In the framework of cooperation with Microsoft Israel’s Bank Hapoalim seeks to digitize paper-based process of creating bank guarantees by using blockchain techs.
IBM and Thailand’s Kbank launch blockchain-based Letter of Guarantee service to avoid paperwork, provide high rate transparency, and shorten a Letter of Guarantee process reducing the procedures down to only the click of a button.
Ethereum blockchain is expected to automate all stages of bookings and improve flight tickets sale.
The banks will be mainly involved in testing and validating the application to evaluate how the technology scales and performs.
Walmart filed a patent application to develop a blockchain processing device to track, register and authenticate items of the payload moving through a supply chain.
PIVX cryptocurrency, forked from DASH v0.12.0.x core uses custom PoS, changes name from Darknet to enable private, instant and verified transactions.
The creation of NYIAX, world’s first guaranteed advertising contract exchange, is believed to revolutionize the advertising sphere.
The companies have announced a new blockchain-based solution that will bring the distributed ledger technology to the telecommunications industry.
Microsoft predicts interesting days in the distributed ledger ecosystem and is looking for new partners and new open technologies.
Deloitte insists that if properly applied, blockchain has potential to enhance financial services.
Visa Inc. shares overall interest in blockchain launching a research office in India while Deutsche Bank and Forbes publish posts supporting the idea of applying the technology to financial sphere.