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“The media and entertainment industries are particularly primed for a blockchain revolution”: Tezos India founder & president Om Malviya

Mumbai: Tezos India is a blockchain adoption entity in India. As innovation in the blockchain space advances in India, Tezos constantly strives to address key barriers facing blockchain adoption to date in India: developer, education and training, and ecosystem development. Tezos is a self-...

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GUEST ARTICLE: The role of crypto in facilitating the content creator economy

With technology opening myriad opportunities across sectors, it has ushered in an era of growth for the creator economy. Content creators today have a new means of monetising content, which is empowering them to become the sole owners of what they produce and engage directly with the audiences.

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GUEST ARTICLE: 96% of NFT projects will fail, and why?

Mumbai: The year 2020 was unprecedented in many ways, but what was undeniably phenomenal was the rise of the crypto world, drawing new users to it. However, this dramatic escalation of the crypto world has seen another new market in the digital sphere-the NFTs, which has gathered much attention and...

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CoinDCX appoints Kiran Vivekananda as chief of public policy & government affairs

Crypto company CoinDCX has strengthened its senior leadership team by appointing Kiran Vivekananda as chief of public policy and government affairs to lead the company’s public policy and government affairs initiatives.

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ASCI processes 5532 complaints in 2021-22; education remains most violative sector

Mumbai: The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) released its annual complaints report for the period April’ 21 – March’ 22, during which it processed 5,532 advertisements across mediums including print, digital, and television. Education at 33 per cent remains the single largest violative...

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