‘First’ Ethereum Decompiler Launches With JP Morgan Quorum Integration
What could be the first-ever ethereum smart contract decompiler was demoed at a hacker event in Las Vegas on Thursday.
JPMorgan Chase is reportedly considering a proposal to split its Quorum blockchain project into its own independent entity.
In a keynote speech at an ethereum developer meetup last week, JP Morgan's blockchain lead opened up about her thinking on the tech and its future.
Amber Baldet, who led development of JPMorgan's permissioned blockchain platform Quorum, is leaving to start her own project.
In darkness or in light? Either way, Baldet seems right at home whether she's onstage at a banking conference or somewhere in the islands, posing for pictures at an "ethereum unicorn party." Will she emerge as a real deal innovator? Or is she the ultimate imposter banking infiltrator? While Baldet's story is yet to be told, her association with one of the largest banks in the world, and power position on its so far compelling blockchain efforts are more than enough to enthrall imaginations.
JPMorgan Chase is backing a new blockchain-based platform for interbank payments, the firm announced today.