Browsing the "R3CEV" Tag

R3 Co-Founder Jesse Edwards Is Leaving the Enterprise Blockchain Firm

| Ian Allison

Co-founder Jesse Edwards is leaving R3, but will remain an investor and continue working with the blockchain firm.

SIA Group, R3 Team Up for Blockchain Finance App Network

| Sujha Sundararajan

Technology infrastructure provider SIA Group and DLT consortium R3 have teamed up in an effort to get banks and corporates using blockchain apps.

R3 Files Patents for ‘Dynamic’ DLT Recordkeeping

| Nikhilesh De

Consortium startup R3 has filed two patent applications detailing ways to apply distributed ledger tech to agreements between financial institutions.

CoinDesk Report: Advances in Blockchain Privacy & Confidentiality

| CoinDesk

CoinDesk has released its newest research report, a 50-page dive into blockchain technologies and the cutting-edge techniques advancing their utility.

Construct 2017: Experts Ask ‘How Long Until Private Ledgers Go Live?

| Alyssa Hertig

Private blockchains are on the cusp of leaving the laboratory and heading to the real world. At least, that’s according to bold predictions…

R3 Director: 2017 is the Year of the DLT Pilot

| Pete Rizzo

Banking consortium startup R3 has predicted 2017 will be the year enterprises dive into testing pilot versions of DLT and blockchain apps.

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R3 Will Close Blockchain’s Biggest-Ever Investment in Q1, CEO Says

| Michael del Castillo

R3CEV CEO David Rutter says what he calls the "largest" venture capital investment in the blockchain industry will be closed imminently.

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$11 Trillion Bet: DTCC to Process Derivatives With Blockchain Tech

| Michael del Castillo

The DTCC is moving $11tn-worth of derivatives transactions to a blockchain, thanks to a deal with IBM, R3CEV and Axoni.

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The Blockchain Milestone You May Have Missed

| Noelle Acheson

CoinDesk's Noelle Acheson argues one of last week's most important blockchain developments may have been overlooked.

R3’s Corda Code Debut Draws Mixed Response

| Michael del Castillo

The launch of blockchain consortium R3CEV's open-source Corda platform is receiving mixed responses.