Blockchain-Powered City by 2020? Dubai Wants to make it Happen

Over the last decade, Dubai has almost always been used as a reference to the billionaire lifestyle. Yachts, private planes, jets, god knows how many stars-hotels and all that jazz. The city is one of the most desired tourist destinations due to the luxury and futuristic outlook. That alone is not enough and there are

Facebook Jobs Related to Blockchain are Going UP

There is a lot of prestige and responsibility when it comes to working for a global giant like Facebook, Google or Amazon. When it comes to relatively new technology, these companies have the resources to acquire top talent. Facebook jobs related to blockchain have been rumored to be growing in demand. At the moment, Facebook

JP Morgan Chase: 3 Company stocks that will benefit from Blockchain

One of the largest Financial Institutions in the world, J.P. Morgan Chase believes in Blockchain technology and its usecases. The investment bank has pinpointed recently three public companies, which according to the company’s financial experts, will benefit greatly from applying blockchain technology to their applications. Clients were informed by a note about the investment bank’s forecast

Blockchain Tech Attracting More Experts From Big Companies

Adaptation is always key to success. It’s completely normal that when blockchain tech started really heating up, a lot of top-tier Silicon Valley talent began to “migrate”. To many experts’ surprise, despite the harsh market conditions this trend hasn’t slowed down one bit. For the majority of people, leaving a job at a company like

Azure Blockchain to be Integrated into Nasdaq’s Financial Framework

Microsoft has just shared exciting news about their Azure Blockchain echnology. The company plans to integrate the technology into the stock exchange Nasdaq’s Financial Framework (NFF). According to yesterday’s press release, Microsoft will integrate the blockchain service with NFF. The technology will provide software for the trading infrastructure and operations outsourcing. Additionally, Nasdaq’s risk and