Enterprises may have gone quiet toward the end of 2017, but that doesn't mean they won't be players in the year ahead, Accenture's Valiente argues.
Blockchains are inefficient, and worth the cost only when censorship-resistance is required. For money, it clearly is; for identity, it just might be.
Governments are centers of trust – so why would they make the leap to blockchains as a way to extend that already vital service?
South Korea's citizens reacted angrily to a proposed ban on cryptocurrency exchanges, with politicians and residents alike condemning the move.
Sirin says its Finney phone will fill a gap in the crypto market. But as the adage goes, "hardware is hard," and in blockchain it may be even harder.
Sberbank, one of the largest banks in Russia, has built a blockchain laboratory to develop and test blockchain-based solutions.
International money-remittance firm MoneyGram is partnering with Ripple to test the startup's XRP token for international payments.
A new report published by Goldman Sachs highlights how bitcoin and cryptocurrencies could serve as alternative forms of money in troubled economies.
Online retail giant Overstock.com has reportedly experienced a bug that meant it mixed up payments made in two different cryptocurrencies.
Tech giant Microsoft is once more accepting bitcoin payments after it halted transactions in the cryptocurrency last week.