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Forbes to Launch Under 30 List on Ethereum Blockchain to Permanently Record Data

The Forbes Under 30 List, including all categories and individual profiles are available on the Ethereum blockchain for permanence. Forbes has announced the launch of its annual Under 30 list on the Ethereum blockchain. The announcement represents news of the first time a publication like this is launching on the blockchain and is

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Stakeholder urges swift implementation of Nigeria’s blockchain policy

A stakeholder in the blockchain and fintech ecosystem has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to implement regulations that will foster the widespread integration of the approved blockchain policy in the country. The National Blockchain Policy offers economic growth, job creation, and financial inclusion potential. The President of the Stakeholders

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Future of business through the synthesis of blockchain technology, data and AI

In the current period, blockchain technology is predominantly used for financial transactions. However, there are emerging trends that are redefining the application of blockchains with purposes like fraud detection, AML and supply chain management.  As emerging technologies take a big piece of global attention, all eyes are now on the

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Billionaire Mark Cuban eyes blockchain use for real-estate innovation

Tech entrepreneur and billionaire Mark Cuban expressed interest in a transformative crypto real estate project to integrate smart contracts and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to facilitate construction and urban development. This development follows a proposal by Jason Calacanis, a serial entrepreneur, to build ten new cities across the US, each housing a

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Blockchain developers must pull crypto out of its money laundering peril

Disclosure: The views and opinions expressed here belong solely to the author and do not represent the views and opinions of crypto.news’ editorial. A recent landmark report from Elliptic revealed an eye-popping $7 billion in illicit crypto assets has been laundered through cross-chain services. What does that actually mean? Essentially,

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