Markets are decentralized, so they need decentralized software. After years of discussion and planning, blockchain is delivering, writes R3's CTO.
The U.K.'s food watchdog announced its success in a pilot project tracking and monitoring data about meat on the blockchain.
The seemingly banal enterprise applications for blockchain we're seeing, like food traceability, are actually a big deal and worth celebrating.
By deferring questions of trust to a decentralized algorithm, blockchains promise to boost transparency and allow more fluid, dynamic supply chains.
In a first for interoperability, Axoni and Clearmatics have shown how a derivative contract written on one blockchain can be settled on another.
Cloud computing giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) is partnering with ethereum startup ConsenSys to make enterprise blockchains easier to deploy.
Dutch bank ING, which made a splash last year with a modification to zero-knowledge proofs, is adding another innovative wrinkle to privacy in DLT.
Giving progress reports on their blockchain projects, bankers come across browbeaten and anxious, while their cousins in insurance sound spritely.