"Enterprises will not go on to the public mainnet without privacy and security," EY's Paul Brody told CoinDesk.
Enterprise blockchain firms using Kaleido's platform will now be able to transact privately with one another.
ING’s blockchain team is testing privacy tech called "bulletproofs," the latest in a series of such experiments at the global bank.
ConsenSys Ventures has invested $1.15 million in blockchain privacy startup Ligero and an undisclosed amount in crypto exchange PDAX.
Fresh off its big reveal of JPM Coin, the megabank is quietly testing a cutting-edge form of ethereum privacy tech.
EY has announced a prototype that uses zero-knowledge proofs to allow companies to create ethereum tokens while keeping transaction private.
ING Bank has continued further down the road of advanced blockchain privacy with the release of its Zero-Knowledge Set Membership (ZKSM) solution.
The seemingly banal enterprise applications for blockchain we're seeing, like food traceability, are actually a big deal and worth celebrating.
Dutch bank ING, which made a splash last year with a modification to zero-knowledge proofs, is adding another innovative wrinkle to privacy in DLT.
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