Civil, a startup attempting to use blockchain tech to bring transparency between journalists and readers, will lose its account with First Republic. While it’s unclear why the bank has decided to terminate services, Civil’s COO believes it’s because the startup is a “crypto-related company.”
A report from IBM lays out the evolutionary steps businesses should take when looking at adopting blockchain technology.
With development starting back in early 2018, the blockchain network built by State Farm and USAA on JPMorgan’s private version of Ethereum will allow the two companies to pay each other’s insurance claims by 2020. With the blockchain netting out the claim balances and facilitating payments, the two insurers hope to add more companies to […]
Taking advantage of zero knowledge proofs, auditing service Ernst & Young has released its Nightfall code that enables users to send transactions with “complete privacy” when using standard ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens.
Speaking at today’s SEC FinTech Forum 2019, Director of Corporate Finance William Hinman said he believes ICO-funded projects could become exempt from securities laws if they become sufficiently decentralized.
Working through a set of 10 proposals to be implemented in the Ethereum Classic protocol, the network’s developer team did not reach consensus, effectively delaying the hard fork upgrade dubbed Atlantis.
Dow Futures Slip 220 Points as Trump Flexes Muscle with Mexico TariffsBy CCN: Dow Futures slipped 220 points late Thursday after Donald Trump threatened to levy 5% tariffs on all imports from Mexico by June 10. The tariffs will rise in gradual increments to 25% by October 2019. They’ll remain in effect until further notice. […]
Ted Cruz and AOC Shockingly Join Bipartisan Fight to Drain the SwampBy CCN: Light the beacons! In an astonishing turn of events, it appears Ted Cruz and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez agree on something. Referencing AOC’s tweet, Cruz outlines their allied belief that former members of Congress should not be able to become lobbyists in Washington, D.C. […]
The study was based on the psychological principle of “cognitive ease” and focused on vowel distribution within three-letter ticker symbols.
As the Kremlin works to create its own independent version of the internet, the Berlin-based company Arweave hopes to provide Russian citizens with a decentralized internet built on the back of a blockchain tech spinoff called blockweave.