Blockchain technology can enable more money to reach beneficiaries faster by increasing system efficiency whilst providing a digital solution that enables participants to validate transactions without traditional intermediaries.Read More
We at IoMob have been observing the evolution of the mobility as a service (MaaS) space for some time, and believe it can be a powerful solution to the urban mobility challenges.Read More
Australian based Academy Xi are partnering with Miss Blockchain to sponsor $1,000 scholarships for their Australian Designing for Blockchain course.
Over 10 weeks, part-time, you’ll learn how to take advantage of what is indeed the new economy. Use the latest tools and resources to develop your very own Blockchain concept. There are no course prerequisites, and expert instructors will teach you from the ground up.
The next 10 years of blockchain will be a turning point for women and gender equity as it will...Read More
As blockchain and crypto transitions from its early beginnings where most roles are technical (where women are under represented), new roles will start to emerge. Women are better represented in areas such as finance, strategy, sales and marketing. More of these roles will occur as the segment develops, presenting excellent opportunities for women.Read More
The ixo Protocol Revealed – How This Blockchain Project Is Helping The UN Achieve Its Sustainable Development Goals
With the 2030 deadline looming, we need to enlist as many global citizens as we can – if we are to make a significant dent on the $2.5 trillion estimated annual budget for the 2030 Agenda and on its 17 SDGs. We need to increase confidence in the giving process to encourage more participation and exponentially increase our chances of success.Read More
In this post, we cover Taqanu – get to know the team’s Mission and Vision, the UN Sustainable Development Goal that is relevant to this project, its current status and the career opportunities that are currently available at Taqanu. Read on and good luck on your job search!Read More
Blockchain technology has seen an explosion of use cases but one of its greatest and long-held aspirations is to advance the goal of financial inclusion in developing nations.Read More
Kyle Kemper and Dr Jane Thomason facilitated two Blockchain and CRVS labs in Ottawa this week at the Global Meeting on “Harnessing the Power: CRVS systems for 2030 Global Health Agendas.” For the uninitiated CRVS stands for Civil Registration and Vital Statistics. Central to which is identity – an obvious Blockchain use case.Read More