Ernst & Young introduced its unique zero-knowledge proof privacy solution that is aimed at reducing barriers to blockchain adoption.
This blockchain-based platform will provide an accurate and real-time calculation of each participant’s royalty position along with enhanced visibility to the transactions versus the legacy process.
The Insurwave platform supports more than half-million automated ledger transactions and will manage risks for more than a 1000 commercial vessels in the first year of its deployment.
With these 8 new members, the total number of Hyperledger participants has reached 142.
EY Switzerland launches the first bitcoin ATM where customers will be able to exchange Swiss francs for bitcoins and vice versa.
Accounting giant has announced its third acceleration programme that will focus on blockchain applications and unveiled six startups participating in the initiative.
Ernst and Young explains that financial industry is far from being the only one that can benefit from the blockchain technology.
The auction of such a kind is the first one in Australia and the second in the world.
According to the recent research, elaborated by Ernst and Young, the use of fintech among digitally active consumers is anticipated to double next year.