Bitcoin apostate Mike Hearn and his R3 colleague Richard Gendal Brown view the enterprise blockchain game as, if not quite zero-sum, something close.
R3's annual Corda event appeared to be in rude health this year, with packed presentations and some notable news announcements.
Lloyd's Register is demoing a blockchain tool for recording information about ships for underwriters and merchants at this year's SMM fair.
The software giant's Azure cloud division is building bridges between its blockchain services and other, widely used infrastructure and platforms.
Just a month after issuing a warning about crypto assets, insurer Lloyd's of London is beginning to enter the business, a new partnership shows.
MetLife Asia affiliate LumenLab has successfully trialed a blockchain-powered insurance product to offer financial protection to pregnant women.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com has launched a blockchain platform along with its first application – one for tracking invoices.
The American Association of Insurance Services is turning to IBM Blockchain to support a new automated insurance reporting tool.
Nexus is one of several blockchain startups trying to revive mutual insurance. Its first product will cover the risks of ethereum smart contracts.
The enterprise DLT startup now sees a vast range of opportunities, both within the industry where its founder spent most of her career and outside it.