South Africa's central bank has launched a program that will trial JPMorgan's Quorum blockchain for interbank clearing and settlement.
2018 will be the year enterprise blockchain goes live and businesses can move from experimenting to production, says Oracle's Mark Rakhmilevich.
Governments are centers of trust – so why would they make the leap to blockchains as a way to extend that already vital service?
Financial firms including JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs have carried out equity swaps over a DLT system.
Distributed ledger startup Cobalt is seeking to spin off part of its technology in a bid to win ground in a wider variety of enterprise use cases.
Three Baltic governments have struck an accord that includes a commitment to support the development of technologies like blockchain.
Jim Cunha, senior VP of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, has said distributed ledger technology could "fundamentally change" financial services.
Professional services firm Accenture is working on several prototypes being developed as part of Singapore's "Project Ubin" blockchain initiative.
Oracle has become the latest tech major to launch a cloud-based blockchain services platform. But is it cannibalizing its core business with the move?
Bank of Canada and R3 have concluded that their Project Jasper initiative could provide a basis for building cash-based settlements systems in future.