As for blockchain, the database technology developed to underpin digital currency bitcoin, WEF believes it will become the "beating heart" of financial services in the next few decades. The r... Read More
3. Internet of Things will be a $400 billion market by 2019. That's where all kinds of objects get sensors, apps and join the internet.
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Google’s cloud customers can also tap into the power of the TPU chips, if they’re running applications that can benefit from the chips, Greene said. Google claims TPUs can handle machine learning ... Read More
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A 'Crypto Shopping Mall' Is Being Tested in Slovenia
A major shopping center based in Slovenia is widening a cryptocurrency payments pilot.
BTC City Ljubljana, located in Slovenia's capital of Ljubljana, will allow a group of 150 people to use crypto
Under $100: Litecoin Price Hits Fresh 2018 Low
The price of litecoin (LTC), the world's sixth largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, fell to a fresh 2018 low on Wednesday.
Data from Bitfinex shows the cryptocurrency slipped to $97.0
Beyond Bitcoin: Thomson Reuters Data Now Tracking Top 100 Cryptos
Mass media and data giant Thomson Reuters is expanding its cryptocurrency sentiment data toolkit to cover 100 different coins, the company announced Wednesday.
Initially launched back in March, the
JD.com's Finance Arm to Issue Asset-Backed Securities on a Blockchain
JD Finance, a subsidiary of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, announced on Wednesday that it is planning to issue asset-backed securities (ABSs) on a blockchain.
According to a report from the Secur