An Irish medical aid project recorded on the blockchain has seen a world first this week – a baby.
Initially, a project funded to tackle controversies in the charitable sector regarding fair distribution of donations and a joint effort between Irish AID:Tech and Dutch PharmAccess, the collaboration are celebrating the success of a women’s aid project in Tanzania, resulting in the birth of 3-babies so far. Continue reading “The Worlds First Baby Born On The Blockchain, In Tanzania”
Atlanta has become a magnet for the tech industry and now there is an exciting opportunity for those holding high school diplomas or a GED. The program is called TechBridge and its mission is to train young adults from the ages of 18-24 in the skills needed in today’s tech environment. Continue reading “Atlanta Councilman Andre Dickens: TechBridge offers free training and jobs”
Sierra Leone’s presidential elections have made world history, reports OkayAfrica.
The latest election is notable because it is the first in the world to use blockchain technology, according to Business Insider. Each paper ballot was announced out loud by election official and then manually logged by Agora, the company that provided the technology. Continue reading “Sierra Leone Is The First Country In The World To Use Blockchain Technology To Prevent Election Meddling”
Black males in tech, or the lack thereof, have been a trending topic lately. While many Black men have the degrees, companies simply aren’t hiring them. Instead of waiting for doors of opportunity to open, George Powell decided to build his own company from the ground up, with the assistance of his co-founder Johnny Wright, and the stars are rewarding him for his ingenuity. Continue reading “Beauty tech app bridges the gap between brands, professionals and clients”