IBM has a team of cybersecurity experts working with enterprise clients to make sure their distributed ledgers are free from vulnerabilities.
A spate of major cryptocurrencies are looking to lightning network-like systems as part of an effort to scale their platforms for more transactions.
The CFTC’s Technology Advisory Committee created two subcommittees devoted to cryptocurrencies and blockchain in its meeting today.
South Africa’s central bank has launched a program that will trial JPMorgan’s Quorum blockchain for interbank clearing and settlement.
British MEP Kay Swinburne has called on the U.K. to implement and champion blockchain technology as the country moves to leave the EU.
Software giant Microsoft has said it will trial decentralized identities built on public blockchains within its Microsoft Authenticator application.
Agility will share and receive information about shipments through the blockchain in hopes of reducing the cost of administration and documentation.
Santander UK is working with Ripple to allow customers to make international payments using a new mobile app.
The researchers behind the SPECTRE project have developed another blockchain scaling solution called the PHANTOM protocol.
Intel’s Sawtooth blockchain software has become the second codebase to graduate from incubation by the Hyperledger blockchain consortium.
Two San Francisco blockchain startups are teaming up, including one that is aiming to create a kind of decentralized Airbnb.
A new state bill introduced to the Colorado Senate is looking at using blockchain technology to secure private data from cyberattacks.
This week another company reaped the benefits of adding ‘blockchain technology’ to the firm’s business model. The publicly listed company, Ameri Holdings (AMRH), revealed on January 10 that it was going to utilize the emerging tech within its operations. The company got a swift market valuation boost from the announcement. According to reports Ameri Holdings […]
A presentation by the bank’s wealth management execs declared that blockchain technology has a lot of potential, but was lukewarm of cryptocurrencies.
In a new application released by the USPTO, Apple describes how it might use a blockchain-based platform to generate and secure timestamps.