The National Research Council might have just taken the first step towards eliminating the need for physical archives with a new blockchain-based database developed by an Ottawa firm
A local startup is helping the federal government take its first steps into the blockchain with a pilot program to publish open data on grants and other financial contributions.
“Silicon Valley, everyone wants to believe,” Bitaccess CEO Moe Adham told Techopia Live. And yet, the company didn’t stay in California. They came back.
Why one Ottawa startup is betting big on Bitcoin ATMs, smart contracts and all things blockchain
Canada now has more bitcoin teller machines (BTMs) than any other country in the world after 10 more were installed Wednesday, and an Ottawa company is leading the way in fuelling their gro
Fears that Bitcoins will become a currency of choice for shady transactions are overblown, the co-founder of Ottawa-based BitAccess said Friday, responding to a recently released Finance De