Communication is a two-way process of exchanging information between people and/or different kinds of structures. Innovative technologies, such as blockchain, help to solve a lot of problems that occur during a communication process online. Platforms providing blockchain communication services can offer many advantages compared with traditional systems. Using applications developed and operated via blockchain provides high-level security for personal data in the web as well as the ability to make fast and cheap money transfers. Besides that, using the technology of smart contracts can improve automatization, which allows a blockchain to interact with several social platforms on behalf of the user.
Nokia’s permissioned blockchain platform will reportedly allow trusted data exchange and monetization among client participants.
Nokia announces blockchain-powered data marketplace
Rumors are circulating in Iran that authorities already have access to messages on WhatsApp, one of the few unblocked platforms in the country.
Iranian government reportedly moving to block Signal messaging app
Communication-related tokens have surged over 18 percent in the last week following in the footsteps of Zoom and other telecom stocks.
Telecommunications Tokens Are Surging Just Like Stocks
British decentralized communication startup New Vector has raised $8.5 million to promote an alternative messaging protocol.
Decentralized Communication Startup New Vector Raises $8.5M
Dutch crypto derivatives exchange Deribit launched a block trading tool in partnership with trading comm platform Paradigm.
Deribit and Paradigm Launch Crypto Derivatives Block Trading
New ways to communicate through coded conversations and secret languages are being implemented on blockchains.
Social Innovations and Secret Conversations (on the Blockchain)
Blockchain browser Brave is testing a new tipping function for social media platform Twitter on its Nightly version.
Blockchain Browser Brave Tests Crypto Tips for Twitter Users