Friday, 26 April 2019

Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, quantum computing and blockchain could disrupt business and security in the next few years.

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is calling on businesses to collaborate on standards that describe digital currencies and other assets for business use so they work across platforms, regardless of the type of blockchain involved.

The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have joined forces to launch “Learning Coin”, a so-called “quasi-cryptocurrency” with its own private blockchain. News of the quasi-coin first appeared on Friday, April 12th, in the Financial Times.

Sports betting software and trading services provider Amelco has launched a bitcoin betting product that allows punters to bet on the short-term fluctuations of the cryptocurrency over a set time period, such as a minute.

It’s ugly. It’s comical. It’s tragic.

UK’s departure from the European Union has at some point of time, been described as one or all of the above.

Although 2018 saw a continuation of the “crypto fever” from the prior year, experienced alternative asset market participants understood that the one-way ride couldn’t last forever. As regulators worldwide began to clamp down on crypto markets, many lamented that the crypto party was over.

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