Learn more about the blockchain fundamentals workshop organized by the Bataan Public-Private Partnership and Investment Center and DynaQuest.
The award-giving body specifically recognized the initiative of DynaQuest to organize a fundraising event for street children, where Cruz-Macapagal spearheaded the launch of the Humanility ‘From Street to School Art” non-fungible token (NFT) collection.
Humanility is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of street children who were once abandoned and exploited.
In celebration of International Women’s Day and National Women’s Month, Sit-Up Philippines, DynaQuest, and the Philippine Blockchain Association recognize the 10 Women Innovators in Blockchain from the Philippines.
Spear heading the effort in disaster preparedness and management on Philippine climate that are attributed to the weather, the five projects are implemented by the DOST-PAGASA.
Technology is an enabler for further innovation as an essential asset in helping humanitarian and non-profit programs in becoming more sustainable for the long-term.
When we look at the bigger picture and what are the opportunities amid the disruption, we can see a whole new picture that will launch forth our efforts not on survival instincts, but on the thriving, living side of innovation.
The pandemic has caused a great disruption on how schools will and must operate as we move society despite the looming threat of infectious diseases.
Being aware and being informed of the best practices in securing our digital banking is our first line of defense.
Much like the 2019 edition of the Enterprise Blockchain Awards, the 2020 edition was something different but still innovative.