Top 10 Automation and RPA Predictions For 2019

Automation will redefine the next phase of digital transformation as it delivers new levels of customer value coming from higher quality and dependability, deeper personalization, faster delivery of products, and greater convenience offerings. Robotic process automation (RPA) is growing at a fast pace with projections from Gartner forecasting that the RPA business will grow 57% over the next year....

Robotic Process Automation will Grow to 2.4$ Billion by 2022

More CIOs are swinging to a new innovation practice called Robotic Process Automation (RPA) to streamline company activities and decrease costs. With RPA, organizations can computerize everyday tenets-based business procedures, empowering business users to give more opportunity to serving clients or other higher-esteem work. Others consider RPA to be a stopgap in transit to intelligent automation (IA) by means...

Blockchain Sleuthing Startup Chainalysis Raises $30 Million

Chainalysis, the cryptocurrency transaction analysis startup, has raised $30 million in Series B funding. The firm will use some of the funding to open a new office in London and a research-and-development lab in a bid to expand its presence in the U.K., where it has worked closely with the likes of Barclays, the High Street bank. The funding round...

What’s on the horizon for blockchain in 2019?

Blockchain technology is constantly advancing, but it struggles to break through to the mainstream. Governments are also struggling to come up with regulations to handle blockchain technology, which scares away some businesses. Many crypto experts believe, however, that 2019 is the year when blockchain will start to push forward in areas such as identity management and security. Blockchain Tech News...

QuadrigaCX Lost Another $500K in Bitcoin By Mistake: EY Report

Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX, which owes customers $250 million in CAD ($190 million U.S.) in cryptocurrencies and fiat, lost another $500,000 CAD by mistake last week. In an initial report published Tuesday on Quadriga’s progress since it filed for creditor protection in late January, court-appointed monitor Ernst and Young (EY) said that the company accidentally moved more than 100 bitcoins into a...

Bitcoin Price Pattern Hints at Short-Term Rally to $4K

Bitcoin has backed off 4 percent from three-week highs seen on Friday, but looks to have formed a bull flag – a bullish continuation pattern – on the 4-hour chart. A move above $3,630 would confirm a flag breakout and open the doors to $4,000 (target as per the measured move method). Acceptance below the lower edge of the flag, currently...

Can the Blockchain Be Hacked?

For most people who aren’t well versed in the world of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, digital coins and the underlying blockchain technology can be really confusing. Common questions include: What is the blockchain? How do you make coins? How do you verify a coin transaction? Are coins volatile? Then there’s the battery of questions related to underlying security. Boil it down into a simple question: you...

5 Ways Blockchain Benefits Mobile App Development Services

The Blockchain is going to be one of the most widely used technologies in the coming time. The reason is simple. It can integrate highly complex and encrypted data into a secure mesh to offer a safe online transaction. Thriving BFSI sector can make the most from this disruptive technology and offer more reliability and security to their customers. These...

6 steps to how blockchain storage works

Storing data in large, centralized data centers comes with performance, availability and scalability issues, as well as high capital or operational expenses. Centralized data is also an open invitation to sophisticated cyberattacks. For these reasons, companies are looking for ways to decentralize data storage. Blockchain storage is one way to do that. Blockchain storage is still a relatively young technology,...

NASA Eyes Blockchain Tech to Secure Aircraft Flight Data

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NASA – the National Aeronautics and Space Administration – is examining blockchain technology as a means to ensure the privacy and security of aircraft flight data. Ronald Reisman, an aero-computer engineer at NASA Ames Research Center, published a paper on Monday, suggesting that blockchain networks and smart contracts can help mitigate some security issues. Starting Jan. 1, 2020, the U.S. has...