R3CEV, the startup behind the global bank consortium focused on distributed ledger applications, has open sourced the code for its Corda platform.
The departures by three of the blockchain consortium's larger members is being taken by some as a sign that blockchain enthusiasm is waning.
Despite notable exits, sources say the majority of R3's members are likely to participate in its ongoing funding round.
The Korea Exchange, South Korea’s sole securities exchange operator, has launched a new service that utilizes blockchain technology.
Cupcakes on the blockchain? Not quite, but a new blockchain trial showcased how the tech could play a role in consumer payments.
China's CITIC bank, one of the country's largest commercial banks, recently held a seminar devoted to blockchain.
PwC Australia sheds light on the origins and utility of its newly launched digital asset service Vulcan.
The CME Group officially launched its bitcoin price indexes yesterday.
Even larger blockchain startups are making the effort to get involved in hackathons. The reason? It's good for business, sources say.
The blockchain service aims to go live sometime in 2017, according to SEB's head of transaction services.