Ting Peng

Ting comes from a political science background and is a former educator. She’s passionate about how Bitcoin and blockchain technology can empower people and help businesses transform in the new era. She has an entrepreneurial spirit and has joined several fintech startups since 2017. She speaks fluent Chinese, English, and Korean, and is currently based in Italy where she’s pursuing her dream to become a corporate communication specialist.

Author’s posts

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Symbol from NEM makes blockchain solution to solve wine tampering and counterfeiting problems to save millions for the wine industry.
Enterprise Friendly Blockchain Tapping Into Wine Supply Chain Business
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2020-07-06T00:00:00+01:00
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Brock Pierce joins the 2020 elections as a last-minute presidential candidate.
Brock Pierce Jumps Into 2020 US Presidential Election Last Minute
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2020-07-05T18:19:00+01:00
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Binance to support Ontology 2.0 upgrades and says it will not further allow NEP5-based ONT deposits.
Binance Supports Ontology Upgrade, Stops Deposit of NEP5 ONT Tokens
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2020-07-05T18:00:00+01:00
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Philippine SEC warns against investment schemes including one based on the Ethreum blockchain it says is a Ponzi scheme.
Philippine SEC Warns Against Crypto Schemes
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2020-07-05T16:30:00+01:00
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Chinese economist says signs have shown 2020 is an important year for integrating blockchain within all industries.
Chinese Economist Says 2020 Is the Tipping Point for Blockchain
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2020-07-02T21:44:00+01:00
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Kazakhstan says it will double its digital currency mining investment at the end of this year, and is eyeing a CBDC.
Kazakh Gov Plans to Double Its Investment in Digital Currency Mining
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2020-07-01T22:30:00+01:00
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China is looking into the use of blockchain technology to promote data sharing among medical institutions amid future pandemics.
China Highlights Blockchain in Pandemic Preparedness Strategy
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2020-07-01T00:49:00+01:00
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A two-year-old Israeli blockchain startup says it has found a way to cancel crypto transactions if they are sent to the wrong wallet address.
An Israeli Blockchain Startup Claims It’s Invented an ‘Undo’ Button for BTC Transactions
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2020-06-30T15:00:00+01:00
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