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GMEX ZERO13 wins COP28 TechSprint and continues network expansion

Technology solution selected as winner for blockchain technology British innovation in digital sustainable finance showcased and recognised at COP28 Universal Carbon Registry, Decarb.earth, Koat Intelligence Solutions and Plato Data Intelligence added LONDON, UAE, 6 December 2023 – ZERO13, the GMEX Group initiative providing a digital climate fintech platform-as-a-service, is delighted to announce the addition of four new participants to its Asset Settlement Network and its selection as the winner of the prestigious COP28 TechSprint for blockchain technology. The COP28 TechSprint, launched by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates

The Convergence of MedTech and Blockchain: Transforming Healthcare

The healthcare industry has witnessed a remarkable transformation driven by technological advancements in recent years. One groundbreaking convergence is the fusion of Medical Technology (MedTech) and blockchain technology. This synergy has the potential to revolutionize healthcare by enhancing data security, interoperability, and patient-centric care. Enhanced Data Security: One of the foremost challenges in healthcare is ensuring the security and privacy of patient data. Medical records contain sensitive information that must be protected from unauthorized access and cyber threats. Blockchain technology offers a robust solution to this problem. Blockchain operates on

Bridging Real and Virtual Economies

In an era where decentralized finance (DeFi) promises revolutionary, permissionless, and credit-check-free access to financial services, the limitations to its application lie in the narrow range of digital assets it encompasses. But industry pioneers are working to widen its scope by introducing real-world assets (RWAs) to the digital realm. For instance, in collaboration with the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), Ripple is embarking on a research project to try and tokenize real estate. This venture was made public about seven weeks ago as part of a broader initiative, the digital

The AI Model to Combat Technology Biases in the Near Future

Machines are incessantly getting smarter through the use of NLP, or natural language processing; however, there’s a flipside to that as well, where the convenience of AI-powered models, be they chatbots, virtual assistants, or content creation tools, cannot be ruled out altogether. Why should one feel that way? Well, most of the AI models have a biased approach to problem solving. However, with the help of TruthGPT, the future may offer some light on the capabilities of biased AI models, despite their ability to sow social discontent, promote cultural differences, and create

The Central Problem

The black swan events of LUNA and FTX that have so far characterized crypto in 2022 left many in the space wondering how we got here. What began as a quiet revolution focused on decentralization and financial sovereignty has been corrupted by greed and the centralization of power and control. If crypto has any hope of a future it can only be found in reaffirming the central tenets of decentralization and financial sovereignty. While the media claim these problems are the fault of a lack of regulation it’s worth considering

Digital Nigeria 2022: NITDA Director General tasks Tech Innovators with Problem Solving

Kashifu Inuwa challenges entrpreneurs to identify then solve problems, during Day 3 of the Digital Nigeria 2022 International Conference ABUJA, NG, Oct 31, 2022 - (ACN Newswire) - The Director General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Kashifu Inuwa, CCIE has challenged Nigerian tech innovators and entrepreneurs to identify problems bedeviling the nation with the view to proffering solutions because the government has provided a level playing field for them to achieve just that. NITDA Director General and conference host Kashifu Inuwa, CCIE, challenged Nigerian tech innovators and entrepreneurs to