The Russian government has announced it will be pressing ahead with plans to regulate the blockchain, but not until 2019.
Hyperledger has today announced two new projects, broadening the scope of their research and development of distributed ledger solutions.
Chinese Internet services company Tencent has announced it is developing its own blockchain platform for a raft of new services.
Swift has announced it is to develop its international payments blockchain proof-of-concept on the Hyperledger framework.
Loyalty marketing was founded in 1979 when the frequent flyer program was launched at Texas International Airlines.
Elliptic have announced the launch of a new tool, designed to make banks more comfortable working with the bitcoin blockchain.
The Royal Mint has announced the start of the first testing phase of its hotly anticipated gold trading blockchain.
A consortium of three leading music rights groups have announced plans for a new blockchain, to help protect intellectual property right.
A blockchain solution for land registry is being rolled out for testing in Brazil, w/c could see land rights recorded on a distributed ledger.