A group of the world’s leading car makers have formed the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative – a consortium for applying blockchain technology in the automotive industry.
JP Morgan has announced its exit from the bank blockchain consortium, thus becoming the latest banking giant to leave the initiative.
The group will focus on the adoption of bitcoin’s underlying technology to the Internet of Things segment.
Seven large banks are collaborating to make domestic and cross-border commerce easier for European small and medium-sized enterprises.
The Seam is forming a new consortium in collaboration with IT giant IBM to provide distributed ledger solutions for the cotton businesses globally.
R3 aims to encourage collaboration and contribution to the Corda platform by giving developers an access to the source code.
Morgan Stanley can follow Goldman and Santander that have recently unveiled their plans to leave R3 consortium.
R3 CEV is starting fundraising with most of consortium participants expressing their interest in investing.
Microsoft promises the same great functionality as the original release in the Azure Quickstart templates along with a more robust user experience.
Now, the AIA Group will join a group of world’s leading financial organizations collaborating on the development of blockchain-based applications.
Global tech companies have joined forces to launch the first Japanese blockchain industry organization with an aim of increasing public awareness of the technology.
Microsoft joins R3 consortium to help developing the blockchain technology for the financial services industry.