Middle East embraces BSV blockchain

    As the Middle East becomes a global hub in blockchain adoption, the head of the BSV Blockchain Association, Jimmy Nguyen, has presented the features of the BSV enterprise blockchain at the University of Dubai. The Association has also funded research development projects with the local universities, where students use blockchain technology. Lately, the Middle East…

    Dubai’s innovator, ICICB Group, reveals its blockchain-based services

    ICICB, a Dubai-based investment holding company, has announced a series of new innovative services, including the ICICB Chain, ICICB Metaverse, and ICICB Bank. Established in 2019, the ICICB Group sees its mission to be at the forefront of digital transformation worldwide and now has more than a hundred branch offices in over 26 countries. In…

    Ethereum vs Solana: Who Will End Up on Top in 2022?

    The two largest blockchain platforms – Ethereum and Solana – are now in a fierce confrontation. Will the technological reform and transition to Ethereum 2.0 help Ether? Or has the originally more advanced Solana network escalated its growth momentum enough to overtake ETH? What blockchain platform will become the new leader in the DeFi segment?…

    Meta: a Step Back From Blockchain

    Mark Zuckerberg’s company made a lot of noise a few years ago with an attempt to create its own stablecoin as a basis of a worldwide payment system built around Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Now, the once ambitious move has been reduced to some faint cracks at creating a kind of in-game currency for the…

    Social network on the blockchain: the quintessence of Web 3.0

    Up until just now, every popular social network was centralized, with its own administration, central servers, etc. But as Web 3.0 emerges, so do decentralized blockchain-based social media. The founder of SpaceX, Tesla CEO, and Starlink creator, Elon Musk, was recently asked whether he would consider creating a new open-source social network that prioritized freedom…

    Ex-Meta developers raise $200 million to launch Aptos blockchain

    Ex-Meta employees have secured a $200 million funding round from crypto VC giants to develop their own version of the notorious crypto project Diem. Recently, Meta (formerly Facebook) abandoned its grand plans to create a digital currency and sold the remaining assets to Silvergate Capital for $182 million. The deal showcased how Meta is left…