As top fintech corporations around the globe strife to embed decentralized components into their core functionality, American multinational company Intel Corporation goes into a partnership agreement with blockchain solutions provider Hyperledger.
Andrew Keys, the co-founder of ConsenSys, joined DARMA capital crypto investments fund as a managing partner. Together with Keys, DARMA is set to position their accredited investors for a decade long Ethereum bull run.
Fluidity announced that it will launch the first ethereum-powered mortgages this summer in a project that will log mortgages onto the blockchain network offering better rates than banks.
Brave Browser now lets users earn by just surfing the web through blocking ads and only allowing those that are privacy-respecting for only those who opt to participate in the new surfing method.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced the launch of a blockchain-neutral Token Taxonomy Initiative which includes, some prominent names as are Microsoft, IBM, and J.P. Morgan Chase.
More than 100 organizations and firms including IBM, Ripple and Swift signed a charter to join a newly created International Association of Trusted Blockchain Applications.
The Louis Vuitton luxury brand conglomerate looks to introduce blockchain mass adoption to the fashion industry by launching their AURA Blockchain that will be open for use by even their competitors.
A New York investment firm, Shuttle Holdings announced that they will launch the beta version of a custody solution for digital assets built on IBM’s private cloud and encryption technologies, later this month.
Being known as a company developing payment solutions, Ripple may soon enter the gaming industry, as its CEO mentioned games build on the XRP Ledger.
ConsenSys Ventures turns back to its traditional investment methods seeking strategic partners to join their umbrella. The move is aimed at increasing the rate of Ethereum adoption globally.