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.
Bitcoin startup Blockstream has unveiled new technology for shielding the details of transactions on a blockchain.
Why some researchers from Cornell's Institute for CryptoCurrencies & Contracts (IC3) are working to improve permissioned blockchain implementations.
CoinDesk contributor Martin Hagelstrom addresses the private vs public blockchain debate, arguing for the tech from a bitcoin believer's perspective.