Crypto 2.0 Roundup: Ethereum’s Counterparty Fork and a Vote for Colored Coins
Crypto 2.0 platforms Ethereum and Counterparty traded barbs in the media, while others aimed to take compliance efforts more seriously.
Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform is adding additional options to its blockchain-as-a-service sandbox.
Coinprism has released Openchain, an open source, distributed permissioned ledger that targets enterprise and financial institutions.
Coinprism was arguably ahead of its time, but much has changed on the tech and regulatory fronts since its debut in 2014, and the startup is closing.
A recent attempt to standardize the development of the oldest bitcoin protocol for asset transfer has resulted in a new implementation.
While last year saw lots of hype over crypto 2.0 projects in the making, 2015 could be the year they start to deliver.