2018 is shaping up to be a watershed year for enterprise-grade blockchain, with the upcoming launch of four Hyperledger solutions into version 1.0.
A patent awarded to Ford suggests the U.S. automaker is considering cryptocurrency as a way to help cars on the road communicate and reduce traffic.
A Chinese government-led research body has rolled out a blockchain-as-a-service platform for identity and supply-chain tracking.
The U.S. Postal Service is eyeing blockchain as part of a system for establishing digital trust, newly published patent documents indicate.
China's information and technology ministry aims to establish a standards committee to boost the development of blockchain in the country.
In a recently released patent application, tech giant Huawei touts a blockchain system for protecting digital property rights.
It's unclear how Twitter identifies which accounts to penalize for propagating cryptocurrency scams.
A team of open-source payments veterans is looking to launch a new identity blockchain, one that won't run afoul of government favor.
Russia may not be known as a defender of democracy, but the capital city of Moscow is using an ethereum-based voting platform to change that.
Software giant Microsoft has said it will trial decentralized identities built on public blockchains within its Microsoft Authenticator application.