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Several countries in the biggest oil producing regions in the world are moving to adopt Blockchain technology in their operations as of mid-2017.
Dubai airport is set to get passportless entry thanks to the efforts by UK Blockchain startup ObjectTech.
Dubai is set to host the finals of ConsenSys’ 2017 Challenge, a dev tournament marking the debut of its own Academy.
Investment bank Marmore released “From Bitcoin to Blockchain”, a report that researches the impact of Blockchain technology on the Gulf states.
SDO and government officials of Dubai partnered with 1776 with a vision of developing the city into a Blockchain-powered region.
Ethereum Blockchain developer ConsenSys has released an official white paper detailing its plans to build Blockchains in Dubai.
Looking to follow legal frameworks in the United States and Japan, two other countries plan to regulate Bitcoin.
Attracting tourists to new or neglected destinations can become easier using Blockchain technology, proving Blockchain is more than just finance.
The Dubai Future Foundation has decided to promote the Blockchain technology following its Global Blockchain Council quarterly meeting.
Australia-based Bitcoin startup Igot, announced on August 29 it had launched the first Bitcoin exchange in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Vinci Hair Clinic in London announced that it had successfully completed a hair transplant on December 18 that was paid for in Bitcoins.
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