Blockchain has grabbed the attention of the heavily regulated power industry as it braces for an energy revolution in which both utilities and consumers will produce and sell electricity. Blockchain could offer a reliable, low-cost way for financial and operational transactions to be recorded and validated across a distributed network with no central point of authority.
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After learning about the FriendUP project at the beginning of February, it was clear to me that the blockchain was evolving far faster than the rest of the world.
An Interview with Hogne Titlestad, Head of FriendUP Development Architecture: Connecting the blockchain through decentralized applications sharing - Cryptonicles.com
Friend is the world's first open source virtual cloud computer. The Friend Unifying Platform is a ready to use virtual computer. It is a liquid software solu...
Blockchain is making its way into the day-to-day legal practices of major law firms. And it’s not just a technology that law firms are learning about for client matters – blockchain could become integral to how modern legal practices will operate in the future.
How Blockchain Technology is Transforming the Legal Profession
Big Law Business - Jasmine Ye Han