Tagged: permissioned blockchains

Stuart Popejoy: Founder at Kadena Explains How Blockchain Will Become an Industrial Scale Technology

Kadena, the first blockchain tech-focused firm to come out of J.P. Morgan’s Blockchain Center for Excellence, confirmed in August 2020 that they had performed major updates to their scalable layer-1 public blockchain network. Kadena’s developers claim that they have one of the fastest blockchain platforms… Read More

Decentralization May Not be Considered Core Value of Blockchain Tech, Harriot Cao from IRIS Foundation Argues

Harriet Cao, co-founder at the IRIS Foundation, an organization that supports the ongoing development of IRISnet, a platform that serves as an interchain service hub for next-generation distributed applications, says that China’s Blockchain Service Network (BSN) is a “relevant step” forward when it comes adopting… Read More

Ethereum Blockchain focused Developer ConsenSys Is Also Addressing Fintech related Issues, Industry Exec Explains

Lex Sokolin, the Global Fintech Co-Head and CMO at ConsenSys, confirms that the organization recently acquired Quorum from J.P. Morgan. Quorum is a platform that serves as a private, enterprise version of Ethereum (ETH). As covered, ConsenSys has also received an investment from J.P. Morgan…. Read More

New York based Blockchain Firm ConsenSys Acquires JP Morgan’s Quorum, a Permissioned Version of Ethereum

Brooklyn, New York based ConsenSys, a blockchain software company focused on Ethereum (ETH) development, has acquired JPMorgan’s (NYSE: JPM) Quorum, which aims to serve as an enterprise-variant or version of the Ethereum protocol. As mentioned in a release shared with CI, even before the first… Read More

Open-source DLT Platform Nervos to Integrate with China’s Blockchain-based Services Network

Open-source blockchain platform Nervos announced on July 22, 2020 that it’s planning to integrate with China’s Blockchain-based Services Network (BSN). Nervos claims that it will be one of the first public blockchains to join the distributed ledger technology (DLT)-powered network. As mentioned in a release… Read More

California-based Dole Food Company to Integrate Distributed Ledger Tech for Managing Supply Chain Processes

California-based Dole Food Company, an agricultural multinational corporation, has introduced a five-year plan to integrate blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) for managing supply chain processes. Dole Food Company is the largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world. The agribusiness company generated over… Read More

Digital Bank WeBank to Explore Using DAML, an Open-Source Smart Contract Programming Language for Meeting Regulatory Requirements

WeBank, one of China’s first all-digital challenger banks, has revealed that it will begin exploring  the potential integration of DAML, which is an open-source smart contract programming language developed by Digital Asset (the company). The DAML software has been developed in order to help software… Read More

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