Anheuser-Busch InBev, the parent company of Budweiser, is strengthening its blockchain efforts to help unbanked workers.
The blockchain platform will introduce 20-40% savings on costs through decreased human content management and automated workflows.
The site is currently down and the founders can’t be reached.
LINE Pay Corporation has partnered with Visa to provide new fintech services for their retail and merchant clients.
Aion Network revealed a new virtual machine developed on top of the well-known Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
Voatz stated that it will utilize the investment to increase the usability and accessibility of its platform.
The startups are using a combination of smart contracts and insurance to keep funds safe from hackers and other bad actors.
Azarus will be using the money to further develop its game network smart challenge platform.
Kadena’s “Pact 3.0” is opening conversations between private and public blockchains.
The company claims that its solution will be the first non-custodial wallet without private keys, points of failure, or passwords, plus a custodian-grade experience for users.
Cryptocurrency exchange OKCoin has expanded in the EU, introducing euro pairs to traders for the first time.
Further updates regarding Blockport’s future, which the company said will be unhindered by the bankruptcy filing, will reportedly be issued in Q3 of 2019.
London-based Katana Cryptographic, the company behind the wallet app, has received a $100,000 investment from privacy-focused investment firm Cypherpunk Holdings.
The Austin Blockchain Collective revealed the formation of its Healthcare Working Group.
Blockchain startup Axel has introduced its Wallet on Axel Network, its own blockchain-powered platform.