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IRISnet Confirms Involvement in China’s Blockchain Service Network, Project’s Tokens Supported on Binance, Crypto.com, Gate.io, Huobi

IRISnet, which aims to serve as an interchain service hub for next-generation distributed applications, confirms that China’s public blockchain network BSN recently launched the new BSN Global Portal. IRISnet will be one of the partners that will contribute to the project. The IRISnet team is… Read More

Mobile Banking App Offered by South Korea’s Shinhan Bank Now Uses Blockchain based Decentralized ID Authentication

Blockchain-based decentralized identity authentication services (DID) could potentially replace public certificates that are used for financial services, which may include those for mobile banking. This particular use case was recently commercialized for the very first time by South Korea’s Shinhan Bank. As mentioned in a… Read More

Blockchain Platform Ontology’s ONT and ONG Tokens May be Swapped to eONT, eONG on Ethereum, Also Listed on Uniswap

The developers of Ontology (ONT), a “high-performance” blockchain network, have noted that they’ve successfully completed the development of an open-source decentralized identity (DID) smart contract, which was launched on the Ethereum (ETH) network. The Ontology team confirmed on September 4, 2020, that both its native… Read More

Open Banking Style Benefits Now Available to Blockchain Platform Ontology Users, after Integration with Fintech Plaid

Ontology, a high-throughput or “high-performance” blockchain platform, has integrated its services with Fintech Plaid, which offers a data network that powers the financial technology tools used by millions of people. Following the integration, ONTO (Ontology’s native token) wallet users will be able to access Open… Read More

South Korea’s ICONLOOP’s Decentralized Identity or DID Blockchain Tech to be Used for COVID-19 Contact Tracing System

South Korea’s ICONLOOP, a major blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT)-focused firm, revealed on August 19, 2020 that Jeju Island, the nation’s most popular local tourist destination, will be using its Decentralized Identity (‘DID’) blockchain tech to offer private, secure COVID-19 contact tracing to (approximately)… Read More

IRISnet’s “Internet of Blockchains” to Use MKEY’s Smart Wallet and Digital Identity Solutions

IRISnet, which aims to serve as an interchain service hub for next-generation distributed applications, has teamed up with MYKEY, in order to bring MYKEY’s core technologies, including its Smart Wallet and digital identity, and also MYKEY’s ecosystem to IRISnet’s “internet of blockchains.” Through the partnership,… Read More

Blockchain Platform Ontology Introduces “Trusted,” Decentralized Identifier based P2P Communication Network

Ontology (ONT), a “high-performance” or high-throughput blockchain platform with a market ca of over $510 million according to CoinGecko (at the time of writing), recently announced the launch of “Ontology Mercury,” which is described as a “trusted,” Decentralized Identifier (DID) based peer to peer (P2P)… Read More

AhnLab, a Leading South Korean Software Security Firm and Several Others Join MyIDAlliance, an Organization Establishing a Blockchain based Digital ID Ecosystem

Six new partners have joined South Korea’s MyIDAlliance, a leading collaborative organization focused on establishing a blockchain-based digital ID ecosystem that places “MyID” at the center. Leading security firm “AhnLab”, payments provider “NHN KCP”, electronic trade and logistics firm “KTnet”, exchange lending Delio, AI and… Read More

South Korea’s $100 Million K-Growth Fintech Innovation Fund to Provide Funding to Blockchain Project, ICONLOOP

ICONLOOP, ICON’s technical partner, has reportedly been chosen to receive funding from K-Growth’s $100 million Fintech Innovation Fund. Markus Jun, founder and CEO of ICON’s Accelerator Partner and Seoul Launchpad of ICXStation, HyperConnector (online accelerator for the ICON ecosystem), noted via Twitter that one of… Read More

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