Denmark's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has released a new report on the applicability of blockchain to foreign aid.
Governments haven't typically been thought of as early blockchain adopters. That could soon change, writes IBM's Marie Wieck.
The French government has given the official nod for trading unlisted securities using blockchain technology.
India's finance minister, Arun Jaitley, has said bitcoin is not legal tender in the country and indicated that regulations are under consideration.
The Trump administration has said it is keeping an eye on cryptocurrencies like bitcoin in the wake of its recent explosive price jumps.
The U.K.'s House of Lords has released a report highlighting the opportunities for distributed ledger technologies across government services.
Samsung SDS announced yesterday that it has signed an agreement with the Seoul Metropolitan Government to build out blockchain services.
Bermuda has launched a new working group aimed to advance the regulatory and commercial environment for token sales, cryptocurrencies and more.
An obscure provision tucked into a U.S. defense spending bill could act as a springboard for blockchain adoption across government agencies.
The European Commission (EC) is launching a study aimed to assess the potential of an EU-wide blockchain infrastructure.