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Governments are centers of trust – so why would they make the leap to blockchains as a way to extend that already vital service?
The Bank of Korea, South Korea's central bank, has launched a cryptocurrency task force to explore the technology's effects on the financial system.
President Donald Trump has signed a $700 billion military spending bill that includes a mandate for a blockchain cybersecurity research study.
A presentation by the bank's wealth management execs declared that blockchain technology has a lot of potential, but was lukewarm of cryptocurrencies.
The IC3 cryptocurrency and blockchain research project has expanded, adding researchers from several European universities to its ranks.
The European wing of the RAND Corporation, a US think tank, has argued for a slow-and-steady process for developing possible blockchain standards.
A new research note from Bank of America explores the investment implications of cryptocurrencies.
The Dutch port of Rotterdam, the biggest shipping hub in Europe, is opening a research lab devoted to blockchain technology.
Germany's central bank has published a new blockchain research paper.