Where are the Flying Cars and Robot Maids?

Some things are easier to imagine that they are to build. From Star Trek’s transporters and faster than light starships to The Jetsons flying cars and robot maids, some things are just really far more difficult to build than to imagine (obviously).It took almost 8...

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MedTech 2018 and the Need for Blockchain

This year as part of TxMQ’s Disruptive Technology Group, we had the chance to attend the MedTech 2018 conference. If you’re not familiar, MedTech is an innovative coalition of pharmaceutical, medical technology, life science companies, research and academic...

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The 1st Hashgraph Buffalo Event

On November 8th at 8 AM TxMQ’s Disruptive Technology Group (TxMQ DTG) presented Buffalo’s very first Hashgraph meetup, held at the prestigious offices of Hodgson Russ, LLP. The morning started off with the Managing Director of Z80 Labs Jon Spitz, who was nice enough...

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Introducing Aviator DLT by TXMQ’s DTG

In 2017, TxMQ’s Disruptive Technologies Group created Exo - an open-source framework for developing applications using the Swirlds Hashgraph consensus SDK. Our intention for Exo was to make it easier for Java developers to build Hashgraph and other DLT applications....

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H18: The Hashgraph Developer Conference

Hedera18: First Look at the Hedera Hashgraph Conference Unless you’ve been on a long vacation under a rock you may have heard that Hedera announced their public Hashgraph platform earlier this year and in the following months have made quite a few waves in the DLT...

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The Blockchain Smart City

The Blockchain Smart City As recent societal and technological advances have granted many around the globe access to a higher living standard, urbanization is becoming a much more common global trend than in decades previous. Although state and municipal governments...

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