CMCC Capital, a Hong Kong-based VC firm, has tapped Zhao Chen from Neo Global Development, one of the biggest blockchain firms in China.
Indian tech tycoon Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), having a market capitalization of more than $100 billion, has rolled out a blockchain development kit.
Weihai city has asked investors to take caution and ensure they are truly investing in blockchain technology and not cryptocurrency taking on the appearance of blockchain.
Cobalt manufacturer Glencore PLC is joining the Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network (RSBN).
Bank of China has issued 20 billion yuan or around $2.8 billion in blockchain-based bonds for small businesses with their own blockchain platforms.
The blockchain and AI subsidiary of China's major insurance agency Ping An Insurance, OneConnect Financial Technology, has set the terms for its recently revealed initial public offering (IPO).
OK Group, the operator of digital currency exchange OKCoin, is set to put $140 million in China to encourage blockchain adoption.
The Central Bank of Sri Lanka intends to establish a blockchain-based know-your-customer (KYC) platform.
Network tech tycoon Cisco has won a patent specifying how it could use blockchain to secure the information in 5G telecommunication systems.
Amazon, DHL, and FedEx are developing drones that deliver packages to your door. However, IBM imagines a future where drones take them instead.
South Korean internet tycoon Kakao CEO Yeo Min-soo stated that his company's Klaytn blockchain is like Facebook's Libra except that it is way ahead in its advancement.
HSBC bank is intending to track around $20 billion in assets on a blockchain-based custody platform early next year
The Federal Council of Switzerland has called for an improved regulatory system for distributed ledger technology (DLT) and blockchain in the nation.
A new fund has been established with the intention of avoiding the EU lagging behind countries like the U.S. and China on blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) development.
The People's Bank of China (PBoC) has a plan to set industry standards for fintech categories, including blockchain.