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Top 5 Countries With a Higher Money Supply Than Bitcoin

Some people often like to compare the value of all Bitcoins with the monetary supply across different countries. Although the real purpose of such comparisons remains a bit unclear, there are some interesting statistics to keep tabs on. Bitcoin’s money supply is currently ranked 6th in the world, trailing these following five countries. #5 Russian Federation Given Russia’s position in ...

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Here’s How Blockchain Will Remove Inefficiencies in Global Mining Supply Chains

A report published yesterday by international law firm White & Case claims that blockchain technology could help improve transparency and remove inefficiencies from the global mining supply chain. It states that the industry’s adoption of the innovation backing Bitcoin is a matter of “when, not if.” Blockchain Looks Set to Disrupt Traditional Mining Industry The report was produced by Rebecca ...

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Tradeshift CEO: Blockchain Not Mature Enough to Support Global Supply Chains

The CEO and co-founder of digital invoicing firm Tradeshift has stated that blockchain has great potential for making supply chains cheaper and more efficient. However, Christian Lanng also believes that the technology is too immature and not cannot scale sufficiently for the role at present. Blockchain Needs to Scale Before It Finds Global Use in Supply Chains Lanng spoke to ...

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Tradeshift CEO Prudent on Blockchain Supply Chain Potential

Digital invoicing startup Tradeshift CEO Christian Lanng countered “hype” over blockchain’s role in supply chains Wednesday, September 19, telling CNBC the technology “wasn’t ready yet.” In an interview at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin, China, Lanng highlighted the use cases for blockchain in areas such as identity and certifications, but argued supply chains were too much of a challenge ...

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Diar Report Reveals 30% of Bitcoin Supply is Lost or Yet to be Mined

A recent report by cryptocurrency research publication Diar has revealed some interesting statistics about Bitcoin wallets and the nature of their owners. The findings show that the majority of Bitcoin is held in a small number of wallets and many of these have had no outgoing transactions even despite the 2018 bear market. Resolve Amongst Long-Term Holders Seems Strong The ...

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6 Cryptocurrencies With The Highest Supply Cap by 2050

Cryptocurrencies have very interesting features and aspects which make them all unique. Although the total supply of Bitcoin is going up rather slowly, other currencies will not see a similar fate. By 2050, the following coins will have reached a massive total supply. They are ranked from low to high based on the total number of tokens by 2050, assuming ...

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Walmart’s Latest Blockchain Patent Lets Robots Conduct Deliveries Across Supply Chain

U.S. retail giant Walmart has applied to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) to patent a blockchain system for deliveries, according to an official patent document released August 30. The new patent aims to provide a technology for running “in-field authenticating of autonomous electronic devices” to enable secure deliveries. The patent specifies that “[i]n exemplary embodiments, two autonomous electronic ...

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Oil Prices are Surging Again as Supply Pressures Build

Gold’s brisk selloff deepened Thursday, as investors put higher interest rates on the front burner following two days of testimony from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. Gold Price Levels According to Bloomberg data, the price of gold bottomed at $1,212.70 a troy ounce on Thursday, extending a three-month selloff that has shaved 11% from the yellow metal’s value. Gold peaked ...

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Major Players Use Blockchain to Streamline Agribusiness’ Creaking Supply Chain

Agriculture is proving to be one of the most promising sectors for the growth and implementation of blockchain technologies. The mammoth industry suffers from a number of endemic issues. Agricultural trade relies on complex relationships between farmers and retailers, as well as convoluted supply chain procedures which can complicate payments and product providence. As demand for agricultural trade becomes increasingly ...

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