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A coalition led by Energy Web has launched the Crypto Climate Accord, which asks parties to agree to ambitious goals - and choose how to achieve them.
There are inefficiencies, challenges and risks associated with what underlies capital markets: key question is whether DLT is the tech to address them.
There has been a shift toward digital payments during the COVID-19 pandemic, and central bank digital currencies (CBDC) and stablecoins are growing in use.
There has been scepticism surrounding NFTs; however, some experts believe that they are not just a passing fad. Here's what you need to know.
Blockchain technologies are connecting global financial systems so they are easily interoperable, efficient, affordable and accessible.
Advanced technology in smart cities can play a key role in managing efficient urban expansion, but interoperability and openness are essential for success.
Blockchain’s potential uses extend far beyond digital currencies, from food to photography and vaccines to patents.
Lacking in today’s human resource processes are the visibility, traceability and verifiability necessary to meet the needs of a global economy.
NFT stands for 'Non-fungible token' and is a tradeable, digital ownership certificate representing the ownership of a unique asset.
OriginTrail – a data authentication platform for global supply chains – proposed the idea on UpLink, the World Economic Forum’s crowdsourcing platform for innovations.
As digital currencies are poised to have an impact on global financial systems, design, governance and liquidity are among the key principles in focus.
Even while the world has been wrestling with the pandemic, the pace of work in the blockchain ecosystem has been accelerating and promises to continue.
The pandemic has disrupted supply chains and global commerce, driving innovation in the TradeTech field.
Analysis from the World Economic Forum and the Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) found four key insights to guide future blockchain regulation.
It has been difficult to connect blockchains with existing systems, slowing down adoption. Blockchain oracles provide the infrastructure to fill this gap.