The technology behind bitcoin is expected to transform traditional business models in the financial industry, according to Sopra Banking Software.
Morgan Stanley can follow Goldman and Santander that have recently unveiled their plans to leave R3 consortium.
A new payment service called Amazon Direct allows Amazon users to pay for purchases in bitcoin.
Siemens to take part in a new project with the US-based blockchain startup that will enable energy transfers through the distributed ledger technology.
The Internal Revenue Services sent Coinbase a summons asking for information on all users basing on three isolated cases when people used bitcoin to evade taxes.
One of the leading consulting services companies has developed a new platform that will enable digital assets to be used for a range of services, including everyday commerce, banking, and other personal currency and asset related services.
Ten of the globe’s leading banks have worked with R3 to create a new service for Know Your Customer (KYC) procedure using the distributed ledger technology.
R3 has announced a deal with Singapore’s financial regulatory authority to establish the first dedicated distributed ledger technology (DLT) Center of Excellence in the Asian region.
Iroha will allow even more developers to create projects and applications based on the distributed ledger technology.
Samsung may soon roll out its mobile payment system in Canada, according to a Twitter user who contacted a customer service rep with the company.
Synereo wants to use the investment to truly disrupt the traditional role of centralized servers.
Radar is Stripe’s fraud detection service that is now available for customers including international ones.
ICICI Bank concludes that blockchain enables almost instant transactions that take several minutes.