Monday, January 27, 2020

Supply chains can't rely on blockchain standards set by banking, insurance

If blockchain is going to succeed in supply chain, it cannot rely on the same standards set for banking and finance applications, Gartner said in a new ...

The Kibo Code VS 7 figure cycle (January 2020): Who comes out on top?

This training program is actually based on eight weeks of the session, ... to step into an online job earning of paid advertising and affiliate marketing.

Energy Blockchain's Most Obvious Use Case Is Not What You Think

Blockchain finally seems to have found a here-and-now application in the power market — and it isn't energy trading. Instead, a select group of ...

Technical analysis, blockchain litigation edition

Murphy & McGonicle is an East Coast law firm “focused on client needs ranging from SEC to Hedge Fund to Litigation to Compliance”.

Jeff Bezos iPhone Hack: Good Advertising for Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallets

The Saudi Crown Prince allegedly hacked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' iPhone in May 2018. Two U.N. investors brought the news to light this week.

Market Insight Q&A: Steve Walker – 'Can we trust carriers' blockchain promises?'

I have had the pleasure of talking to veteran freight forwarder Steve Walker (pictured above), trying to catch up from where we left it last summer on the ...

Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China during the Tang dynasty

Zen is a school of Mahayana Buddhism that originated in China during the Tang dynasty, there known as the Chan School and later developed into various schools. It was strongly influenced by Taoist philosophy, especially Neo-Daoist thought, and developed as a distinct school of Chinese Buddhism. From China, Chán spread south to Vietnam and became Vietnamese Thiền, northeast to Korea to become Seon Buddhism, and east to Japan, becoming Japanese Zen.