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Global blockchain industry talent insights — focus on Web 3.0

 The blockchain industry has had rapid growth since its inception a little over a decade ago, but the speed of development has increased notably over the past few years. While the industry and its growth are often assessed via market capitalization, trading volume and other financial metrics, the businesses that make up this sector are

NFTs may revolutionize the future of music industry- Here’s how

The NFT market has been a growing one with several companies filing for trademarks to enter the NFT space. The latest business giant to file a trademark application is Sony Music Entertainment. The trademark application was filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on 30 August. Furthermore, the application mentions a suite of products that

Sony Betting Big on Next VR Headset With Increased Production Plan

Sony Group Corp. plans to make 2 million units of the PlayStation VR2 headset by March next year, people familiar with the matter said, setting an ambitious outlook that defies the global economic malaise. Mass production of the virtual reality goggles began in September and hasn’t yet faced supply chain constraints, said the people, who asked

Citi pilots blockchain bill of lading for trade finance

Yesterday the blockchain trade platform TradeLens announced that Citi piloted a paperless trade transaction for client Syngenta Bangladesh. Agrochemicals were imported to Bangladesh from India with an electronic bill of lading (eBL) used to support the Letter of Credit for trade finance. TradeLens is the blockchain network founded by IBM and a Maersk subsidiary and the TradeLens eBL is

Lenovo announces consumer AR glasses that can tether to iPhones

After pushing augmented reality (AR) glasses to businesses for years, Lenovo will finally sell AR glasses for consumers, the company announced today—and I briefly got to demo the lightweight Lenovo Glasses T1. With their Micro OLED displays and required tether to Windows, macOS, Android, or iOS devices, they bring some notable features to a space that

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