Deloitte's 2018 Global Blockchain Survey has revealed that blockchain technology is getting closer to its "breakout moment every day." Read more on this story at TokenMarket.
President and CEO of Nasdaq Inc., Adena Friedman, believes that crypto has the possibility to become a "global currency of the future." Read more on this story at TokenMarket.
The Spanish Port Authority has joined a blockchain platform which is developed by IBM and Maersk, local news outlets have reported. Read more on the news at TokenMarket
The UK has ranked fourth globally for the number of blockchain patents filed a recent study by the World Intellectual Property Organisation has found. Read more on TokenMarket.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia have revealed plans to launch a collaborative cryptocurrency designed for cross-border payments. Read more on this story at TokenMarket.
Spanish car manufacturer SEAT has announced it will be joining the Alastria consortium to create blockchain based products. Read more on this news at TokenMarket.
HSBC has revealed that it was using distributed ledger technology (DLT) in order to settle more than $250 billion in transactions. Read more on the news at TokenMarket.
Devvio announced its presence at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showcasing its Devv blockchain technology, a high-performance next-gen blockchain protocol that solves blockchain's biggest challenges, such as cost, scalability, stability, privacy, and fraud/theft/loss, all in a single solution.
Two of Spain's largest banking groups, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) and Banco Santander, are set to join the latest European blockchain platform according to an article published in Spanish economic newspaper Expansion.
Head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, has called on central banks to explore the use of digital currencies in the future. Read more on this story at TokenMarket.
Amazon is set to collaborate with ConsenSys Kaleido to bring an Ethereum marketplace for enterprise-level blockchain. Read more on this news at TokenMarket.
Thailand's Tax Revenue Department has revealed its plans to use blockchain and machine learning technology as a means to track tax payments in the country.