Microsoft predicts interesting days in the distributed ledger ecosystem and is looking for new partners and new open technologies.
Microsoft has added four new partners, including BitPay, to its Azure blockchain-toolkit platform.
Microsoft’s Azure Blockchain has added Eris, CoinPrism (OpenChain) and Factom as new partners to its blockchain-toolkit platform.
Microsoft has published an update on the Azure Blockchain as a Service, saying it is investigating how to add the Ripple’s payments technology.
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.
IT giant Microsoft has cooperated with Ethereum collective ConsenSys to offer development tools for its enterprise users through the Azure cloud platform.