At Consensus 2019, conversations about enterprise blockchain were shaped by these five storylines.
Amazon Web Services has taken its Managed Blockchain service out of preview mode, meaning more firms can now use the platform to build products.
Kaleido's blockchain solution now works on Microsoft Azure as well as AWS, giving it access to most of the cloud infrastructure market.
Amazon Web Services' China unit is partnering with blockchain project Qtum to develop blockchain-as-a-service solutions for enterprises.
Coinbase has hired Amazon Web Services general manager Tim Wagner as its new vice president of engineering.
Cloud computing giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) is partnering with ethereum startup ConsenSys to make enterprise blockchains easier to deploy.
Consortium startup R3 has launched its Corda distributed ledger platform on the Amazon Web Services marketplace.
Blockstack Core, a bitcoin development platform, is now available on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace.
Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing arm of the Web commerce giant, is partnering with investment firm Digital Currency Group.