FILE - An advertisement for Bitcoin cryptocurrency is displayed on a street in Hong Kong, Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022. Bitcoin prices have surged in recent days, Wednesday, March 2,  as investors once again appear to view the volatile cryptocurrency as safe haven for their money in the midst of rising geopolitical tensions. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)

How an interagency team took down terror networks exploiting the pandemic

In 2020, ISIS made website to sell face masks. A team from the FBI, IRS and DHS stopped and seized 300 cryptocurrency accounts worth $2 million. They’re…

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Beyond Bitcoin: How federal agencies are discovering new uses for blockchain

By breaking blockchain down to its core concept, federal agencies are coming up with new uses for the innovation.

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Is it time for agencies to join the blockchain conversation?

Tim Gilday, a principal of technology acceleration at CSRA, makes the case for why agencies should figure out where this new security technology could work.

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Jerry Cuomo: IBM offers open source code for Blockchain

The technological underpinnings of digital currency promises to transform information technology itself. The main piece is called Blockchain, and IBM has staked out territory by offering open source code for Blockchain. Jerry Cuomo, IBM fellow and vice president for Blockchain, shares the details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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