Blockchain accelerator MouseBelt announced it has joined with more than a dozen firms to create the Blockchain Education Alliance, aimed at attracting students to the industry.
Exchange hacks funded North Korean nukes
The rogue state stole $2 billion from cryptocurrency exchanges over the past two years, using it to fund nuclear weapons development
North Korea funded its nuclear weapons research by looting cryptocurrency exchanges of $2 billion, according to a confidential UN report.
For International Women’s Day, here’s how blockchain can battle human trafficking
A distributed ledger with immutable biometric data can provide proof of identity victims need to protect themselves
Human trafficking for the international sex trade is a nearly $100 billion business, and it is one that blockchain developers think they can help fight.
United Nations turns to blockchain technology
The international body casts a wide net in its experiments
The United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime is reportedly planning to partner with telemedicine and telepsychology firm doc.com to provide free basic medical services in East Africa, where Focus Economics says three of the 10 poorest countries in the world are located.