It is hard to think of a profession more steeped in tradition and conservatism than a notary. This is also part of its appeal to reliability: save for some innovations such as computer technology, a notary who was born in 1780 would not notice many changes if they were to be transported to the office […]
Cryptocurrencies are unfortunately often associated with ‘dark’ money, crime and legal twilight zones. However, cryptos’ underlying technology – blockchain – can actually be used to increase transparency and help fight crime. This will require walking a fine line.
As with many technological revolutions, Blockchain is not only an opportunity for businesses in the private sector. Blockchain’s core advantages – speed, efficiency and security – are all three fundamental pillars of a well functioning government.