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March 26, 2019, 02:52:10 PM
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The blockchain technology has continued to be massively used in banking processes across the world. In Italy, UniCredit has finally made the first commercial transaction via the blockchain. Using the We.Trade platform, UniCredit has allowed the metal packaging manufacturer ASA Group to buy a tinplate game from its supplier, Steelforce, which was supported by KBC Bank based in Belgium.

Read the details in the article of Coinidol dot com, the world blockchain news outlet: https://coinidol.com/unicredit-makes-transaction/

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why did you use bitcoin logo though? even if they use blockchain, it doesn't mean they support cryptocurrency. it doesn't make sense either if they run the node by themselves. might as well go for the classic centralised database. could save time without too much jargon.

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March 27, 2019, 06:27:51 AM
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why did you use bitcoin logo though? even if they use blockchain, it doesn't mean they support cryptocurrency. it doesn't make sense either if they run the node by themselves. might as well go for the classic centralised database. could save time without too much jargon.

Yeah, this is blockchain news, and Bitcoin in people's mind equates crypto. And the inverse can also be said, that even if people use cryptocurrency (a cryptographically secured form of currency, let's just say), it doesn't mean they support the original tenets of blockchain.

Don't know about saving time without jargon but yeah, there's too little time invested in finding out first if blockchain actually has a case, but that's part of the hype cycle. I remember when even butchers rushed for their own dot.coms in the 1990s, just for the sake of having an internet presence.

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why did you use bitcoin logo though? even if they use blockchain, it doesn't mean they support cryptocurrency. it doesn't make sense either if they run the node by themselves. might as well go for the classic centralised database. could save time without too much jargon.
Another Epic fail image from CoinIdol. Maybe that BTC logo is intended for 'B' = Blockchain. lol

No doubt that blockchain tech can anytime be adopted since we do know that this tech is really applicable on banking system or any institution that do involves transactions and data
transfers.The mistake here is that when we do talk about blockchain they do already generalize and including bitcoin/crypto on the scene.



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