Automotive executives are starting to wake up to the use cases of blockchain in the industry, but there's a way to go.
Civic has launched a decentralized identity verification system, and crypto social network platform Hilo is the first to use it.
Blockchain technology startup Civic will demo how its ID verification services can be used to purchase alcohol via vending machines at Consensus 2018.
BMW, Ford, GM and Renault have joined with tech providers to form the biggest-ever consortium focused on blockchain for the automotive industry.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, a major state-owned bank, is exploring how to verify and share users' certificates on a blockchain.
SK Telecom has announced plans to launch a blockchain-based platform aimed to simplify payment and subscription processes.
Twitter's blue check mark verification system is falling under the pressure of the complicated crypto world.
At the Synchronize 2018 conference in New York City, enterprise blockchains heavyweights made it clear they want to build ethereum-like platforms.
New patent filings from Mastercard explore a blockchain-based identity data storage system.
A newly released Bank of America patent application proposes securing health records on a permissioned blockchain.