The technical giant Microsoft is getting more into the blockchain as it has presented two decentralized business products serving for users’ digital identity protection.
The technologies giant Microsoft is connecting its major products to blockchain. A number of Microsoft platforms has already been quietly linked to the technology.
The government agencies will have an access to the blockchain technology in the Microsoft’s Azure Government cloud platform to keep their data safe.
In the framework of cooperation with Microsoft Israel’s Bank Hapoalim seeks to digitize paper-based process of creating bank guarantees by using blockchain techs.
Microsoft announces its new Coco Framework, compatible with all the ledgers, to tackle throughput, latency, governance and confidentiality issues.
The solution offered by Stampery wil enable document certification and verification in Microsoft Office.
J.P. Morgan, Chase, Intel, Microsoft, Banco Santander and other firms have established an alliance to develop solutions for financial companies using Ethereum blockchain.
Together, the companies will explore how attestations could serve the needs of developers and organizations.
Microsoft promises the same great functionality as the original release in the Azure Quickstart templates along with a more robust user experience.
The program manager of Microsoft Azure’s blockchain engineering team, Marley Gray, has announced the initiative that will let customers to use fabric for building blockchain apps.