Switzerland’s Crypto Valley is continuing to grow despite the Covid-19 pandemic, with its top 50 companies increasing in value by more than $200 billion in less than one year.
There are fears that voting on the blockchain might not be practical. Instead, the real value of this technology may be linked to counting ballots afterwards.
The blockchain, which had been touted for its ability to handle a high volume of transactions, was slowed to a crawl by an unusually high number of transactions.
Amazon and eBay don’t appear to be in a hurry to start accepting crypto. Does the digital assets sector need to create a platform of its own?
Australia’s eSafety Commissioner has suggested blockchain-based digital IDs as a potential solution to fight online abuse and trolling.
The Shanghai government has invested over $5 million in Conflux while putting the project on a list of 57 companies that focus on emerging technologies.
With the decentralized application space evolving rapidly, let’s take a look at some of the best examples that caught our attention in 2020.
The dedicated office would oversee “all non-defense related deployment and activities related to blockchain technology within the Federal Government.”
2020 saw a number of celebrities make waves in the crypto space, from crypto-powered cities and SEC lawsuits to Bitcoin newcomers.
2020 has been a stellar year for blockchain technology, laying important foundations for the year ahead.