ConsenSys’ Brooklyn Project introduced a framework for “consumer token” project standards at the Fluidity Summit on Thursday.
The crypto markets are set to end the second week of May on a low note, with all but a few, such as bytecoin and zilliqa, showing significant losses.
IBM and Global Citizen are issuing a challenge to the world’s developers: use blockchain to revolutionize donations to humanitarian causes.
Telecoms giant Telefonica is partnering to build smartphone security solutions for blockchain-based transactions and messaging apps.
The latest “Project Jasper” tests have shown that distributed ledgers are effective at automating securities settlements in real-time.
Blockchain technology startup Civic will demo how its ID verification services can be used to purchase alcohol via vending machines at Consensus 2018.
While other blockchain experts are starting multi-coin hedge funds or consulting for ICOs, Pierre Rochard is advising investors on bitcoin, period.
A former U.S. Department of Justice section head has been hired to help drive sales of Bitfury’s Crystal, a blockchain tracking product.
A former Digital Asset executive and a long-time securities lawyer have started a new law firm that will focus exclusively on blockchain clients.
Bitcoin has dropped to three-week lows and may take a further hit over the weekend, the technical charts indicate.