A Thailand government agency has developed a blockchain-based solution that's set to digitalize elections voting in the country.
Conflux, a scalable blockchain project with a Turing Award-winning co-founder, has raised $35 million from backers including Sequoia and Baidu.
The mayor of Seoul plans to invest $100 million over the next five years to develop the South Korean capital as a smart city powered by blockchain.
South Korea's Customs Service is looking to adopt Samsung's blockchain tech to launch a decentralized exports clearance system.
Blockchain technology can help global businesses generate an extra $1 trillion in trade finance, according to World Economic Forum research.
French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain is planning to issue its own cryptocurrency as a way to incentivize participation from its international fans.
Australia's New South Wales government is turning to blockchain for a state-wide test of a driver license digitization program slated for November.
Blockchain can now be legally used to authenticate evidence in legal disputes in China, according to a ruling from the country's Supreme Court.
A blockchain trade finance platform spearheaded by the People's Bank of China has entered the testing phase ahead of an official roll-out.
The South Korean government is literally doubling down on its efforts to trial blockchain in the public sector for 2019.