It is one of the first major conferences in the Balkans dedicated to cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology and a part of series which take place in 11 countries.
Education, Science and Sport Minister Maja Makovec Brenčič will be in Geneva today to sign an agreement making Slovenia an associate member of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) with a view to becoming a full-fledged member in five years.
We are proud to be one of the Partners of the American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg (AMCHAM) at the AMCHAM’s annual Christmas lunch. Minister Pierre Gramegna will be present as well!
One year old. Their baby is just a year old. And with already more than 80,000 users in four countries, the least we can say is that its first steps are more than promising! In November 2015, Donatienne Van Houtryve and Geraldine Biebuyck gave birth to a collaborative application for organizing babysitting simply and effectively, and above all, with trustworthy babysitters.
When they digitalize, banks often focus all their attention IT part, but digitization also applies also to processes, culture, people and a new way of management; this realisation was one of the exciting highlights of the Business Breakfast “Luxembourg meets Slovenian Fintech Ecosystem: Innovative and concrete solutions” held on Tuesday 25 at October Hotel le Royal in Luxembourg city.
Uber wants to launch two services in the Slovenian capital.
Scorechain, the Luxembourg-based company has announced Today the constitution of an innovative group of 10 key players of the Luxembourg fund industry to explore Blockchain technology’s impact on the asset management industry. Ten founding members representing major financial institutions including BIL, BNP Paribas, CACEIS, European Fund Administration, HSBC, ING Luxembourg, Pictet, RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Société Générale Bank & Trust, and Professional Services firm PwC Luxembourg have joined forces with Scorechain.
The security of applications must be thought through from the start, more precisely during the conception stage. What seems obvious to the automotive industry, is much less in terms of IT developments. Why?