This week: Are Bitcoin and Ethereum trying to enact a full-on “flippening”? Crypto infrastructure projects continue to shine, and Jack Dorsey is back with yet another launch.
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Things are looking up for your tech startup. You’ve got a minimum viable product in the pipeline, a dedicated team in place and some initial funding. Don’t relax just yet. Building a great product is just part of the job.
The Corona pandemic has changed many things: how we work, how we communicate with each other, and also how we handle our clients’ needs. Our working environment changed from one day to another, and we’ve been working from home since March with just a few days in the office during summer when it was safe.
The Big Question: Can blockchain reduce the tax gap and tax administration costs, thereby making the tax system fairer, safer and simpler? Let’s have a look at the current problems, the status quo and blockchain’s potential role in the tax system.
There has been a growing number of public trials of blockchain-based voting systems recently. One reason for this flurry of activity is the increased emphasis on election security in the wake of the 2016 US presidential elections. While the electoral interference mainly involved social media manipulation and fake news, it has also turned attention to the outdated and insecure e-voting equipment in the US.
This isn’t your usual David versus Goliath story exactly. It’s more: Goliath finds David’s ideas cool and sexy, and so they hook up and start working together. In fact, in recent years many established corporations have actively been looking for startups to buy. Tim Cook, for instance, has declared that Apple buys a company every three weeks on average.
Everyone’s talking about the tremendous potential of blockchain and judging by the amount of investment by large corporations, confidence in the technology is high. Indeed, 61% of firms in the digital economy are currently investing in blockchain technology according to a survey by identity management firm Okta.