Two blockchain-centered startups have inked partnership to allow Amazon purchases with ethereum.
Enigma is officially releasing its second test network for “secret contract” blockchain.
ConsenSys subsidiary Truffle has announced that it will be integrating its ethereum developer tools with Microsoft Azure in a bid to bring quality developer tools to enterprise blockchains.
Crypto startup Bitwage has added ether as a payroll option.
Thanks to the sped-up testnet activation, some ecosystem participants believe that Atlantis may be implemented on the mainnet by as early as August 2019.
The startups are using a combination of smart contracts and insurance to keep funds safe from hackers and other bad actors.
Although Keys has already made the transition to working full-time at DARMA, he will still act as an advisor for ConsenSys.
Russian blockchain startup Factorin revealed that it is implementing its system into production with Dixy already on board.
Both companies will combine resources and institutional knowledge to develop solutions for security and interoperability issues faced by existing IoT systems.
Nightfall runs on zero-knowledge proofs (ZKP), which allow the sharing of information between two parties without revealing the information itself.
The French energy mogul EDF wants to streamline its cloud-based infrastructure by developing an application on the Ethereum blockchain.
One key project the two countries may potentially collaborate on is the issuance of a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
JPMorgan is including new privacy features in its Ethereum-powered Quorum blockchain.
The real discussion regarding Ethereum’s next system-wide upgrade is about to start.
Grayscale Ethereum Trust is described as “the first U.S. publicly quoted security solely invested in and deriving value from the price of ethereum.”