Former Estonian prime minister Taavi Rõivas is joining cryptocurrency startup Lympo as the chairman of its supervisory board.
Could blockchain help China avoid its next vaccine scandal – or at the very least, allow for more conversation about such issues?
Blockchain technology could help track vaccine data and help avoid safety scandals like the one currently causing uproar in China.
Bitcoin ransomware threats last year meant many US government agencies were wary of blockchain, but the health department took a different view.
The ASX is putting its weight behind another blockchain use case, arguing it could improve existing healthcare processes.
Guardtime is to deploy a blockchain system to secure over 1 million patient records within Estonia's eHealth programme.
Matt Weiss, Dan Elitzer and Joe Gerber examine how the technology behind bitcoin could assist with emergency and long-term medical treatment.
A bitcoin advocacy group in Sierra Leone is switching its focus to a more urgent problem: the Ebola virus.
Gene and Cell Technologies, a California-based stem cell research center, now accepts bitcoin.
PhD Scientist Isaac Yonemoto hopes bitcoin will help him raise funds to work on 9DS, a cancer-fighting compound.