IOTA: Promising or Polarizing?

The Internet of Things IoT stands for “The Internet of Things” and entails everything that is connected to the internet, but more broadly, it also signifies the communication between devices or machine-to-machine interaction. Early Iterations Ever since the industrial revolution, humans have largely reduced dependencies on labor-intensive modes of production by the use of machines... Continue Reading →

Airdrops and Bounties: Essential Tools for Traction

When it comes to crypto and blockchain firms, potential users will often come across two very significant terms, namely, “Airdrop” and “Bounty”. Airdrops and bounties are growth tactics used by firms (specifically by crypto and blockchain firms, pre and post-ICOs) to tap into community-generated traction. Traditionally, the word “Airdrop” corresponds to actual airdrops that were... Continue Reading →

AT&T now accepting Crypto payments via BitPay

According to an official press release on May 23, U.S. Telecom giant, AT&T, is now accepting cryptocurrency as online payment for phone bills. The bills paid using cryptocurrency will be processed by AT&T using the crypto payments platform, BitPay. BitPay is a platform that lets its users convert cryptocurrency to fiat and is used by... Continue Reading →

Saudi Arabia: World’s first Blockchain-tracked Cargo shipped to Rotterdam

In December 2018, Maersk and IBM partnered together to form TradeLens, a blockchain-based shipping solution for increased efficiency, transparency and security of global trade. Saudi customs, on Monday, reported that they successfully shipped their first blockchain-tracked shipment. All details and documents regarding shipping were handled through Fasah, an exclusive shipment tracking portal built by Saudi... Continue Reading →

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