Automotive executives are starting to wake up to the use cases of blockchain in the industry, but there’s a way to go.
Big financial market infrastructure players detailed their progress on blockchain conversions, with real timelines for going live, at Consensus 2018.
In a first for interoperability, Axoni and Clearmatics have shown how a derivative contract written on one blockchain can be settled on another.
Cloud computing giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) is partnering with ethereum startup ConsenSys to make enterprise blockchains easier to deploy.
Christine Moy, Amber Baldet’s successor at JPMorgan, shares her thoughts on the future of enterprise DLT and the role of public blockchain networks.
Decentralized exchanges could unlock the potential of blockchains, but they face pragmatic issues today in gaining the marketshare of alternatives.
A perfect storm of new tech including blockchain, the internet of things and big data analytics is changing the outlook for microinsurance.
Nearly 18 months since forming, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has published a guide to the building blocks that will make up its open standards.
BMW, Ford, GM and Renault have joined with tech providers to form the biggest-ever consortium focused on blockchain for the automotive industry.
Dutch bank ING, which made a splash last year with a modification to zero-knowledge proofs, is adding another innovative wrinkle to privacy in DLT.