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"BAT is positioned to reform the ad-tech ecosystem because it can privately monitor and anonymously confirm user intent at the browser level which allows for the development of rich metrics for user attention."
Canada’s securities regulator has said that for FinTech to develop new solutions using the blockchain it needs open access to data, in a white paper.
"In a bid to further expand the sector between the two nations, regulators in the U.K. and Canada signed an agreement earlier this month."
Deloitte's employee-only restaurant in its Toronto offices will now begin accepting bitcoin for lunch.
"One of the ‘Big Four’ accounting giants, Deloitte made headlines after installing a bitcoin ATM (BTM) at its Toronto offices in September last year."
Bitcoin price is back to consolidation mode and is moving inside a new symmetrical triangle pattern.
"RSI is somewhere around the middle, reflecting sideways action, but also appears to be pointing slightly lower as well."
As Uber approaches what is expected to be the hottest IPO of 2017, questions about its business model and practices are mounting.
"As Uber approaches what is expected to be the hottest IPO of 2017, questions about its business model and practices are mounting."
And Bank of England trials artificial intelligence and blockchain in bid to stay ahead of the pack.
"The former chairman of Volkswagen, Ferdinand Piëch, is in talks to sell the vast majority of his shares in Porsche Automobil Holding SE, the holding company that controls the carmaker."
It takes just about 27 days for the Moon we all know and love to make its way around the Earth, but it's going to take far longer for a giant model of the Moon to do the same.
"The mini Moon has already visited France, the UK, Belgium, and the Netherlands, and will hop between festivals in Europe for much of the remainder of 2017."
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel systems in tourism and hospitality for March 2017.
" Professionals worldwide share their lessons learned and give actionable advice. "
Financial markets in Greece A strained and chocked financial sector, functioning under Capital Controls for two years (this June) that has priced in the probability of a Grexit (for the third time in 7 yrs). All banks, except for Alpha Bank (Euros 1,63), have become penny stocks with National Bank of Greece trading around 0,25…
"Greece has the potential to become a Fintech hub, starting from the necessity to solve many problems that are idiosyncratic to the current conditions."
"Once the world’s largest computer trade expo, CeBIT has progressed from its traditional roots into themes such as IoT, R&D and start-up innovation."
A blockchain partnership spearheaded by Foxconn could have ripple effects for global supply chains and lending, CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson argues.
"A combination of high-profile scandals, intensifying regulation and an increasing default rate is encouraging a contraction in the number of platforms."
China-based bitcoin startup BTCC is formally launching its feature-packed Mobi payments app today.
"In earlier statements, BTCC CEO Bobby Lee said that one of the major elements of the product was a focus on ease of access."
The developers behind an alternative bitcoin software took steps today to allay fears that an upgrade to its code would be disruptive to the market.
"The exchanges indicated at the time that they could not "wait for a winner to emerge" given the pressures of a 24-hour market."
Australia's top securities watchdog is looking to boost its engagement with companies working with blockchain.
"Additionally, ASIC detailed a 12-month exemption for eligible small businesses that serve up to 100 retail clients."
The volatility in ether prices is subsiding after the market hit a series of all-time highs last week.
"Vinny Lingham, an investor and entrepreneur, stated that "concern over a hard fork" in bitcoin is one factor that has led to an increase in ether prices."
More than 25 companies and organizations are taking part in a blockchain proof-of-concept spearheaded by the Japan Exchange Group (JPX).
"The Japan Securities Dealers Association, an industry self-regulatory organization (SRO), is also taking part."
An administrative platform for decentralized autonomous corporations built on ethereum has rolled out new alpha software.
"The alpha software has been released for MacOS, Linux and Windows."
Traders have been preparing for a potential split in the bitcoin network.
"Recent weeks have seen a recasting of the scaling debate, with miners and developers largely backing separate paths forward for the network."
With 80 banks already among its members, distributed ledger consortium R3 is now setting its sights on bringing more regulators into the fold.
"In conversation with CoinDesk, Rutter explained how the RegNet participants would meet in parallel with the banking membership."
Circle has suggested in an email to users that, in order to avoid the consequences of a potential hard fork, they may want to to sell their bitcoin.
"Miners and developers are now showing a determination to back separate roadmaps for the technology"
" The most successful solutions will solve specific problems for banks and attract a large enough network to create widespread benefits. "
The blockchain isn't just for Bitcoin transactions. Advertisers can no longer ignore blockchain's huge implications for the world of marketing.
"This spreadsheet is stored simultaneously on a bunch of different computers and is encrypted."
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"This eliminates the need for trusted intermediaries to authenticate and settle transactions."
"They are more exposed to corruption and crime, including people trafficking and slavery."
The BRI has raised $2 million, co-founder Don Tapscott said.
"Don Tapscott said the institute will hire about 30 of “the world’s leading experts” on a contract basis to conduct 30 projects."