Rachel Wolfson

Rachel is a journalist, public speaker, and podcast host. She has over 10 years of experience writing about technology and has been covering the blockchain and cryptocurrency space since 2017. She is currently writing a book on enterprise blockchain.

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How to crypto
Earn a blockchain certification by taking one of these five online course at home, or learn more about cryptocurrency from the comfort of your couch.
Stuck in Quarantine? Become a Blockchain Expert With These Online Courses
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Follow up
A new FDA study shows that blockchain technology can save the pharmaceutical industry $180 million in labor costs by tracking and tracing prescription drugs.
Blockchain Can Save Pharmaceutical Industry $180 Million, Study Says
Rachel Wolfson
Event Recap
Hyperledger Global Forum 2020 shows why diverse inclusion is important for blockchain events, highlighting women and minority speakers.
Diversity and Inclusion Major Themes at Hyperledger Global Forum 2020
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Event Recap
WEF Head of Blockchain Sheila Warren explains the potential of blockchain technology and how it can change the world — but notes we are not there yet due to thr...
Sheila Warren: Blockchain Awareness Growing — but Still Needs 3 Things
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Follow up
Walmart joins Hyperledger to have a larger role in the open-source community, discusses further plans for the future.
Walmart Joins Hyperledger to Expand Role in Open-Source Community
Rachel Wolfson
Kraken donated 17.5 Bitcoin to San Francisco’s anarchist hackerspace Noisebridge to keep the space running.
Kraken Donates 17.5 Bitcoin to Collaborative Hackerspace Noisebridge
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Follow up
Steemit’s managing director says the new partnership with Tron will help grow the platform and that the soft fork resulted from quick reactions to the changes.
Steemit Managing Director on Partnership With Tron — Exclusive
Rachel Wolfson
Tech Analysis
Supersonic is a trustless zero-knowledge proof system that could help DeFi platforms, as third-party trust isn’t required to ensure privacy.
DeFi Can Now Choose to Run Trustless Zero-Knowledge Proofs
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