Voting 13-1, Wyoming’s legislative committee has unanimously passed the bill which aims to address banking issues faced by Blockchain companies in the state.
London-based investment funds transaction network Calastone has disclosed plans of switching its entire settlements network onto a blockchain by May 2019.
Ohio-domiciled nonprofit company JumpStart, which helps and finances startups, is ready to invest $100 million in early-stage Blockchain companies that are focused on business or government use cases together with six other funds in the state.
Detroit-based automobile giant General Motors (GM) is considering the possibility of a Blockchain platform aimed at managing data from “automated cars.”
Austria’s Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies (COMET) has given the go-signal for the development of the Austrian Blockchain Center (ABC), which will be partly financed by the government.
The SEC has intensified its efforts in 2018 against bogus initial coin offerings (ICOs) and companies that have failed to register properly.
Blockchain phone Finney reveals that shipping will commence in late December.
Gustav Gerig AG will start to integrate the Pacifical logo on Raimond Freres’ traceable can lids.
The platform “is a fully managed service that makes it easy to create and manage scalable blockchain networks.”
Abu Dhabi-based Al Hilal Bank has just successfully completed what is now touted as “the world’s first sukuk transaction” facilitated using blockchain technology.
Entitled “Blockchain and International Trade: Opportunities, Challenges, and Implications for International Trade Cooperation,” the report examines the effects of the innovation on industries like customs clearance, trade finance, and transportation.
The Bahrain Institute of Banking and Finance (BIBF) has announced that it will soon be introducing its Blockchain Academy.
Although notable advancement has been achieved despite the lack of a commercial release, Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne wants his company to concentrate on Blockchain, instead of selling products.
The Jakarta Futures Exchange has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with Australian outfits Money and Allocated Bullion Exchange and Kinesis Money to introduce a blockchain-based exchange in Indonesia.
The pair is expected to utilize their own technologies, providing a decentralized ledger-based network to banks to be able to beef up security and improve the efficiency of their financial products and services.