Blockchain startup Datum, powered by Ethereum, BigchainDB and IPFS, is creating a global data marketplace by turning data into tradeable commodities.
The new platform is expected to revolutionize the current software and applications market, offering benefits to both consumers and developers.
The team behind an ethereum scaling solution is launching an off-the-chain micropayment system that is designed to address the scalability and latency problems of the network.
Blockchain technology seems to be taking the world by storm, but there are underlying issues that may threaten its future, namely, scalability and fees.
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Indian authorities are discussing the proposal to set up state-cryptocurrency ‘Lakshmi’ based on blockchain technology and backed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).
BTC-e trading platform announced its official rebranding and the new exchange domain Wex.nz on September 15. In its welcome statement the company shares the details of the reopening assuring they are fully AML/KYC compliant.
Tencent, the Chinese media and technology company, and Intel have announced a partnership based on blockchain technology.
The distributed ledger consortium R3 will soon launch the first production version of its Corda platform, following two years in the development stage.
The beginning of Kin token distribution event (TDE) launched by the Canadian social media giant Kik Interactive, was announced yesterday on September 12. Having already raised $50 million in a presale round, Kik aims to raise $125 million in total through the ICO (initial coin offering).
The Swiss municipality of Chiasso will accept tax payments in bitcoin starting from the beginning of 2018 in an attempt to make Switzerland a global hub for financial technologies and cryptocurrency start-ups and a world leader in bitcoin adoption.
The new account-based ticketing system will also be extended to mobile payment modes, such as Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay, from the first quarter of next year under the Mastercard trial, the Land Transport Authority said on Monday, September 11.