Rappler's latest stories on blockchain
As scholars who have studied traditional and blockchain-based voting, we believe that while blockchains may help with some specific issues, they can’t fix the basic problems with internet voting. In fact, they could make things worse.
The university, led by AMBERLab's efforts, seeks to offer blockchain-related electives by January 2019
Mainstream adoption may lower cost of remittances, extend financial inclusion to the unbanked, and accelerate digital commerce
The senator takes a jab at blockchain with his very own token
After last year's cryptocurrency boom, cryptomining profitability has significantly dropped in 2018
Cryptocurrency mining is expensive. Some hackers are secretly exploiting phones to help them mine
Many understand the internet through applications such as email, social media, or video streaming. To understand blockchain, use it, get a cryptocurrency wallet, and try making a few transactions, say Brock Pierce and Serry Osmeña
Tokens can either be a form of currency exclusively for use in a specific blockchain-based network or as a 'security' token denoting ownership of a real-life asset
Blockchain may be a key technology in modernizing the healthcare industry
Civil is a journalism platform that aims to reignite connection between readers and journalists and fix the ad-driven business model
This beginner's guide will try and simplify what blockchain technology is, how it works, and provide some of the best use cases for blockchain technology aside from cryptocurrency
The association seeks to spread understanding and adoption of blockchain technology among Filipino entrepreneurs and fintech professionals
The phone will have a universal wallet and a built-in secure hardware enclave to support cryptocurrencies and decentralized applications
Facebook is setting up a team that will explore how best to leverage blockchain technology on the platform
The study finds some 1,600 files on the bitcoin blockchain, of which 99% are texts or images. Among those files are objectionable content such as links to child pornography.
Vint Cerf warns that with net neutrality, the internet may start to resemble 'cable television' where 'services vary depending upon ability to pay'
Exposure to financial technology is increasingly becoming more important for anyone entering the financial industry
A dispute among developers of virtual currency Bitcoin gives birth to a new version of the crypto coin after they fail to agree on software changes
Although Mike Hearn has left there remains a diverse braintrust that is utterly devoted to Bitcoin and its continued well being that he vastly under represents in his writing
A blockchain is a shared encrypted ledger that cannot be manipulated offering promise for secure transactions