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Don't HODL, BUIDL: How Blockchain Tech Will Add Value
The question is what can we solve, enhance, or deliver that will make individuals or organizations produce more, be more efficient or enjoy life more?
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Public Blockchains' Lure Will Become Irresistible for Enterprises in 2018
Decentralized public blockchains are the only way enterprises will commit to digitizing services in an interoperable manner, says EY's Paul Brody.
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2018's Challenge: Promote Responsible Blockchain Innovation
The chief innovation officer at the U.S. regulator for national banks details the agency's efforts to support fintech while still mitigating risk.
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Enterprise Blockchain Is Ready to Go Live in 2018
2018 will be the year enterprise blockchain goes live and businesses can move from experimenting to production, says Oracle's Mark Rakhmilevich.
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Tokens Will Bring Conflicts of Interest to Healthcare
ICOs and tokens may open up new modes of healthcare funding, but are there as many cons as pros?
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5 Blockchain Developments Coming in 2018
What's in store for blockchains in 2018? Infosys's Peter Loop offers a diverse selection of forecasts for the year ahead.
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Blockchain in the Boardroom: Toward Enterprise Deployment
Enterprises may have gone quiet toward the end of 2017, but that doesn't mean they won't be players in the year ahead, Accenture's Valiente argues.
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Blockchain and the Rise of Transaction Technology
Governments are centers of trust – so why would they make the leap to blockchains as a way to extend that already vital service?
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What the Data Tells Us About Bitcoin in 2017
Statistics show bitcoin is at the forefront of an increasingly complex ecosystem that continues to grow in a variety of ways. And it refuses to die.
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2018: The Year Blockchain, AI and IoT Converge
Cryptocurrencies emerged as a leading tech in 2017, but 2018 may find them merging with other technologies to become even more ubiquitous.
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