Blockchain Explained

Thailand will use blockchain technology to trace agricultural products.

According to the Nation Thailand report, the Trade Policy and Strategy Office announced that they would use blockchain technology to trace agricultural products. The project will start with organic rice in order to build confidence among buyers.   Project to start...

Explained: How Ripple Works with Banks

Ripple is a payment processing technology that integrates directly with banks and other affiliated institutions, with faster processing times and lower costs than PayPal.   How does Ripple work? As such, most Ripple processing power comes from institutional gateway users who use...

Report: Are Monero Transactions Traceable?

Monero is often described as a “privacy coin” because of its untraceable and fungible properties. Monero is not a Bitcoin fork, nor a copy of Bitcoin’s source code.   Monero: A Privacy Coin Monero uses cryptography to protect addresses and receive addresses, as...

In Depth: Where is Blockchain Data Stored?

Blockchain storage is a way in which the data is stored in a decentralized network, which gains access to the user's hard disk to look for space to store the data. This decentralized storage structure was introduced as an...

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Bakkt officially launches Bitcoin Futures Exchange Products.

Bakkt has become the first exchange to launch the first regulated bitcoin options and cash-settled futures in the United...