Daimler AG has become one of 115 members of the Hyperledger Project working on the creation of common distributed ledger technology.
Together, the companies will develop and demonstrate the use cases that adopt blockchain technology to business propositions and processes.
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.
Together, the companies will explore how attestations could serve the needs of developers and organizations.
The institute will focus on the ability of the blockchain to settle real-time transactions in a secure and fast way.
Deutsche Börse Group actively participates in the blockchain area and aims to explore more new business opportunities with the disruptive technology.
The new laboratory is staffed with 25 blockchain developers and designers working to transform the way digital services are provided.
Seven large banks are collaborating to make domestic and cross-border commerce easier for European small and medium-sized enterprises.
Deloitte is opening its second blockchain lab to focus on providing blockchain-powered solutions for its clients in the financial sector.
Post-trade financial services company has announced it will soon start developing new blockchain-based platform for processing credit default swaps.
Status is an Ethereum-based wallet, messenger, DApp browser, and an open source project with the mission to facilitate the transition to a more open internet and financial system.
Greenwich Associates considers the blockchain to be one of the top market structure trends to develop in 2017.