Longenesis Brings South Korean Medical Records to the Blockchain
A new partnership lets patients and doctors store medical records privately on the blockchain using Bitfury's Exonum platform.
Moscow's government is giving voters the option of having their ballots recorded on a blockchain despite transparency concerns.
Bitfury has dedicated its GPU miners to the Folding@home project, which is studying the novel coronavirus in hopes of developing a vaccine.
A hacker has attempted to disrupt a blockchain voting system currently being used to help decide constitutional changes in the Russian Federation.
The Bitfury Group has made what it calls a “strategic acquisition” in decentralized credential provider Shyft Network as it prepares to build out government-facing identity products.
The Bitfury Group has launched an artificial intelligence division with the aim of creating value out of the vast amounts of data now available.