Customers love loyalty schemes, but can we innovate the sector even more? Yes, through blockchain technology.
World Wide Generation CEO, Manjula Lee, runs a blockchain platform that monitors investments in real time to ensure they’re as sustainable as possible. She talks to Real Business about how technology can save Brexit London.
After a chat with an artist neighbour on their New York street, Andrey Alekhin and Misha Libman founded Snark.art.
Blockchain technology can help build a generation of faster work-related platforms. It could even iron out the kinks in HR solutions, says NGA’s Anita Lettink.
Luke Shipley explains how he created a blockchain startup and provides advice for any entrepreneur looking to integrate blockchain into their business plan.
Blockchain could revolutionise employment practices in the future. But we must remember that we are the masters of it, and we can use it to accelerate human performance.
Cathy Mulligan from Imperial College London talks to Real Business about the benefits, and shortfalls of using blockchain.
Technology entrepreneur Igor Putrenko explains how blockchain could revolutionise the IT staffing industry in an increasingly decentralised workplace.
Around 10% of the UK is considered to have bad or adverse credit, and have admitted they may never be debt free.
Being a lifelong Conservative voter I naturally wanted to give prime minister Theresa May the benefit of the doubt. Sadly she has become a figure of derision both at home and abroad. The description of her as naturally robotic, hence “The Maybot”, is all too appropriate.
Reports of players getting rich overnight buying and trading Bitcoin have blanketed the internet. Other reports of 50% overnight swings in Bitcoin value have also drawn attention. Here are a few thoughts on the sudden rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies, the underlying technology and the risks to players.
In his latest Blockchain Bytes column, Barry James looks at why Bank of England governor Mark Carney made headlines last week with his speech on the future of money – headlines which made very different reading from his published speech.