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Telefónica mezcla blockchain e Internet de las Cosas para fabricar coches

En la demostración, Telefónica explicó el proceso que se lleva a cabo en la planta de Seat en Barcelona y en la planta soriana de retrovisores de Ficosa. La compañía integra la tecnología de registros distribuidos blockchain y los sensores en camiones y otros elementos de la cadena de producción. read more …

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How to choose the best bitcoin or cryptocurrency exchange

The value of the global cryptocurrency market is above $700 billion, but the industry is still lightly regulated. New cryptocurrency exchanges are growing rapidly worldwide, and many are at risk for cyberattack. It's crucial that investors look for red flags when choosing a cryptocurrency exchange and do … read more …

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Cryptocurrency is a giant multi-level marketing scheme

Cryptocurrency's warning signs having been coming fast and furious. A new report indicates that half of initial coin offerings, which are the crypto world's money-raising equivalent of an IPO, have already died—and many of the remaining are blatant scams with no intent to build a product. Then there are … read more …

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Marshall Islands Plans “Initial Currency Offering” For National Cryptocurrency

The Marshall Islands is the latest country looking to issue its very own cryptocurrency. Called “the sovereign” (SOV), the cryptocurrency will circulate as legal tender alongside the USD and will be distributed to the public via an “initial currency offering,” the President of the Republic of the Marshall Islands … read more …

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Blockchain and a potential snafu with EU privacy law

A blockchain is essentially a growing, shared record of past activity that's distributed across many computers, and the whole point is that this chain of transactions (or other fragments of information) is in practice unchangeable – this is what ensures the reliability of the information stored in the blockchain. read more …

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Opinion: Blockchain will make today’s accountants (and many Wall Street jobs) obsolete

The Big Four accounting firms—Deloitte, Price Waterhouse, Ernst Young, and KPMG—seem to be taking an “if-you-can't-fight-them-join-them” approach to the onset of blockchain technology. As of mid-2017, Deloitte alone had 250 people working in distributed ledger laboratories, and the other three … read more …

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