Blockchain innovation will most probably be standardized by 2021, as per American business and financial services firm Moody's.
Mark Mobius, is still bearish on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology with a few caveats.
Franklin Templeton has selected the Stellar network to record the proprietorship of the fund’s shares.
Hydrogen, a fintech blockchain developer, has revealed that its platform is now accessible on software tycoon Oracle’s Cloud Marketplace.
Mastercard has joined blockchain-powered Marco Polo, a consortium working to streamline worldwide trade.
Thailand is utilizing IBM and Maersk's blockchain initiative to streamline its shipment tracking procedures.
A Korean start-up will be fractionally offering two works by David Hockney in September.
Constellation revealed a collaboration with the U.S. Air Force to assist in automating the armed force branch’s huge information management.
A new Hyperledger blockchain effort is seeking to stabilize the Chilean stock market and draw in overseas investors.
FINMA has granted the first “banking and securities licenses” to two blockchain firms, SEBA Crypto AG and Sygnum AG.
NEC Argentina S.A. has joined forces with IDB Lab and the Civil Association DECODES of NGO Bitcoin Argentina to create a blockchain-based digital identity solution.
The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) is partnering with fintech company Digital Asset and VMWare to move its present exchange platform onto distributed ledger technology.
Democratic candidate Andrew Yang states he will execute blockchain-based mobile voting if he wins the 2020 United States presidential race.
Travelport revealed it is utilizing IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric to ensure commissions paid to travel agencies.
Japan’s biggest gift card exchange plans to utilize blockchain to expand internationally.