The Fantom Foundation claims to roll out the product nationally under the sandbox regulation of the National Bank of Tajikistan, but the bank said they didn't have any agreement with the group.
The Thai economy suffered a great impact due to the pandemic and the government is looking at innovations to resolve the economic situation by planning to create its own utility token.
RealX, in partnership with Tripvillas, created a blockchain-based platform that enables Indian investors to buy and sell direct deeded co-ownership vacation homes.
Nexi is one of the biggest payments companies in Europe, the company offers payments services for other banks while also providing services for merchants and digital banking groups.
India’s Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has decided to use a blockchain-based communication platform after encountering several issues following the new messaging regulations.
The new digital currency platform will initially offer BTC and Ethereum as two main currencies, but plans to include other digital currency options.
Following the bold steps of El Salvador, countries in Central America such as Honduras and Guatemala are looking into analyzing digital currencies with a goal to adopt them.
The Reserve Bank of India still maintained its stance that digital currencies can lead the country into financial stability, even though it plans on launching its own digital currency.
KT Corp, South Korea's top telecommunications company, established the platform to handle the lifecycle of the documents from its creation, storage, distribution, and application.
The authentication service, created on Telefónica Tech's TrustOS platform, focuses on utilizing blockchain technology to simplify the connection of a company's processes.
The Maharashtra State government has partnered with a startup to facilitate the blockchain-powered educational verification system.