A biotech giant based in South Korea is turning to blockchain to allow it to share genetic data without risking patients' privacy.
Could blockchain help China avoid its next vaccine scandal – or at the very least, allow for more conversation about such issues?
Most big firms find blockchain compelling, but some of those same firms also find it overhyped, according to a new survey.
At the Synchronize 2018 conference in New York City, enterprise blockchains heavyweights made it clear they want to build ethereum-like platforms.
A newly released Bank of America patent application proposes securing health records on a permissioned blockchain.
Two of the nation's largest health insurers are looking to blockchain technology to reconcile data in the health care system.
A Chinese government-led research body has rolled out a blockchain-as-a-service platform for identity and supply-chain tracking.
A second Chinese public firm in a week is being questioned by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange over the authenticity of its healthcare blockchain claims.
An Illinois government task force is eyeing blockchain tech in the management of state citizens' identification and tokenizing public sector assets.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will consider any blockchain use cases that can help solve its problems, its CTO said Tuesday.