Most healthcare activity is multi-party, complex, and expensive, leading to increased costs for all parties involved, extra administrative tasks, more fraud, and even surges in illnesses across populations due to avoidance of healthcare systems. A lack of trust in healthcare systems is another major issue pervading many countries across the globe.
Healthcare systems suffering from these symptoms are built with a silo mentality with only a small window through which patients and doctors are allowed to peer in. …
The National Republican Congressional Committee will accept donations in cryptocurrency, making it the first national political party to do so, Axios reported on Wednesday, citing the committee.
The NRCC will use BitPay to process contributions, which will be converted into U.S. dollars before being deposited to the committee’s account, per the report. By not taking possession of the cryptocurrencies, the NRCC can accept individual donations of as much as $10,000 per year, avoiding the $100 maximum-value limit per year for cryptocurrency transfers.
“ We are focused on pursuing every avenue possible to further our mission of stopping Nancy Pelosi’s socialist…
The CEO of General Motors (GM), America’s largest automaker, says that nothing precludes her company from accepting bitcoin if there is consumer demand for it. “Certainly, we want to make the whole buying and ownership experience as easy as possible,” said the GM chief executive.
Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors (NYSE: GM), talked about the prospect of the largest automaker in the U.S. accepting bitcoin in an interview with CNBC Wednesday.
Referencing Tesla CEO Elon Musk stating last week that his electric car company may start accepting BTC again, Barra was asked whether GM will be accepting the…
Owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban, said he will issue nonfungible tokens (NFTs) as tickets for his team’s games this coming season.
As unique digital assets, including various forms of digital art and culture, NFTs are represented by a code recorded on a blockchain digital ledger, which records transactions and as such, enables the tracking of their ownership and validity.
The question isn’t if the Mavericks are going to use NFTs for issuing game tickets, but when, Cuban told Gary Vaynerchuk in a podcast.
“We will start doing it this coming season, where we’ll issue an NFT after you’ve…
Jun.15 — Coinbase Co-founder Fred Ehrsam talks about the regulation of cryptocurrency on this clip from “Bloomberg Studio 1.0.”
Rupert Murdoch’s mass media company Fox Corp. has launched a $100 million creative fund for NFTs, under the auspices of its ne NFT firm Blockchain Creative Labs.
The NFT division was unveiled last month alongside a new animated comedy series dubbed “Krapopolis” from Rick and Morty co-creator Dan Harmon. The show is set to premiere in 2022, and will be a satirical comedy focused on life in ancient Greece.
Fox says he $100 million in funding will be used to support “content creators, IP owners, and advertising partners end-to-end blockchain computer ecosystem solutions to build, launch, manage and sell NFT…
It doesn’t get more meta than this. Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the British computer scientist and inventor behind the creation of the World Wide Web in 1989, is auctioning off his original source code as a non-fungible token (NFT).
The auction will run from June 23–30 at Sotheby’s in London, and will include Berners-Lee’s original timestamped files containing approximately 9,500 lines of code, an animated visualization of the code, a letter from Berners-Lee reflecting on the creation of the web and a digital poster of the code.
NFT art sales may be sagging but the market is finding new ways to…
Club Necaxa owner, Al Tylis, spoke with CryptoSlate about working on selling a 1% stake in the club through a non-fungible token ( NFT). Necaxa is a Mexican professional football club in Liga MX based in the city of Aguascalientes. It plays in the Estadio Victoria.
Tylis decided to enter the Liga MX market and buy a stake in Club Nexaca after finding out that Liga MX draws more viewers in the US than the MLS and Premier League combined.
Tylis, who is also an investor in the MLS’ DC United and English side Swansea City, believes that Liga MX…
Ali Kooli said in a TV interview that the arrest of a local teenager has prompted the country to rethink its crypto policy.
Tunisia’s Minister of Finance, Ali Kooli, said during a television interview over the weekend that he plans to change the country’s cryptocurrency laws.
Bitcoin ownership should be “decriminalized,” he said, according to an English translation.
The proposed law change comes after local media reported that a 17-year-old Tunisian boy was arrested in April for using cryptocurrency for an online transaction. …
In what appears to be the latest move by a sovereign country to embrace cryptocurrency, Tanzania’s President Samia Sulhulu has asked the country’s Central Bank to start exploring the crypto sector, as per local outlet The Citizen.