoin (BTC). Since Bitcoin would be built on decentralized ledger technology, a blockchain needed to be established as the foundation for the cryptocurrency.  Since 2008, blockchain technology has expanded […]

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Russia’s regulatory sandbox and the implementation of blockchain tech

Russia’s regulatory sandbox and the implementation of blockchain tech

The main challenge companies face when testing and implementing innovative technologies is the need to amend existing legislation. Developing and testing new products based on distributed ledger technology requires special conditions that are often inconsistent with existing regulations. The solution to this problem would be the introduction of a special “regulatory sandbox” regime. It means […]

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Bringing carbon emissions reporting into the new age via blockchain

Bringing carbon emissions reporting into the new age via blockchain

Blockchain for supply chain management is one of the most practical business applications for large, multi-party sectors seeking trust and transparency across daily operations. As such, the mining and metals sector has now started to leverage blockchain technology to effectively track carbon emissions across complex, global supply chains.  This month, the World Economic Forum launched […]

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