DAVOS, Switzerland — Defense contractor Lockheed Martin (LMT) and the Filecoin Foundation could soon make an open-source blockchain network accessible in space, the two organizations announced Monday at an event hosted by the Filecoin Foundation on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting.
Crypto boosters have long claimed to be going to the moon, but it appears the blockchain technology will soon actually reach space. Lockheed Martin on Monday announced plans to host a decentralized storage network in space, as it hopes to build infrastructure that can sustain life in space.
Baja Chetak the iconic scooter of all time has recently made a comeback in the Indian market in the form of an EV and it seems that the lineup has witnessed an overwhelming response from the Chetak lovers. It seems that Bajaj Auto has understood the demand and need of the Indian consumers and now it’s planning to expand the EV lineup which is going to happen in the upcoming years. According to a report from RushLane, a Chetak-based electric scooter has already been spotted in Pune near the Bajaj plant, and it’s quite obvious that the company is working on it.
Agnikul Cosmos, a space technology startup nurtured at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, might very well seek a patent for its huge, second-stage engine Agnilet, which claims is the world’s 1st single-piece 3D-printed rocket engine.
Agnikul Cosmos, the space tech startup incubated at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, will apply for a patent for its full-scale, second-stage engine Agnilet, which it claims is the world’s first single-piece 3D-printed rocket engine. This means it’s been made in one shot without the thousands of parts that are typically assembled in a conventional rocket engine.
Oye Rickshaw! is looking to increase its national footprint to over 25 cities and grow 5X from the current 4 million in FY23. The company is looking to add around 100,000 EVs to its stable in the next 12 months.