Crypto-currencies and blockchain

Tshimologong, Conlog offer blockchain incubation

The intensive programme invites aspiring software developers and technologists to create blockchain-based smart city innovations.


Crypto-miners lead the malware charge

Crypto-miners dominate the threat landscape, impacting 37% of organisations around the world, says Check Point.


Protecting customers through multi-signature tech

ChainEX uses multi-signature technology for its cold storage, which prevents the company from being locked out of its bank vault.


Crypto-currencies and the innovation, regulation conundrum

As with crypto-currencies, the speed at which innovation can take hold and outpace regulation is concerning.

5 Feb

Oracle moves to exploit emerging tech in SA

This year, the company will up the delivery of technologies like artificial intelligence, IOT and blockchain in the local market.


From blockchain to digital twinning

Blockchain technology can revolutionise the supply chain, delivering transparency, scalability and enhanced security, says Terri Hiskey, VP Product Marketing, Manufacturing at Epicor Software.


Digital trends that will shape banking's future

Blockchain, banking-as-a-service and the omni-channel are among the trends expected to prompt a sea-change in banking, says Infosys Finacle.


$1.7bn crypto-currency stolen, scammed in 2018

Cyber criminals scramble to launder their ill-gotten proceeds before tough new global anti-money laundering regulations go into effect.

29 Jan

Cloud, 5G, AI to accelerate META ICT spending

META ICT spending will exceed $200 billion in 2019, as more organisations experiment with transformative technologies, says IDC.

25 Jan

IBM creates blockchain network for medical industry

The computing company and its partners establish a blockchain network to drive digital transformation in the healthcare industry.

25 Jan

Luno foresees positive 2019 for Bitcoin

There will be increased adoption of the digital currency and the technology behind it will scale faster this year, says Luno.