Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have become one of the hottest industries in the global markets today, but do the little-known underlying environmental costs of producing them challenge the existence of the industry?
Blockchain technology has the potential to take over much of Nasdaq’s core trading operations. How can it respond?
Pfizer is using Bitcoin technology to prevent counterfeit drug sales. Who will pay the cost for the digital supply blockchain? Will Pfizer expand its own B2C ecommerce?
Can AWS optimize its supply chains and gain reliability by leveraging decentralized file storage technology?
UPS has always been a leader with digitization in the supply chain. Can they further this trend with the same technology behind the infamous Bitcoin cryptocurrency?
The world largest container shipping company has launched a blockchain project in 2017. Is it really revolutionary or is it just another old transaction system?
A quick look at blockchain and the limitless opportunities it presents
Let’s talk about our most fundamental product and its producers; “cash, and central banks.”
In a digital world, some central banks have already developed digital currencies, and changed their operations. What’s next?
In 2009, a young entrepreneur named Ross Ulbricht took on the toughest industry around and succeeded, creating a company with $1.2 billion in yearly sales. Since then, Ross has been forcibly retired and lives in Manhattan where he will spend the rest of his life behind bars.