Profiles

DNA – who profits from your DNA?

Reading Time: < 1 minute A genome is an organism’s complete set of DNA, including all of its genes. Each genome contains all of the information needed to build and maintain that organism. In humans, a copy of the entire genome—more than 3 billion DNA base pairs—is contained in all cells that have a nucleus. In 2017 David launched EncrypGen and […]

Bilal Hammoud, President and CEO – NDAX.IO

Reading Time: < 1 minute Bilal Hammoud is a visionary, successful startup entrepreneur and founder of the Canadian Crypto Exchange National Digital Asset Exchange (NDAX) with a background in traditional finance, crypto investing, and Engineering. He has a proven track-record with experience in growing revenues, building teams and taking NDAX to a growth position within […]

Uptrennd Becomes the World’s Leading Blockchain Social Media Site

Reading Time: 2 minutes Uptrennd has become the world’s leading blockchain-based social media platform based on Pages-per-Visit and Time-on-Site metrics surpassing other platforms. Uptrennd, a tokenized social media startup, announced it has become the world’s leading blockchain-based social media platform based on Pages-per-Visit and Time-on-Site metrics surpassing other popular [blockchain] social media sites such […]

Why blockchain needs women…

Reading Time: < 1 minute At a recent virtual conference organised by Michael Healy I spoke about why Blockchain needs women. Actually, the talk is why the world needs women. I had a lot of fun doing this talk – and it’s all sooo relevant. Why Blockchain needs women(Jillian Godsil, Ireland) | Global Unit Unconference […]

EU Blockchain Observatory and the “CNIL”

Reading Time: 3 minutes The International Organization for Standardization recently published Technical Report number 23244:2020 on ‘Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies – Privacy and personally identifiable information protection considerations.’ Its approach is broadly in line with the recommendations of the EU Blockchain Observatory and the “CNIL”.  After reminding readers of the increasing numbers of privacy […]