Global blockchain innovation: U.S. lags, Europe and China lead

Global blockchain innovation: U.S. lags, Europe and China lead

 

No one can predict the future of blockchain in the same way we could not predict the future of the Internet in the early ’90s. But it is clear this technology is going to have a significant impact.

From corporations to startups and governments to organizations, the race is on to tap into the concept of distributed and decentralized trust in order to reduce friction and build more honest, transparent, and efficient frameworks for business and governance.

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Empowering women farmers of Rwanda through mobile technology

Empowering women farmers of Rwanda through mobile technology
13 October 2016 UNWOMEN.org

Farmers in Rwanda now know the exact size of their land, can better forecast production and access markets through digital, mobile-enabled platform supported by UN Women and World Food Programme. What’s more, the programme is bridging gender equality gaps in agriculture and ensuring women’s equal participation in the value chain.  Continue reading “Empowering women farmers of Rwanda through mobile technology”