Tag: blockchain

19Jul
blockchain could help the refugee

Three Issues With Which The Blockchain Could Help The Refugee Community

 

The underlying technology of the bitcoin “blockchain” has become a significant invention of our time, with high potential to disrupt a large number of today’s industries and change the lives of many, including the refugee community. Blockchain technology can help save the lives of millions of refugees by solving some of the most critical problems they face. Here are three ways the blockchain could help refugee and tackle these issues:

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19Feb

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What it means to the MENA Region!

 

The MENA region has its fair share of initiatives to move towards the 4th industrial revolution – Dubai has launched the blockchain council and some Arab countries are willing to transfer to self-driving cars so what could be the outcomes of these to the region? What could it hold up?

This year, I’ll be at World Government Summit and the first Arab Youth Forum in Dubai on Feb. 12–14, which brings government, futurism, technology and innovation together under one roof. These events set the tone for the impacts of technology on businesses, governments, and societies.

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27Nov

What is blockchain? And Why You Should be Excited About It?

 

I published this article first at Wamda

Over the past few years, blockchain technology has moved from the fringes to something that can have real impact on all parts of our lives. This isn’t just overstatement. I believe the blockchain is going to be the next thing.

What is blockchain technology?

A blockchain is a simple distributed digital database, the most famous of which is the bitcoin blockchain which first appeared in 2009.

Blockchains are public, as anyone can view the information stored in them at any time. Every new transaction or piece of information is broadcast to a peer-to-peer network, members of which verify it and add its as a new block to the chain.

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