Want to Know Your Wine Is Genuine? EY Has Built a Blockchain for That
“Big Four” firm EY has built a blockchain platform for a firm that will help consumers determine wines' quality, provenance and authenticity.
"Enterprises will not go on to the public mainnet without privacy and security," EY's Paul Brody told CoinDesk.
Bankruptcy trustee EY and the widow of QuadrigaCX founder Gerald Cotten have come to a settlement – with affected users of the defunct exchange getting a $9 million payout.
The accounting giant is using blockchain tech to assist governments in improving transparency and accountability in the management of public funds.
QuadrigaCX creditors are losing patience with their court-appointed law firm, demanding answers about the effort to recover their funds.
QuadrigaCX CEO and founder Gerald Cotten reportedly created fake accounts at other crypto exchanges and funded them with his customers' money.