Tag Archives: Energy

11Apr/19

US Energy Department Eyes Blockchain to Prevent Power Plant Cyberattacks

The U.S. Department of Energy is exploring blockchain technology as a line of defense against cyberattacks on power plants. The department’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) unit announced Wednesday that phase two ofRead More…

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05Apr/19

Bosch and Wien Energie Demo Blockchain-Powered Refrigerator

Electronics giant Bosch and Austrian power supplier Wien Energie have come up with a blockchain refrigerator aimed to allow consumers to monitor and control electricity consumption. The device demonstrates how households will inRead More…

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05Apr/19

Russian Gas Giant Gazprom to Execute Business Contracts on a Blockchain

Russian state-owned gas giant Gazprom could soon to begin using blockchain to execute and monitor business contracts. The firm’s CEO, Alexey Miller, announced the news at a meeting with Russian prime minister Dmitry MedvedevRead More…

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25Mar/19

PR: Bitcoin.com Partners With Jeju Blockchain Smartcity Association to Spread BCH Adoption

Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com has agreed to help the Jeju Blockchain Smartcity Association grow the BCH ecosystem. On March 25th, Roger Ver agreed to collaborate with the Jeju Blockchain Smarcity AssociationRead More…

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21Mar/19

Report: Bitmain Plans to Set Up 200,000 Crypto Mining Machines in China

Cryptocurrency mining giant Bitmain is reportedly planning to set up 200,000 units of mining equipment in China to benefit from low-cost hydroelectric power in the country, crypto media outlet CoinDesk reported onRead More…

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12Mar/19

Major UK Energy Company Acquires Stake in Blockchain Firm Electron

Major United Kingdom energy company OVO has invested in blockchain firm Electron through its recently launched technology division, Kaluza. The development was announced in an OVO blog post published on March 12.Read More…

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11Mar/19

PR: Blockchain Day at RISK 2019

This is a press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. Bitcoin.com is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or qualityRead More…

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