Browsing the "Enterprise Ethereum" Tag

Microsoft, Intel Back Ethereum-Based Token to Reward Consortium Efforts

| Ian Allison

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has created a token to incentivize firms to participate in consortiums. The system is backed by Microsoft and Intel.…

Oracle Lets Blockchain Tech Firm Hydrogen Into Its Cloud Marketplace

| William Foxley

Hydrogen, a builder of ethereum-based blockchain tech, has scored a spot in Oracle's Cloud Marketplace, used by nearly half a million customers.

How Cornell Researchers Are Quietly Reinventing Private Blockchains

| Alyssa Hertig

Why some researchers from Cornell's Institute for CryptoCurrencies & Contracts (IC3) are working to improve permissioned blockchain implementations.

A Public-Private Ethereum? It Won’t Be As Easy As It Sounds

| Alyssa Hertig

Making private ethereum implementations compatible with the larger public blockchain is a popular concept, but there is much work to be done.

Disruption Not Included? Ethereum Alliance Shows Blockchain Shift

| Michael del Castillo

The founding members of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance are looking for the best of both worlds – for startups and incumbents.

Vitalik Buterin Calls for Collaboration at Enterprise Ethereum Launch

| Alyssa Hertig

Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin addressed a crowd today at the launch of a corporate-facing version of the blockchain platform.

Microsoft Adds JPMorgan’s ‘Quorum’ Blockchain to Azure Platform

| Michael del Castillo

Microsoft has added JPMorgan’s blockchain service Quorum to its blockchain tool box.

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Big Corporates Unite for Launch of Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

| Michael del Castillo

JP Morgan, Microsoft, BP and Wipro are among the global corporations behind the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, set to be unveiled today.

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Monax to Bring Ethereum Tech to Hyperledger Blockchain Group

| Michael del Castillo

Monax has joined Hyperledger and proposed what would be the consortium's first ever ethereum virtual machine.

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New Ethereum Blockchain Consortium Could Run on Experimental Tech

| Michael del Castillo

Could the enterprise blockchain consortium use its own experimental technology to break away from the traditional top-down governance model?