A critical look at the reasons behind the change in dialogue surrounding blockchain and distributed ledger tech.
Many optimistic claims are made for applications of blockchain, but hyping the tech is not the best way forward, argues Sebastien Meunier.
Why corporations need to think bigger to maximize the benefits of blockchain.
The Smart Dubai initiative is on the hunt for startups to take part in a new blockchain contest, offering prizes of up to $20,000 for the winner.
An effort to prohibit the tracking of firearms with distributed ledgers has progressed to the state’s Senate.
While blockchain startups are targeting the hedge fund industry, venture capital may be a better place to focus efforts, says Noelle Acheson.
Nelson Rosario ponders why we have developed so many terms for what is effectively the same technology – bitcoin.
One of the UK’s largest telecoms, BT, is seeking a patent for a security system aimed at preventing malicious attacks on blockchains.
Jens Albers examines how he believes the rise of populism in politics could be undone by blockchain technology.
Do 2016’s political changes foreshadow blockchain’s impact? Cryptiv’s CEO argues the two might be more intertwined than one might think.