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Betting on a Blockchain Future

Betting on a Blockchain Future

The UAE and China have a tailor-made opportunity to benefit from a new model for interoperability that could take blockchain to the next level


Solving the Cryptocurrency Puzzle

Solving the Cryptocurrency Puzzle

The UAE's new crypto asset regulatory framework must strike the balance between providing a safe environment without stifling innovation and investment  


Dubai: Leader of the Block(chain)?

Dubai: Leader of the Block(chain)?

In early 2016, a group of information and financial technologists and public officials convened on the sidelines of the World Government Summit to discuss a new technology that had the potential to disrupt the digital landscape of the city –  blockchain.

Welcome to the Crypto Economy

Welcome to the Crypto Economy

Because of Blockchain, we're no longer bound to traditional currencies to exchange value. Anything that can be tokenised can be authenticated, exchanged and monitored in a global, indelible ledger.

Battle for the Internet

Battle for the Internet

Ninety percent of data on the internet has been created in the past two years.

Spark of Rebellion

Spark of Rebellion

Threats to our data in the ether-world parallel a more tangible threat that has dogged society for much of our modern history: the worth of money. 

Birth of Bitcoin

Birth of Bitcoin

On October 31, 2008, an email from Satoshi Nakamoto was sent to a mailing list of cryptography enthusiasts with the subject line, “Bitcoin P2P e-cash paper”

So, what is Blockchain?

So, what is Blockchain?

Extremely simplified, Blockchain is an indelible, anonymous, public ledger of every transaction you make.

The Age of Blockchain

The Age of Blockchain

The dream of a self-regulated, secure, decentralised network sparked in the 1980s, grew in the 90s, realised in the 2000s, and went mainstream in 2016.

Why Nobody Will Care in Ten Years

Why Nobody Will Care in Ten Years

If all goes according to plan Blockchain will be embedded within nearly every organisation on the planet in the next decade.