The Qtum Foundation aims at wider blockchain adoption and makes great efforts to adapt existing products and services for the new technology.
Supported by reliable partners and third parties, Qtum aims to establish a smart contract hub, offering secure contract templates for a number of industries and use cases, such as supply chain management, telecommunications, IoT, social networking, and more.
The white paper focuses on twelve smart contract use cases across a range of industries and topics.
The distributed ledger, called Assembly, is the first one that can be used in institutional finance.
Sweden is planning to put real-estate transactions on the blockchain together with ChromaWay, Kairos Future and Telia.
R3 CEV has unveiled the news on the Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Conference in New York.
Thus millions of developers get opportunity to create smart contract programs running on the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
RSK Labs plans to launch smart contracts platform as a sidechain on the bitcoin blockchain, following $1 million investment round.
Deloitte insists that if properly applied, blockchain has potential to enhance financial services.
Visa Europe Collab, Visa Europe’s innovation hub, teamed up with Epiphyte to work on the new proof of concept for blockchain-based international remittance services.
Microsoft and ConsenSys team up to offer Ethereum Blockchain as a Service on Microsoft Azure. The service will allow customers to use a single click cloud based blockchain developer environment.
Coloured coins startup Colu teamed up with the consulting company Deloitte to bring the blockchain technology to the new markets.
Visa have introduced a new proof-of-concept that will make it easier for people to lease a car without leaving a vehicle, thanks to a combination of Visa, DocuSign and blockchain technology