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Dec 18

Blockchain as the Newest RegTech Application – An Opportunity to Reduce Financial Institutions’ Burden of KYC

By Ashay Badikana | Blockchain

Regulatory challenges have often caused unnecessary inconvenience and delays within the financial services industry across the world. Compliances issues affect every financial service today, and many businesses have often paid enormous amounts in terms of fines, legal fees, and loss of business. The need for compliance and stringent regulations are necessary, especially in a world […]

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Dec 10

No Worries About Diamond Tracing With This New Revolutionary Technology

By Vageesh P B | Blockchain

Tracing of high-value, priced items is turning out to be one of the most sought after use cases of blockchain technology.  There is always a doubt around precious objects like gems, diamonds, and rare metals about their authenticity and quality. Concerns surround counterfeit jewelry and false claims on quality. As a consumer, you would want […]

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Oct 15

Blockchain Smartphones: An Exploration of Several Market Offers

By Shyam Purkayastha | Blockchain

Blockchain technology first gained worldwide notice through the launch of Bitcoin. For many, the financial industry is at the top of the list anytime blockchain technology is mentioned. Currently, the technology has progressed beyond the cryptocurrency field and into a multitude of sectors. Smartphone industries are joining the blockchain bandwagon with several tech giants revealing […]

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Sep 03

Blockchain Waste Management | One Man’s Rubbish is Another One’s Treasure

By Shyam Purkayastha | Blockchain

We are building mountains. But not the stunning natural wonders that you may think of. No, instead, we are building mountains of trash, and it’s getting worse. As the population of the Earth continues its steady ascent, the World Bank Group estimates that waste generation will reach 2.2 billion metric tons of rubbish by 2025. […]

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