Blockchain news and sex tech liberty – Podcast
It will be not just the Digital Digest itself, but the Digest of the Hope. The hope for a place where everyone can be loved, where all the blockchain-projects are realizable and the space around our Mother Earth is cleaned of debris. Listen to the free podcast to hear tech and blockchain news from the last week or continue reading.
1. Bank of Lithuania calls for proposals to develop a blockchain platform.
Software developers from around the world are welcome to submit their proposals for the development of LBChain, a service-based blockchain platform introduced by the Bank of Lithuania.
If you are a programmer and don’t want to launch you own blockchain startup — join the Lithuanian financial blockchain!
2. Bitcoin fully meets the definition of Islamic money under certain conditions and is generally permissible under Shariah.
Apparently, now we need more research on bitcoin’s appropriateness. What would Rosicrucianism say?
3. The village of liberty and love will be built in the Caribbean region.
Along with all necessary facilities such as bars, shops, buildings with apartments and private villas, the place will be provided with sex museum, research center, an incubator for SexTech projects and various educational initiatives.
Whether you a nudist, swinger, tantric, or burner, you can rent an apartment here, pay with bitcoins and launch your SexTech project. Finally!
4. China’s largest e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group Holding Ltd confirmed that it has been working on autonomous driving technologies
With its reputation as a rapidly growing company, Alibaba has real chances to finally change our roads.
5. IBM launched its blockchain trade finance platform
IBM’s partnership with international banks to develop a Blockchain trade finance platform called Batavia has resulted in the platform’s first live pilot transactions.
The platform carries out the full cycle of trades, automatically forming agreements and closing payments, in a process powered by smart contracts and with transactions recorded on a blockchain. The dream of many blockchain enthusiasts came to reality!
6. A new grant is available for blockchain developers
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has awarded a new grant that supports the development of an autonomous spacecraft that could make decisions using Blockchain technology without human intervention.
One example of such decisions could be enabling spacecraft to dodge space debris at a distant planet or moon faster than a human on Earth could help out the far-away probe. Welcome, blockchain-space-cleaner!
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