Blockchain (100)

SAMA Turns to Blockchain for Local Bank Injection

The Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority announced it used blockchain technology to inject liquidity into local banks. So reports The Block.


Libra Rounds Up Leadership Team with Top-level HSBC, Treasury Experience

The Libra Association announced Stuart Levey as its first ever CEO while also adding Robert Werner as its general counsel and three new members to its ranks.


Germany's WEG Bank Working with Anquan Capital on Blockchain Banking, Finance Solutions

The fintech branch of Germany’s WEG Bank is teaming up with Anquan Capital, a tech incubator out of Singapore, to explore the use of blockchain in financial services and banking. So reports Cointelegraph.


Blockchain to Expand to $21B Biz in Next 5 Years: Analysis

A new report from Fortune Business Insights states the blockchain tech market is poised to reach $21 billion by 2025. So reports Forbes.


Ohio House Considers Blockchain Voting Pilot for Overseas Troops

Members of the Ohio House of Representatives have proposed a pilot program that would use blockchain technology to allow overseas troops registered to vote in the state to safely do so remotely. So reports Coindesk.


Major Chinese Bank Unveils First-of-its-kind Blockchain White Paper

The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, a major player in the industry, published the first banking blockchain whitepaper of its kind. So reports Cryptopolitan.


'Joan of Arc of Blockchain' Dead at 29, Cause of Death Kept Private

The “Joan of Arc of Blockchain,” Toni Lane Casserly, has died at age 29. So reports The New York Post.


New Task Force Looks for Blockchain Solutions to COVID-19 Crisis

The International Association for Trusted Blockchain Applications, founded last year by the EU, has partnered with the University College London (UCL) and European Commission to coordinate ways to blunt the impact of COVID-19. So reports Cointelegraph.


Dow Jones Blockchain Product Aims to Protect Data, Vet Third Parties

Dow Jones Risk & Compliance and EastNets are developing a blockchain-based watchlist to improve compliance and identify “high-risk” third parties involved in business transactions. So reports Cointelegraph.


Forte Looking to Bolster Blockchain Presence in the Gaming Industry

Blockchain company Forte is teaming up with “well-regarded” game developers to improve the technology’s implementation and “unlock new business models in the ever-evolving space.” So reports Forbes.


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