Deloitte experts believe that integration of blockchain technology may revolutionize the retail and consumer packaged goods industry.
This project, created in partnership with the French Federation of Insurers (FFA) and Deloitte’s professional services, which is currently in the testing phase, aims to optimize information between insurers in the context of the new French provision on ordinary mobility.
The government aims to facilitate the growth of the financial technology in the country by providing favorable jurisdiction for cryptocurrency projects.
Deloitte, one of the largest professional services network in the world, signed partner agreement with Waves Platform, the largest blockchain project originated from Russia.
With these 8 new members, the total number of Hyperledger participants has reached 142.
Canada-based professional services provider drives blockchain adoption with the integration of bitcoin payments at its Toronto office’s restaurant.
The new laboratory is staffed with 25 blockchain developers and designers working to transform the way digital services are provided.
Deloitte is opening its second blockchain lab to focus on providing blockchain-powered solutions for its clients in the financial sector.
Blockchain technology company Bitfury Group together with international law company Covington will launch a new blockchain advocacy group later this month.
Cambridge Innovation Center becomes the first company to use blockchain technology for lease contracts with the help of Deloitte Netherlands.
One of the leading audit and consulting services providers, Deloitte, made its first investment in the blockcain-based startup as part of its initiative to diversify its business model.
The white paper focuses on twelve smart contract use cases across a range of industries and topics.