A group of Spanish banks have formed a new consortium to investigate blockchain technology applications.
A major digital identity firm backed by the government of Luxembourg is building a new platform alongside US startup Cambridge Blockchain.
Can we regulate blockchain before its uses are known? CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson discusses the difficult dynamics being examined by regulators.
An event held yesterday at the European Parliament showcased the state of the blockchain conversation in the EU.
CoinDesk's new one-on-one interview with the DLT lead at the European Central Bank explores the institution's current engagement on the tech.
Blockchain will likely increase personal data protections, but challenges lie ahead with the regulatory environment, says lawyer Jacek Czarnecki.
A consortium in the Netherlands has published a roadmap that outlines how domestic companies are aiming to get up to speed on blockchain.
A government organization in the UK is making millions in new grant money available to blockchain projects that meet its mission and mandate.
While high-profile consortiums are progressing to big fanfare, a small blockchain effort working quietly in Luxembourg could affect the whole world.
A government agency in Poland has put in a place best practices documentation in a bid to help the blockchain industry better self-regulate.