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The Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation for IT Development of Ukraine, Alexander Bornyakov, recently announced that the country has become just the third non-EU nation to join the European Blockchain Partnership. Following the membership of Norway and Liechtenstein, Ukraine hopes this move will be another positive step in the direction of integrating its own digital economy… Read More
Fans particularly expressed skepticism with the ‘Admiral pack,’ questioning its value, although scooping up this pack, as opposed to ‘The Captain pack,’ guarantees a ‘good’ ship – one of the many that has been algorithmically generated. Gender says: ‘People are getting emotionally invested in it as it is very much a scam.’
Centralised teams often run the projects, with decentralised projects being far less typical. The future of the NFT ecosystem will be informed by what happens with the Pudgy Penguins project and if it can successfully transition to a decentralised model.
With a central benefit of cryptocurrencies for many users being the privacy they offer, the advancements made in further encrypting blockchain data and allowing transactions to be validated without revealing personal identity is a major step forward in the sector.
In recent years there has been a lot of talk about blockchain and GDPR’s compatibility. According to experts, some of blockchain’s key characteristics, including immutability and transparency, collide headfirst with the EU’s data regulation. However, data protection officer Olga Stepanova believes the two can work in harmony! Speaking at TechWeek Frankfurt, Olga discussed the ways… Read More