We’re incredibly happy to announce that Attores has a pilot for digital diplomas, issued onto the blockchain with Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Several months ago we were introduced to Ngee Ann Poly through our accelerator The FinLab as part of the Poly100 program. We are extremely thankful for the efforts put in by the FinLab team, the folks at UOB, and staff at Ngee Ann Polytechnic who helped make this happen.
I was also on CNBC this morning, and was able to squeeze in a nice plug for Attores and Ngee Ann!
In other Blockchain News:
Moving From Toasters to Your Cars
Toyota Is Using Blockchain to Get Its Self-Driving Cars on the Roads Sooner
Toyota announced a plan to use blockchain to amass driving data that will help them develop driverless cars. The move could also decrease insurance costs for drivers, as well as pave the way for new carpooling solutions.
How Singapore Power plans to lower your utility bills with blockchain
“Blockchain’s ability to enable direct, effective, and secure transactions between multiple parties would facilitate the large scale integration of energy sources and devices such as solar cells, batteries, and electric vehicles onto the grid,” an SP spokesperson tells Tech in Asia. “These sources and devices would therefore be able to transact with each other, while supporting utilities to integrate more renewable sources at a much lower cost.”
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WTF is an ICO?
An ICO is a fundraising tool that trades future cryptocoins in exchange for cryptocurrencies of immediate, liquid value. You give the ICO bitcoin or ethereum, and you get some of Billy’s New Super Great Coin or the infamous CrunchCoin.