While scaling challenges abound, it's clear public blockchains offer something quite different to traditional databases, says Balaji S. Srinivasan.
Tobacco giant Philip Morris is working on a "public blockchain," an executive said, though not quite in the commonly understood sense.
Is it time to rethink private blockchains? The World Bank's "blockchain bond" success has reinvigorated that question.
A year ago, enterprise blockchain and cryptocurrency were essentially separate industries. Now come signs that these camps might be slowly converging.
Allianz is testing a blockchain token to move money between its global affiliates.
What's next for private blockchains? More iteration, improvement – and adoption, argues developer Gideon Greenspan.
Governments haven't typically been thought of as early blockchain adopters. That could soon change, writes IBM's Marie Wieck.
Coin Sciences has announced the production-ready version of its long-in-development private blockchain offering, MultiChain.
MultiChain's Gideon Greenspan offers his latest insight into blockchain design, this time attacking the idea blockchains can truly be immutable.