DHS-Funded Company Wants to Use Blockchain at the Border

DHS may soon use blockchain technology to protect all sorts of data it collects in protecting U.S. borders.

This FTC Group Wants To Keep You Safe from Blockchain Scams

But keeping up with criminals' tech innovation can be challenging.

Why Agencies Should Be Tech Agnostic When Solving Problems

Don’t miss the forest for the trees, General Services Administration's emerging tech official said.

Samsung Is Bringing Crypto and Blockchain Tech Closer to Its Core Business

Its semiconductor business, the world’s largest, is making chips for cryptocurrency mining.

GSA Is Giving a Bird's Eye View of Emerging Government Tech

The initiative aims to cut through the “bureaucracy” that blinds federal techies to other agencies’ projects.

Is Blockchain Right for Your Agency? Here’s a Quiz to Find Out.

The quiz is part of a step-by-step guide for vendors and agencies looking to bring blockchain to the government.

Government Starts to Build New Links for Its Blockchain

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is prepping the final version of a report on effective blockchain use—and when to avoid it.

Bitcoin Mining Turns Electricity Into Money

A close-up portrait of bitcoin miners in eastern Washington reveals the real hustle at the heart of cryptocurrencies.

Disrupting Government

This eBook looks at emerging technologies that are shaking up government operations.

Women Are Powering the Blockchain

A quick scan of the blockchain frontier reveals many women in key roles as developers, investors, and business leaders.

5 Building Blocks Influencing the Cloud Evolution

Combining these technologies can result in more agile and nimble data and networks.

States Dive Into Cryptocurrency Fray

From dealing with Ponzi schemes to financial windfalls, state leaders are weighing how to best handle the future of nationless money.

Austin Wants to Use Blockchain Technology to Help the Homeless

The technology could be used to create unique digital identifiers for homeless people.