Article: How Blockchain Technology Is Helping Small and Big Businesses to Grow Better

Blockchain, Cyber-Security, Innovation

How Blockchain Technology Is Helping Small and Big Businesses to Grow Better

Blockchain technology is revolutionary and its ubiquitous application across industries is mind-blowing. While it seems too early to categorize it as the ‘alpha’ solution to many existing industrial security and trust challenges, it’s great to know that blockchain technology is surely growing and its application is entering the realm of both small and big businesses globally.

In this age, it’s crystal clear that the rate of competition among businesses today is extremely high. And to gain a competitive edge over others in the market, your business tactics have to flow with the current trends that appeal to your consumers. Interestingly, blockchain happens to be one of the trends offering amazing solutions to help businesses — finance, gaming, ecommerce, etc to grow better.

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Article: NFT Sales Raise $200,000 for Independent Music Venues

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NFT Sales Raise $200,000 for Independent Music Venues

Goldflyer — a collaboration between indie labels Neon Gold Records, Venue Group and, All Things Go — previously announced the first NFT fundraiser in partnership with NIVA on April 7th. The event drew support from artists like Shawn Mendes and Tove Lo, who bid on “golden ticket” fundraising pieces from 10 different venues, including Los Angeles’ Troubadour and Washington, D.C.’s 9:30 Club.

“I’m so thrilled to be able to support independent venues like the historic Troubadour with this fundraiser,” Mendes said in a statement. “We are all missing live shows right now, and we need to make sure when touring comes back, that the venues we all love have the support they need to stay open, especially the small independent venues that fuel new artists breaking and earning a living.”

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IPR Center, Amazon Launch ‘Operation Fulfilled Action’ to Stop Counterfeits

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IPR Center, Amazon Launch ‘Operation Fulfilled Action’ to Stop Counterfeits

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The U.S. government’s National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) and Amazon today announced the launch of a joint operation to prevent counterfeit goods from entering the U.S. and help protect American consumers. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and DHL are also supporting the operation.

“The IPR Center plays a critical role in securing the global supply-chain to protect the health and safety of the American public,” said IPR Center Director Steve Francis. “However, our efforts are increased with partners like Amazon to identify, interdict, and investigate individuals, companies, and criminal organizations engaging in the illegal importation of counterfeit products. This joint operation is our latest public-private initiative bringing us one step closer to border security.”

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