Ubisoft, the company behind Assassin’s Creed and Just Dance, is exploring applications of blockchain for video games.
Two banks and three money remittance firms across four different countries are turning to Ripple’s blockchain networks for cross-border payments.
Russia may not be known as a defender of democracy, but the capital city of Moscow is using an ethereum-based voting platform to change that.
Distributed ledger software provider R3 has formed a blockchain education group designed to prepare lawyers for large-scale enterprise adoption.
Russian development bank Vnesheconombank has partnered with Kaliningrad’s regions government to pilot blockchain-based payment solutions.
New patent filings from Lenovo indicate the technology company hopes to use a blockchain-based system for the authentication of physical documents.
BlockFi, a startup that offers U.S. dollar loans to crypto-asset owners, has raised $1.55 million in capital from investors.
Fidelity Charitable has revealed it received $69 million in crypto donations in 2017, making it the fastest-growing option accepted by the firm.
South Africa’s central bank has launched a program that will trial JPMorgan’s Quorum blockchain for interbank clearing and settlement.
The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology will oversee a hearing on blockchain applications on Valentine’s Day.
A new rush of entrepreneurs, this time armed with crypto tokens, think they can reinvent real estate for more efficient equity investment.
Cryptocurrencies could one day help investors diversify their equity and bond portfolios, analysts for JPMorgan Chase wrote in a new report.
T-Mobile has entered the blockchain space and it’s using Hyperledger technology as a way to rebuild its services on open-source software.
A new patent application from the CME outlines ways in which the rules underlying private blockchains can be rewritten.
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