PwC predicts blockchain could add $1.76tn — or 1.4 per cent of global gross domestic product — to economic output over the next decade
In the post-COVID–19 business landscape, technologies will play a critical role in enabling enterprises to create scalable business impact and design highly personalised offerings.
However, there are limitations to AI algorithms, which makes seamless collaboration between technology and human expertise an essential requirement
AI & Blockchain has high potential in improving efficiencies for financial services firms.
Anonymity is offered, but with virtually no know-your-customer (KYC) requirement, traceability becomes challenging
We spoke to Kusal on the sidelines of traders' carnival in Jaipur in March, and he confessed that if he was not an Algo trader or into trading then he would want to get into genetic engineering.
The Supreme Court ruling might have come a bit too late for an industry which had been gripped with fear, uncertainty and lack of clarity from the regulators.
It is about time the governments, regulators and lawmakers around the world spend requisite time and effort in understanding this, instead of knee-jerk reactions and blanket bans.
The Supreme Court judgment paves the way for the revival of the cryptocurrency ecosystem in India only theoretically. Whether or not it will be catalytic to the crypto-industry will have to be seen.
The applications of Blockchain have advanced greatly today, and we are seeing an increase in adoption, especially in cross-enterprise use-cases.
With the pan India launch, the company plans to deploy 1 lakh ATP Kiosk, PoS devices and mobile vans in the next 3 years.
QEDIT is an enterprise solution provider that uses privacy-enhancing technology and Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) cryptography to help companies transact and leverage their business data in a privacy-compliant manner, Mphasis said.
Here are some of the top technologies that have been instrumental in transforming businesses so far, and are likely to continue to expand in their application to improve capabilities in 2020.
Judicial pendency is one of the biggest problems in India with over 35 million cases pending in courts. Speedy justice is indispensable for the efficacy of the law, and for that modern tech, such as AI, can help.
Once perceived as an open, permissionless age of information and communication, Internet has evolved into a network pervaded by pockets of centralized and closed systems to capture value - often with overlooked and adverse consequences. Here's how Blockchain is changing all of that.
Earlier this year, Ripple made an initial investment of USD 30 million in MoneyGram equity.
The US-China trade war could become yesterday’s news if the race to launch a digital currency takes off in earnest
The report noted as banks across the world are hesitant to transact with a country under such sanctions, the country is using various methods to carry out its transactions.
Considering the complexity and risk associated, there is a pressing need to protect the system and the data, as the financial industry explores the use of blockchain.
Blockchain is developed to resolve the trade-offs of data partitioning and promises to preserve both consistency and availability using different consensus protocols.
In the coming years, blockchain will evolve as a disruptive force in transforming the Indian BFSI sector.
Blockchain was to herald a new era in cyber-security but it has come with its own challenges.
BIAB is designed to provide intuitive, tangible Blockchain demonstrations and experimentations.
The Indian banking regulator, however, left cypto currency out of the list. Credit registry, credit information, Initial Coin Offering (ICO) and chain marketing have also been kept out of the sandbox.