Ethereum Co-Founder Joe Lubin Joins Hyperledger Board
Joseph Lubin is to join the governing board at Hyperledger as the firm he founded, ConsenSys, becomes a premier member.
The regime linked with major hacks of crypto exchanges is reportedly building its own token to get around the tough international sanctions.
An economist at the Bank for International Settlements has come out in favor of building regulation into blockchain-based financial markets.
Telecoms conglomerate Verizon is eyeing the use of blockchain technology to underpin the dynamic creation of virtual SIM cards.
Hedera Hashgraph has launched its long-awaited public network, backed by major corporations and promising faster transactions than any blockchain.
Arnaud Le Hors of IBM has been elected chair of the technical steering committee at Hyperledger, succeeding Intel's Dan Middleton.
Telegram is expected to release the code needed to run nodes on its TON blockchain on Sunday, two sources tell CoinDesk. The release will allow developers to test TON nodes in advance of a mainnet launch at the end of October.