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Blockchain
Remittance Industry - Will Ripple Replace SWIFT
Ripple is a “for profit” technology company which has developed blockchain based applications for Real Time Gross Settlements (RTGS) between Banks. Ripple has two products, xCurrent and xRapid, of which xRapid is based on Ripple’s own cryptocurrency XRP.
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Davos WEF 2019 highlights
The Theme of this year at was Globalisation 4.0: Shaping the Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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What you MUST KNOW about Dubai Blockchain Strategy 2020
Dubai Blockchain Strategy 2020 was a vision shared by HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum at the launch of the Dubai Blockchain Strategy back in 2016. We are in 2019 and naturally, the blockchain enthusiasts are waiting with bated breath for the strategy to unfold.
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How blockchain can help Fintech
The world of finance is undergoing a rapid transformation. Startups & global giants alike are implementing technology to open up new avenues. One of the technologies that I find most suitable for our discussion is Blockchain. Here I look at how blockchain can help FinTech in critical areas.
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A news journalism media business on Blockchain for Lebanon would be the best thing to happen to news journalism. Let me explain. Skeptic say no one really understand how blockchain works
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Blockchain is a technical solution to the various problems being faced in the world. Increasingly countries using blockchain for combating corruption by employing blockchain technologies in several ways.
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[:en] There is a new technology on the block. The technology will disrupt the hegemony of traditional business processes. The technology will eliminate the middlemen and is decentralised. How will this technology disrupt Banking? Blockchain is a decentralised ledger (DCL) which can record transactions and store transactions. Since it is a DCL, to change a...
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[:en] Crypto-currencies are here to stay. Crypto-currencies run on thousands of computers and is not dependent on a central server. For crypto-currencies to disappear one would need to turn off the internet which seems implausible. But the regulation of crypto-currencies can be enforced in marketplaces. Fintech companies backed by seasoned executives will lead the change...
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