IAG-Backed Firm Raises $5 Million to Put Airline Security on a Blockchain
Zamna – a startup backed by the parent firm of British Airways – is building a blockchain bridge for security information between agencies and airlines.
The exchange says it's integrated Numbers' data verification app with Binance Chain.
The Financial Action Task Force wants financial institutions to prepare for the global expansion of digital identification systems.
Blockchain solutions based on R3's tech will make it easier for users to verify their identities and claim lost pension funds, the firm says.
Professional services giant Deloitte has added zero-knowledge proof privacy tech to its enterprise blockchain offering.
The loss highlights an obvious question for security experts, who wondered why an experienced crypto executive would keep such high sums online.