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An update on the advances and opportunities in tokenized ecosystems.
Blockchain Adoption Article for Distributed.com: Exploring what it really takes to develop blockchain developers.
When it comes to cryptocurrency, it seems that there are always two sides of the (bit)coin.
It’s time to move past the inefficiency of antiquated organizational structures, and blockchains are the key. So say the creators of DAOstack, a solution that’s designed to intuitively move people into systems of decentralized governance and away from the traditional top-down hierarchies that predominate the planet today.
4600 concertgoers are consistently packing The AXIS at Planet Hollywood for Britney Spears’ popular “Piece of Me” residency. While they’re in their seats at one of the most famed theaters in Las Vegas, no one has to think about why they’re hearing precision, full-frequency sound – all they have to do is enjoy the show.
Higher education campuses nationwide are striving to be more inclusive than ever as they give students, faculty and alumni increased opportunities to come together. At Loyola University Maryland that spirit applies to live events, which count on EEG’s award-winning iCap Network and HD491 Caption Encoder for real time captioning.
MAHWAH, NJ – August 17, 2017: Go Heels Productions, the video production arm of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) has a lot of ground to cover: 28 Division 1 sports are on campus, including their men’s basketball team, which stands as the 2017 NCAA champions. UNC is meeting their fans’ demands for winning imagery, adding four new Ikegami HDK-95C Full Digital Portable CMOS camera systems for live event broadcasting.
United we stand—it’s not just about loving your country. That’s also true in business, with its heightened awareness of how updated unified communications (UC) systems can lift the bottom line.
New York, NY – East Coast Digital, New York City’s complete post production facility, took the lead in Virtual Reality (VR) content with its work on the 360-degree VR project “Cardboard City.” The :60 short film was a co-winner of the Samsung Gear Indie VR Filmmaker Contest and its “There in 60 Seconds”