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Microsoft, Intel Back Ethereum-Based Token to Reward Consortium Efforts

| Ian Allison

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has created a token to incentivize firms to participate in consortiums. The system is backed by Microsoft and Intel.…

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Global Accounting Firm KPMG Partners with Microsoft, R3 on Telecoms Blockchain

| Daniel Kuhn

KPMG is piloting a way to handle massive amounts of telecom data prior to the full implementation of 5G service. They're trying blockchain.

Microsoft, Salesforce Join Hyperledger Enterprise Blockchain Consortium

| Anna Baydakova

Microsoft and Salesforce have joined Hyperledger, lending their enterprise software heft to the DLT consortium.

Microsoft Launches Decentralized Identity Tool on Bitcoin Blockchain

| Leigh Cuen

A new decentralized ID solution from Microsoft built directly on the bitcoin blockchain could have far-reaching impacts.

Codename ‘TRUEngine’: GE Aviation, Microsoft Reveal Aircraft Parts Blockchain

| Ian Allison

Millions of dollars worth of airplane parts are unusable. GE Aviation's new blockchain tech aims to fix that.

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Starbucks to Track Coffee Using Microsoft’s Blockchain Service

| Daniel Palmer

Starbucks aims to give consumers and farmers more data on its coffee products using a blockchain service from Microsoft.

Microsoft Releases Ethereum App Development Kit for Azure Cloud

| Yogita Khatri

Tech giant Microsoft has released a suite of tools allowing clients to build ethereum-based apps on its cloud computing platform Azure.

Microsoft Makes JPMorgan’s Quorum the Preferred Blockchain for Azure Cloud

| Nikhilesh De

Microsoft will promote JPMorgan Chase's Quorum blockchain to the software giant's business customers in a newly created partnership.

Microsoft Outlook Hackers Stole Crypto Using Victims’ Emails: Report

| Yogita Khatri

Hackers who breached Microsoft Outlook have reportedly used the email service to steal cryptocurrency users' funds.

Microsoft, Ethereum Group Launch Token-Building Kit for Enterprises

| Ian Allison

Microsoft and the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance have corralled major firms behind a new project to help businesses design and create tokens.