The much-publicized partnership that would have resulted in digital media brand Kodak's name appearing on a series of bitcoin miners is no more.
Fernando Alonso, the world's top Formula One racing driver, is tapping a blockchain-secured platform to safeguard his image rights.
Imaging giant Kodak is now looking at May 21 for the SAFT offering of its KODAKCoin for accredited investors.
KODAKCoin's backers are calling a crypto exchange's ICO launch claims "fraudulent."
Kodak licensed its brand out to WENN Digital for the KODAKCoin token, which could net the onetime photography giant between $2 and $5 million.
A new "light paper" says the token could face "significant restrictions" should the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) deem it a security.
The maker of "Pac-Man" and "Pong" has struck a deal that will result in the creation of a new Atari-branded cryptocurrency.
A hedge fund with short position in Kodak does not believe the image firm will use blockchain technology to save itself.
Photo company Kodak announced it was delaying its token sale by "several weeks" on Wednesday, the day it was originally supposed to launch.
Kodak has licensed its name to a new bitcoin mining product.