The Chamber of Digital Commerce, together with other three bitcoin technology organizations, has launched a new project to help develop consistent blockchain regulation.
RSCoin, developed in cooperation with two researchers from the University College of London, allows central banks maintaining complete control over monetary supply while providing strong transparency and auditability guarantees.
The provider of software engineering solutions, EPAM System, has announced it dedicated a group of experts for investigating the technology behind bitcoin.
The bitcoin technology holds enormous potential to disrupt the real estate industry, according to experts.
Decentralised wallet provider Airbitz launched its long-awaited buy&sell feature including Edge Security platform.
A New-York based company specializing on voting machines, has recently announced developing a voting machine based on blockchain technology.
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
Philips Healthcare has signed an agreement with blockchain startup Tierion to investigate the blockchain technology applications.
Balaji Srinivasan, the head of bitcoin startup 21 Inc, says blockchain technology set to alter industries gain consumers.
Thirteen top banks, including Citi, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank, have joined a consortium led by financial tech firm R3 that is developing blockchain technology for the financial industry.
Banks offer using credit cards with EMV chips to better protect customer’s funds.
Nine of the world’s major banks, such as JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs and Barclays, are expected to adopt the blockchain technology in an attempt to broaden its use in the financial services sector.
Visa Inc. shares overall interest in blockchain launching a research office in India while Deutsche Bank and Forbes publish posts supporting the idea of applying the technology to financial sphere.