Protecting and monetizing intellectual property is critical in media and entertainment. Blockchain technology has industry-wide benefits for media firms, potentially altering the way information is created, consumed, and secured.

While blockchain is most closely identified with cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, the new technology has the potential to enable a wide…


Blockchain technology can completely revolutionize the energy industry. Innovations such as rooftop solar panels, electric cars, and smart metering have continuously accelerated the energy market. Through its smart contracts and system interoperability, the Enterprise Ethereum blockchain now positions itself as the next rising technology to drive growth in the energy…


It would be incorrect to claim that Blockchain is today’s equivalent of the Internet’s political position in 1995. While the Internet introduced the prospect of reformation, the distinction between the two revolutionary innovations is in their respective roles — Internet in the forefront, Blockchain in the background.

As is the…


Blockchain technology has the potential to play a critical role in combating government corruption. Since incorruptibility is at its core, it enables tamper-evident record-keeping with real-time transaction transparency and auditability, as well as automated smart contract features.

Blockchain technology alone would not entirely deter crimes or thwart bad actors. Although…


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Our planet as we knew it no longer exists due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As the world shifts to fully online operations, the flaws in fractured supply chains have become abundantly clear. Surprisingly, only a few businesses have been able to successfully remodel their supply chains…


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Data and knowledge management are becoming increasingly critical for agriculture’s production and sustainability. Information and communication technology (ICT) significantly improves the effectiveness and reliability of agricultural data collection, storage, analysis, and use. It enables agricultural players and farming communities to access up-to-date knowledge and make more…


The meteoric rise of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum has engulfed the financial industry. Regardless of the future of bitcoin and its peers. The underlying technology, blockchain, is unquestionably going to thrive and will undoubtedly make inroads into any field. …


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Blockchain, or distributed ledger technology (DLT), revolutionized data and process management by providing unprecedented transparency, security, and accountability.

Blockchain technology has a wide range of applications in Human Resources. Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 40% of large businesses will be using an HR solution…


Early adopters are already adopting blockchain solutions in HR. These use cases give a taste of what’s to come for human resource professionals.

By 2030, Gartner expects that blockchain would produce $3.1 trillion in market value. A portion of these returns will be generated by value creation and productivity improvements…


It is estimated that developed countries spend approximately 20% of their GDP on healthcare. If that statistic wasn’t shocking enough, remember that the industry is already afflicted by skyrocketing healthcare rates, outdated procedures, and frequent privacy breaches. …

Renato Zamagna

Finance, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, and Data Security researcher, writer, and educator. www.linkedin.com/in/rzamagna

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