Logistics, Payments and Healthcare: Where Will We Use Blockchain Technologies in 5 Years

Author Guy Yanpolskiy Blockchain technologies are rapidly developing and penetrating other areas. And if two or three years ago the blockchain was used mainly for the creation and turnover of cryptocurrency, today the technology is used in logistics, the financial sector, data protection, and other industries. I have identified five main areas where the blockchain will be used in the next 5 years. Healthcare The coronavirus epidemic has shown the importance of consolidating and storing information. China has become one of the first countries to use blockchain technology to track…

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Coinbase Actively Building Crypto Hub in India, Looking to Hire ‘Hundreds’ of People

The Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase is actively building a cryptocurrency hub in India. The company says it has “ambitious plans” for the South Asian crypto hub and is looking to hire for many positions, including hundreds of engineers. Coinbase Has ‘Ambitious Plans’ for Its Indian Crypto Hub Coinbase published a blog post on Friday, authored by Pankaj Gupta, the company’s VP of Engineering and Site Lead in India. Gupta joined Coinbase about two months ago “to establish and lead a new tech hub for Coinbase in India,” he explained, elaborating:…

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STUD Token: NFT Marketplace, Gamification, and Global Reward System

Learning does not have to be boring.  Studyum is creating a unique opportunity for learners to create, trade, and earn NFT crypto collectibles. The rise in the popularity of NFTs over the past year is bringing a lot of attention to projects which have actively developed and integrated NFTs into their platforms. Studyum always envisioned leveraging the power of NFTs to build a more engaging and rewarding learning environment for their users.  What are non-fungible tokens (NFTs)?   NFTs are unique digital representations of information stored on digital ledgers/blockchains. They…

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‘Investors stay clear’: UBS warns regulators could pop ‘bubble-like crypto markets’

UBS has joined the phalanx of banks expressing concern over their customers investing in digital assets. Swiss multinational investment banking giant, UBS, has warned its clients that crypto assets cbe unsuitable for professional investors if regulatory pressure continues. In a note sent to clients last week, the global wealth management team at UBS said China’s latest crackdown had hurt crypto prices and operators, cautioning that further regulatory pushback worldwide could exacerbate the downward pressure on digital asset prices: “Regulators have demonstrated they can and will crackdown on crypto, so we…

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