South Korea and Japan have joined forces to advocate for wider use of blockchain, the technology that is behind Bitcoin, which might actually end up being more popular than the currency itself one day.
The phenomenon of Blockchain has become big enough that Great Britain’s House of Lords considers it necessary to explore the possible applications of distributed ledger technology (DLT) across government services.
A new partnership with Air New Zealand and blockchain platform Winding Tree was announced yesterday. It is aimed primarily at using the blockchain to ramp up efficiency in many of the different aspects of air travel. … Read
Taking aim at back-office costs, BNP Paribas and accounting firm EY have implemented blockchain technology in their day-to-day operations. The companies have officially declared the blockchain trial complete. The trials were initiated to see if blockchain … Read