Japanese firms form a consortium to develop decentralized identities with applications in finance, digital securities, the metaverse, aligning with the global digital ID trend.
Fujitsu states it will explore other applications for its blockchain-based project across multiple sectors, including distribution and manufacturing.
Trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis revealed that Fujitsu is exploring new areas like banking, finance, and digital currency, which differ from its original communications technology equipment services.
The firms will deploy their individual expertise in building the metaverse infrastructure for enterprises and individuals looking to dabble in the virtual world.
Fujitsu Web3 Acceleration Platform aims to create a "rich ecosystem" that will allow startups and other entities to develop blockchain-based projects.
Fujitsu’s new technology assigns a rating score to users on the blockhcain, setting it apart from other solutions.
Two Japanese corporate giants are teaming up to fight the uniquely Japanese problem of language document forgery.
Japanese tech giant Fujitsu has announced a new blockchain-based system for electricity exchange, with a model capable of improving efficiency by up to 40% on existing systems.
Fujitsu has launched a new platform that allows companies to see whether their distributed ledger plans will have commercial benefits in just five days.
The ‘Fujitsu Intelligent Society Solution Blockchain Asset Service’ will be interoperable with smart applications, helping encourage uptake in marketing events.