The South Korean government is exploring blockchain’s potential to boost the marine logistics efficiency.
Amazon has answered the questions regarding data ownership as well as its future in developing blockchain technology.
Alireza Daliri says, “This is possible with empowering the infrastructure of the blockchain technology with the help of government and private sector.”
A former Goldman Sachs executive turned crypto startup founder stated that cryptocurrency and blockchain are by far among the most revolutionary technology to have ever emerged.
Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, has launched an incubation program in an effort to promote crypto and blockchain-related innovations.
Facebook Blockchain arm is booming despite the cryptocurrency bear market.
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, the second largest bank in Spain, has integrated blockchain technology to facilitate the issuance of a €150 million term loan for Porsche Holdings, Europe’s largest car distributor.
In the resolution entitled “Blockchain: a forward-looking trade policy,” the European Parliament (EP) presents how Blockchain can be employed in improving EU trading policies.
Daniel Peled, the co-founder and CEO of Orbs, states that with the conclusion of the fundraising bid, Orbs can now further invest in research and continue to develop its core technology.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) hopes that with Blockchain technology, it will be easier to find out who is abusing the “Do Not Call” system and in what manner.
Blockchain consortium Hyperledger has announced the addition of 16 new members as part of the project's continuous expansion.
UNICEF recognizes the potential of Blockchain tech in restructuring entire industries, specifically those plagued with rampant fraud and corruption activities.
The Gibraltar Blockchain Exchange is providing digital assets insurance for all forms of professional indemnity through local firm Callaghan Insurance Brokers, including coverage for hot and cold wallets.
San Francisco-based software development firm Daxima is working on a blockchain-based system for tracking the entire lifespan of a cattle, in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Agriculture as well as Atlanta-based cattle ranching conglomerate Kelly Products.
Ilinois-based insurance company StateFarm is integrating blockchain technology as part of a new platform developed for streamlining the subrogation process of insurance.