With the new IBM Blockchain Platform Starter Plan, smaller scale businesses can quickly learn, build and try out their own blockchain network in an environment designed for development and testing.
Technological progress does not stand still. With a view to change the way the world works, IBM has unveiled its annual “5 in 5” technology predictions.
One of the leading providers of integrated logistics becomes an early adopter of a promising global trade digitization platform.
Japanese multi-modal transport group, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, is now investigating possibilities of blockchain technology to perform international transactions.
Walmart, JD, Tsinghua University and IBM announced creation of the Blockchain Food Safety Alliance, aimed at traceability and safety of food supply chain in China.
The partners have already successfully conducted a proof-of-concept, which demonstrated the technology’s potential to improve the current cargo delivery processes.
IBM announced intention to use blockchain technology in order to track marijuana sales.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and IBM Watson Health will collaborate to apply blockchain technology to harness data.
Software giant IBM, regional financial services company KlickEx Group, and Stellar, a non-profit organisation that supports an open source blockchain network, have unveiled a new regional cross-border payments solution using IBM’s blockchain technology.
IBM and Hyperledger project have joined Decentralized Identity Foundation (DIF) consortium.
Four banking giants have joined IBM-led and UBS-backed initiative to create a new global trade finance platform Batavia.
New platform designed to support trade finance transactions.
The companies announced they are going to explore how the blockchain technology can be used to increase global food safety and prevent illnesses caused by contaminated products.