The new approach will see deliveries tracked via blockchain, allowing issues such as E. coli outbreaks to be easily traced and dealt with.
Bots, machine learning and distributed ledgers all have great potential to streamline financial services, if we keep in mind the people using them.
Urbanization across the planet means exploding demand for new infrastructure – but distributed ledger technology promises access to much wider sources of capital that can help fund it.
Blockchain and cryto-related companies have seen a 280% rise in venture capital raised this year compared to last.
Developing a new drug today takes anywhere from 10 to 12 years and costs between $1 billion and $2 billion. Blockchain offers a novel way to save time and money in the four most expensive...
Increasing adoption of cryptocurrencies will bring markets, institutions and infrastructure together in a multi-polar, complex and interconnected world, writes Axel Lehmann of UBS.
The secure ledger will give consumers control of their energy requirements and consumption.
A new study from Nature looks at the energy required to digitally mine Bitcoin compared to physically mining rare elements.
From same-sex mice becoming parents to small-town Chinese gaining a taste for luxury, here are October's top stories from the Middle Kingdom.
It can save public and financial institutions billions, while introducing greater accountability, policing corruption and enabling more people to access money.
Courts in the Fourth Industrial Revolution will involve virtual supply chains, blockchain-encoded smart contracts, AI-enabled judges and lawyers, and digital currency-based fines and paym...
From enhancing transparency to lowering transaction costs, here are some of the ways blockchain can play its part as we bid to meet the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Blockchain could be a a wild card that disrupts the way we tackle climate change and other environmental challenges.
The era of the 'paper monster' is over: new analysis shows that distributed ledgers will drastically reduce waste, delays and fraud in global trade.
Long waits and air travel go hand-in-hand. But new technologies promise the best of both worlds: top-notch security and a much-improved experience for travellers.