IBM is launching its first token using a public blockchain, dubbed the ‘verde’ token, in partnership with carbon credits startup Veridium Labs.
Fred Smith, chairman and CEO of FedEx, told an audience this week that those who don’t embrace blockchain technology will be left behind and disrupted.
Almost half of citizens in South Africa have plans to invest in cryptocurrency, according to the results of a new survey.
London Block Exchange (LBX) is adding a bunch of new cryptocurrencies to its platform this week, as well as launching a new app for Android.
Facebook is going a step further with its use of blockchain, and is reportedly “very serious” about launching its own cryptocurrency.
Adena Friedman, CEO of stock exchange Nasdaq, has spoke about the future of cryptocurrency calling it the “right next step in the space of currency”.
The China Electronic Information Industry Development (CCID) of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, a major department of the Chinese government, has announced an independent monthly analysis of cryptocurrencies and public blockchain technology.
DataTrek Research’ co-founder Nick Colas has expressed his remaining concerns about recommending Bitcoin to investors, despite recent gains.
It may not be quite as high profile as Bitcoin or Ethereum et al, but Ripple has managed to build a name for itself among those in the know as an interesting player in the crypto world, and one that could potentially be getting ready for a huge surge.
Widespread cyberjacking attacks have hit hundreds of websites, with hackers using taking advantage of organisations running the Drupal content management system in order to mine Monero.
Power Ledger, the Australia-based blockchain startup, is working with Puert Rico in order to get the island’s electricity back following last year’s hurricanes.