With a view to become a smart city, Taipei partners with IOTA to provide its residents with a wide range of new technological advantages.
At Davos, dignitaries from the world of finance remained critical about Bitcoin and cryptos and a few demanded regulatory measures to be brought in place.
At the World Economic Forum 2018, some of the prominent personalities discuss the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies and how it can shape the global economy in future.
The technology associated with blockhain has been tested for more than 2 years to prove that it meets all of the requirements of Australia’s stock market and is now ready to become the one of wide use.
Hong Kong and Singapore have committed to work on a strategic project on trade finance cross-border infrastructure, based on distributed ledger technology (DLT).
Findings of analysis of distributed ledger technology conducted by the Bank of Japan (BOJ) and the European Central Bank (ECB) state, that DLT is “immature” to power the world’s biggest payment systems.
US-based bank files three new patent apps aimed at validating of not only users of its system, but also of the information within it.
The UK’s central bank has developed its own Proof of Concept ledger and will make the next version of its interbank payments system compatible with settlement in a distributed ledger.
Deutsche Börse Group actively participates in the blockchain area and aims to explore more new business opportunities with the disruptive technology.
The paper issued by the companies highlights possible advantages and challenges of adopting distributed ledger technologies to financial services.
R3 CEV has unveiled the news on the Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Conference in New York.
The central bank of the UK takes a reasonable approach to a distributed ledger study and adoption.
The UK’s Chief Scientist and Advisor Sir Mark Walport explained in this report that blockchain has the potential to help governance to politicians and leaders of authority.