Remote Working Proves Unexpected Hero as Half of US Economy Shifts to Home Offices
To those who believe in a digital future in which decentralization makes systems more resilient, the coronavirus crisis has expedited the inevitable.
The World Economic Forum said Monday that blockchain and digitization can help supply chains survive crises like COVID-19.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said his exchange had donated $2.4 million in crypto to buying medical supplies to fight the novel coronavirus outbreak, and plans to donate up to $5 million total.
Bitcoin donations have funded a mobile medical center used to assess Italians potentially hit by the novel coronavirus.
The American-led global order has been unraveling for 30 years, and COVID-19 may be the blow that changes it once and for all.
Bitfury has dedicated its GPU miners to the Folding@home project, which is studying the novel coronavirus in hopes of developing a vaccine.