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Blockchain tech needs a ‘ChatGPT moment’ to scale enterprise adoption

TechCrunch

Big names like Starbucks and Nike were quick to adopt blockchain tech, but it will still be a while until we see the enterprise space embrace the tech.

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6 tips for launching a blockchain startup

TechCrunch

These days, a blockchain startup founder should expect to navigate challenging waters. Having a solid roadmap, real-world use cases and a war chest are only a small part of a blockchain startup’s survival strategy. Here are tips every blockchain founder should consider before launching. Bear the market conditions in mind.

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The US is losing crypto talent as blockchain devs seek safer havens

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But it seems now the United States is the one seeing talent fleeing to other parts of the world, at least as far as blockchain developers are concerned. The number of blockchain developers in the U.S. share of blockchain developers has fallen 2% per year in the last five years, dropping to 29% last year from 40% in 2017.

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Ticketmaster sucks. Can blockchain be the cure?

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Can blockchain be the cure? .” Regulators in many countries beg to disagree. Earlier this year, the U.S. Senate questioned Live Nation, which acquired Ticketmaster in 2010, over concerns that it’s a monopoly. Ticketmaster sucks. by Anna Heim originally published on TechCrunch

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The Blockchain battlefront: Technology, business, and regulation

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The great regulatory bureaucracy has awakened to the significance of blockchain-enabled technology, led by the SEC. . Ripple created the XRP coin, designed for blockchain-based payments. Blockchain, Regulation He missed another area of notorious confusion: the law. The final traditional asset class to consider is securities.

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Using the blockchain to enhance KYC processes for web3 businesses

TechCrunch

There’s no way for blockchain-based businesses, financial service providers or banks to bypass Know Your Customer (KYC) processes. With the advent of blockchain technologies, companies are realizing that there are better, more efficient KYC solutions that let them avoid having to collect and store personal information.

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Akowe wants to fix Africa’s broken certificate system with blockchain

TechCrunch

The crypto industry has long been criticized for its disconnection with the real world, but there are players who try to show that the underlying blockchain technology can solve some of our most pressing challenges in today’s society — especially in regions where basic infrastructure is lacking.