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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has launched a new office to engage with cryptocurrency and blockchain startups. Called the Strategic Hub for Innovation and Financial Technology (FinHub), the division will make it easier for fintech startups to interact with the regulator on related issues and the legal implications of products before they launch them.
Announced Thursday, October 18, 2018, FinHub will serve as the central point for entrepreneurs in the fintech world, especially groups focusing on new technologies such as blockchains, artificial intelligence, digital marketplace financing and more.
Delta, a leading crypto portfolio app available both for desktop and mobile devices, has released “Delta Direct,” a new feature that allows cryptocurrency projects directly communicate with Delta’s more than 1 million users. According to a press release provided by Delta, the new feature is completely free and is now integrated directly into the app, […]
In an attempt to halt the exodus of financial innovation, Switzerland has reportedly made it easier for companies working in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space to open corporate bank accounts. According to a recent report by Reuters, the Swiss Bankers Association (SBA) issued guidelines on Friday to banks who may want to do business with […]
Humankind has always strived to better communicate with one another, more quickly, over longer distances, from the first postal systems around 2400 BCE, to smoke signals and semaphore flags, to the lanterns that spurred on Paul Revere. Few figures have been quite as influential in this arena as Thomas Edison.
Thomas Edison may not have invented the telegraph or the telephone himself, but his work progressed the technologies significantly. He once said “I start where the last man left off,” and he was true to his word, increasing the capacity of telegraph lines to carry multiple messages concurrently, and inventing an improved telephone mouthpiece which considerably lengthened the distance possible for calls and increased their clarity.
ARTiFACTS, creator of a blockchain-based platform for scholarly research, have formed a partnership to advance the use of blockchain in scholarly communications with Innovative Education Services (ies), the Asia-Pacific based consulting firm focused on enhancing quality and global visibility of Asian-Pacific scientific research. Under this partnership, ARTiFACTS and ies will work together to expand the use of blockchain technology to help academic institutions, their researchers, and funding organizations throughout the Asia-Pacific region improve speed, collaboration, access, transparency and attribution in scholarly research.
Finding the right person for a job is difficult. Using blockchain technology, Experty looks to connect people to experts in a seamless, cost-effective way.
In the world today, communication is more important than ever. 20th-century technologies like the telephone completely changed how the world talked to each other, and the internet only added to it. Now, you can send a message to anyone, anywhere in the world, essentially for free via email or text. That’s huge for so many reasons, whether you’re trying to research something new, or if you’re a firm trying to use the talents of people globally.
Multiple companies are focusing their efforts on bringing mobile Bitcoin payments to the masses. Not only established developers but also aspiring Bitcoin enthusiasts are putting their time into creating these solutions. Bitholla is a direct result of this desire to make Bitcoin a global form of currency, especially now that mobile payments are on the rise.
The concept of money has been proven to be difficult to grasp for most everyday consumers. In fact, we have no idea how money came to be to begin with, although one could argue the concept of “money” is older than even language itself. Have we been using money incorrectly all these years, and if so, what can we do to adapt?