The companies have joined hands to launch an initiative that will help blockchain-related businesses get wider exposure and easily find each other via a secure decentralized platform.
Hu-manity aims at establishing transparent data-sharing between individuals and corporations. Hu-manity’s global consent ledger gives users absolute control over individual data.
IBM’s cross-border payments solution will facilitate instant clearing and settlement of all transactions using Stellar’s blockchain network.
The world’s most populous country has filed a prevail number of blockchain patent applications leaving the U.S. a poor second in the race for technology dominance.
The TradeLens platform will employ smart contract services for complex shipping solutions to further streamline the global supply chain.
IBM, CLS, and nine financial institutions are testing a new platform which can make it easier for banks to access distributed ledger technology (DLT) solutions from fintech and software providers.
A crypto startup Stronghold is launching a new stablecoin in partnership with IBM. The coin is pegged against the US dollar and is now available to institutional clients.
A group of European banks have conducted a series of cross-border financial trades via a jointly developed blockchain-powered platform.
IBM plans to launch its own cryptocurrency on the Stellar blockchain. In collaboration with Veridium, the companies are going to tokenize carbon credits.
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.