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Kåre Kjelstrøm: CTO at Concordium Explains How Blockchain Tech May Enhance Social Media Platforms

We recently connected with Kåre Kjelstrøm, Chief Technology Officer at layer-1 blockchain company Concordium. Kåre, who has an MS in Computer Science from the University of Aarhus, Denmark, is leading the development of Concordium’s blockchain platform – which embeds encrypted ID into on-chain transactions in… Read More

As EU Votes to Tighten Rules on Crypto Transfers, Concordium Calls Change a Huge Challenge for Industry Participants

Last week, there was a vote at the European Parliament on crypto-assets that may have a dramatic impact on the digital asset industry. Members of European Parliament (MEPs) voted that, effectively, all crypto transfers must be tracked with buyer and seller information and made available… Read More

Polygon Introduces Web3 ID, which Reportedly Keeps Personal Details Private

The Polygon Network, a decentralized app (dApp) layer for Ethereum, has announced that “Polygon ID”, one of the first identity platforms powered by zero-knowledge (ZK) cryptography — privacy, and blockchain scaling technology, will be “ready before the year ends.” The blockchain-enabled ID for decentralized and… Read More

Kraken to Begin Supporting Mina Protocol’s MINA Token Trading on June 1, 2021

Digital asset firm Kraken says it’s pleased to confirm that deposits and withdrawals for Mina (MINA) are “now open” as of Friday (May 28, 2021). Kraken noted in a blog post that trading is scheduled to launch on June 1, 2021 at “approximately 00:00 UTC.”… Read More

Controlling What You Reveal: How Zero Knowledge Proofs are Changing How We Spend the Currency We Now Call Data

When you go to a bar and give your ID to the bartender, do you ever think about how much you’re giving away? Let’s say you use your driving license as your ID; you’re letting the bartender know that you’re not underage, but you’re also… Read More

UK-based Applied Blockchain, an Enterprise DLT Solutions Provider, Secures £2 Million in Capital via Round led by QBN Capital

UK-based Applied Blockchain, an enterprise-grade blockchain or distributed ledger tech (DLT) solutions provider, has secured £2 million (appr. $2.5 million) in capital through a new funding round. The company’s investment round was led by QBN Capital, a Hong Kong-headquartered venture capital company. Applied Blockchain’s management… Read More

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