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.
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.
IBM plans to launch its own cryptocurrency on the Stellar blockchain. In collaboration with Veridium, the companies are going to tokenize carbon credits.
Daneel, the first personal crypto assistant uses conversational A.I. to provide instantaneous, simple answers to specific questions regarding the overall crypto-market sentiment.
In the short term, Oracle is to launch its new blockchain products: a platform-as-a-service product and decentralized ledger-based applications.
A group of the world’s leading car makers have formed the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative – a consortium for applying blockchain technology in the automotive industry.
ANZ says that the use of blockchain in the insurance sectors will help to remove uncertainty with more faster and transparent execution of services.
In the blockchain space Proxeus provides a flexible and compatible application-backbone that enables both traditional and crypto-companies to digitize and run their business processes.
The Estonia-based Daneel Company proposes a daily smart assistant using IBM Watson technology making Daneel the most powerful A.I. in cryptocurrency at your service.
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.
To support cloud business, the search giant Google is working on blockchain-related technology, developing its own distributed digital ledger.