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‘China’s Google’ Baidu Launches Blockchain-Based Image Rights Protection Platform

Chinese internet search giant Baidu has launched a digital image property rights management platform based on Blockchain, the company announced Wednesday, April 11. The service, called Totem, timestamps each submitted original image with a real-time identity and other user data, storing it on a traceable and immutable Blockchain. According to the Baidu’s announcement, the company’s existing artificial intelligence capacities – ...

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Chinese Internet Giant Baidu Releases CryptoKitties-Style Game ‘Leci Gou’

Get Trading Recommendations and Read Analysis on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Search engine giant Baidu has launched a CryptoKitties-style blockchain application in a bid to challenge the popular — and lucrative — game for supremacy in the Chinese market. Baidu Releases CryptoKitties-Style Game ‘Leci Gou’ The app, called “Leci Gou,” features puppies instead of kittens, but the concept ...

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Chinese Internet Giant Baidu Launches Blockchain-as-a-Service Platform

Chinese Internet Giant Baidu Launches Blockchain-as-a-Service Platform Chinese web search giant Baidu (NASDAQ:BIDU) has now launched its own blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) platform, calling it the “most user-friendly” blockchain service in the industry. According to Baidu, this platform was built on the company’s self-developed project, and it can make and trace transactions related to digital currencies, digital bills, bank credit management, insurance ...

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