Who's doing what in fintech
Artificial intelligence: as explained by Eberhard Schoneburg
DevOps: explained by CyberArk’s Jeffrey Kok
Ethereum explained: by Vitalik Buterin
Quantum computing: applications and challenges as explained by MIT
Blockchain forks: as explained by Leonhard Weese, Bitcoin Assoc. of H.K.
A.I. is in high demand – but often fails to live up to its promises. Eberhard Schoneburg explains how it works and why A.I. doesn’t always...
DevOps – how agile workflows have been extended throughout an organization – is a management technique, using technology to align diverse teams within a financial institution...
Ethereum is a blockchain technology that is designed to be universal, supporting all manner of applications and functions, says its creator, Vitalik Buterin.
Of all the technologies that have applications and implications for financial services, quantum computing is the strangest and the most distant – but also the most...
Who can change the rules of a distributed ledger, and what happens when they try.
Many commercial uses for blockchain technology will originate from the open-sourced community of Hyperledger.
Ethereum is meant to be a more useful, secure and adaptable crypto-currency/blockchain platform than Bitcoin.
Corporate venture has become a major force behind fintech startups.
Blockchain is a database that is shared, encrypted, distributed and based on consensus about what is true.
Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies enable the transmission of actual value.