Innovations


The internet of things, artificial intelligence, quantum computers, robots, blockchain databases, neural networks, and many other things that look like an outtake from a sci-fi geek’s fantasy are now real, or at least are likely to become real in our lifetime. How do lawmakers react to those new developments? Can their regulations strangle innovations to death? Should they follow in their wake, or it’s better to set out the rules in advance? Let’s journey to this brave new world together.

Why Security Token Is Survivor
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Why Security Token Is Survivor

Let’s pretend we are keen fans of the “spiral course of the progress” theory. This would mean that we believe that whatever the event, something like that has already happened before, and the same things keep on manifesting themselves over and over again in each new round of this temporal coil. If so, we could …

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What not to Do When Promoting ICO in the U.S.
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What not to Do When Promoting ICO in the U.S.

Some of you may remember the day when Facebook has banned the ICO and crypto ads. The announcement claims that such promotion is used to encourage people to participate in different investments, but usually in a misleading or deceptive manner. Now this is Google who follows the suit. As of June 2018, cryptocurrency-related and similar …

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Technological Advancement, Evolution of Civilization, and Regulated Breakthroughs
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Technological Advancement, Evolution of Civilization, and Regulated Breakthroughs

These days, it might seem to one that technological revolutions come nearly on a weekly basis. Innovative startups promise to disrupt nearly every industry in existence, so the disruption in question becomes akin to killing d’Artagnan on a duel: they’ll have to get in line. Elon Musk, a person who is just one childhood trauma …

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