A subsidiary of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange (GSX) is aiming to become one of the first licensed and regulated crypto exchanges operated by an EU stock exchange. The company, the Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange (GBX), has reportedly introduced 300 retail account holders to its platform as part of its launch. The company has suggested that in […]
The official archive of the UK government is investigating blockchain technology in order to answer pressing questions related to archive management.
Three years after Ripple shelved Codius, Stefan Thomas is bringing the smart contract platform back to life with his eyes set on disrupting Ethereum.
“Convergence” means different things to different people in the blockchain space. But it’s a word that’s cropping up again and again.
A newly released Intel patent application sets out a system for automatically creating and validating blocks on a distributed ledger.
Most big firms find blockchain compelling, but some of those same firms also find it overhyped, according to a new survey.
A pioneer of public-key cryptography said the blockchain boom represents a “resurgence” of the work he helped start in the 1970s.
A scientific institution overseen by China has announced that it will produce monthly assessments of blockchain projects.
Christine Moy, Amber Baldet’s successor at JPMorgan, shares her thoughts on the future of enterprise DLT and the role of public blockchain networks.
Patterns in usage have allowed four researchers to link many supposedly private zcash transactions to mining pools and founders. Zcash has responded.
Microsoft announced a new “scaffolding” toolkit through its Azure Blockchain Workbench, which can help developers quickly build applications.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) have outlined plans to replace its current clearing and settlement system with a DLT model within the next two years. The current system, the “Clearing House Electronic Subregister System”(CHESS) which has been used by ASX since the 1990’s, will be replaced with blockchain technology possibly in 2020. The idea of […]
The Australian Securities Exchange provided an update on its plans to replace its settlement and clearing system with blockchain technology.
Giving up full decentralization could solve many of blockchain’s existing problems, says Yao Qian, research director at China’s central bank.
Elemential, which is based in Mumbai, India, seeks to remove the pain of “blockchain administration.”