Snip-Bancor partnership takes to the next level, rewards investors with free coins in order to add thousands of BNT holders to the Snip network.
The government agencies will have an access to the blockchain technology in the Microsoft’s Azure Government cloud platform to keep their data safe.
Chatbot platform Miniapps.pro teamed up with ICOBox, a SaaS solutions provider for conducting ICOs, to make its blockchain-based marketplace and AI-powered chatbot platform affordable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Michael Novogratz and Galaxy Investment Partners have invested into the huge and under the radar Worldwide Asset eXchange (WAX), which looks to disrupt the $50 billion ‘gaming skins’ market.
Software giant IBM, regional financial services company KlickEx Group, and Stellar, a non-profit organisation that supports an open source blockchain network, have unveiled a new regional cross-border payments solution using IBM’s blockchain technology.
Health data is tricky. It’s highly sensitive, heavily regulated, constantly changing, and there’s a ton of it. However, one company, BurstIQ, has developed an innovative approach to managing health data.
Blockchain startup Gladius plans to revolutionize the CDN and DDoS protection industries by making them cheaper, faster and safer.
IBM and Hyperledger project have joined Decentralized Identity Foundation (DIF) consortium.
With the help of the token sale Prosense.tv wants to create the world’s first decentralized peer-to-peer (P2P) livestreaming platform for the distribution of VR content.
XBT Provider by CoinShares, the issuer behind the world’s first bitcoin ETNs, is announcing that the first Ether ETNs are now available for trading on Nasdaq Stockholm.
MicroMoney, the world’s first Blockchain-based credit Bureau, partners with ICOBox, the leading supplier of SaaS solutions for conducting ICOs, with an intention to open access to banking for everyone.
Startup Circle opens source project CENTRE that is based on blockchain technology and will be aimed to connect different digital wallets.
Follows IBM and Microsoft in chase after enterprise clients who want to build next-gen blockchain-enabled applications, Oracle recently unveiled ‘Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service.’