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Blockchain art gallery lets you invest in the artist, not the work  Blockchain art gallery lets you invest in the artist, not the work  Blockchain art gallery lets you invest in the artist, not the work
Could securitizing an artist’s career offer emerging talent a new way to get off the ground? Olivia Chang finds out how blockchain is being used by ATO Gallery in a model that is attracting Swiss investors.
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Olivia Chang
Why investors should be cautious about security tokens
Want to own a share of an expensive artwork or luxury car? Security tokens are gaining prominence in 2019, but Cyril Demaria, partner at Wellershoff & Partners, argues that investors should still be cautious.
Olivia Chang
Real or fake? How JD.com is using blockchain to tackle counterfeits
From Australian beef to luxury goods, retail giant JD.com is using blockchain to help ensure that online goods aren’t fake. Jian Pei, head of blockchain and big data at the company, says tracking and tracing products will boost consumer confidence in e-commerce.
Olivia Chang
Blockchain art gallery lets you invest in the artist, not the work
Could securitizing an artist’s career offer emerging talent a new way to get off the ground? Olivia Chang finds out how blockchain is being used by ATO Gallery in a model that is attracting Swiss investors.
Olivia Chang
How blockchain can fight plastic pollution
How has the conversation about blockchain changed at the World Economic Forum in Davos? And can blockchain be used to clean up the plastic in our oceans? CNNMoney Switzerland caught up with Joseph Lubin, founder of ConsenSys and co-founder of Ethereum, to get his outlook for 2019.
Olivia Chang
Balancing Swiss blockchain innovation with investor protection in 2019
From regulation to crypto banks to security tokens, here’s a look at where the Swiss blockchain industry is headed, according to Geneva Business School blockchain professor Fiorenzo Manganiello, and LIAN Group managing partner Nessim Gaon.
Olivia Chang
Why Swisscom Blockchain is expanding to Shanghai in 2019
Swisscom Blockchain is looking to build its global presence in 2019. CEO Daniel Haudenschild explains why they’ve hired their first representative in Shanghai to connect with large Chinese blockchain companies.
Olivia Chang
Why the hospitality industry is ripe for blockchain
Blockchain could bring down the cost of your future vacations—and make them more convenient. Riccardo Campione, professor at Swiss hospitality school Les Roches, breaks it down, from hotel prices to loyalty programs.
Olivia Chang
Why public companies may turn to ICOs in 2019
Companies go public to raise money, but could an ICO—an initial coin offering—bring in an extra layer of financing? Firms in Singapore have already taken the first steps, and, according to the CEO of Blockchain Global Limited, Switzerland could be next.
Olivia Chang
Malta PM: We want a European Union blockchain framework
Malta Prime Minister Joseph Muscat explains why he welcomes Switzerland as a competing crypto hub and what he sees as the biggest roadblocks to mass adoption of blockchain. Muscat also defends Malta’s reputation after the recent Pilatus Bank case.
Olivia Chang
Lionel Messi helps Sirin Labs launch new blockchain smartphone
Lionel Messi is the brand ambassador, but will the blockchain smartphone he’s promoting be a market winner? Switzerland’s Sirin Labs has high hopes for “Finney” and expects to sell over 100,000 in the first year. Founder, Moshe Hogeg spoke to us ahead of the launch.
Olivia Chang
How to move your business forward with blockchain technology
Blockchain requires “a leap of faith,” says Kamales Lardi, co-founder of Women in Blockchain Switzerland. She urges Swiss businesses to launch more blockchain pilots and proofs-of-concept that go to market while keeping diversity at the heart of the process.
Eléonore Payró
A false sense of security? Blockchain can be hacked
Blockchain is often described as one of the most secure technologies. But are the networks really that safe? Ryan Spanier, head of research at Kudelski Security, warns that blockchain can be hacked and foresees an increasing number of attacks.

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