Balaji Srinivasan, co-founder and CEO of 21 Inc., announced the launch of the 21 software package at the Consensus 2016 blockchain conference.
Former US Secretary of the Treasury Larry Summers took part in a fireside chat at Consensus 2016 where he discussed blockchain and bitcoin today.
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Leaders from IBM, Microsoft, Blockstream and Cognizant discuss how technology companies can best reimagine their products by building with blockchain.
At large incumbents, there is a balance in encouraging employees to work on ambitious moonshots while also achieving wins.
A representative for self-proclaimed bitcoin inventor Craig Wright says further evidence will be soon be provided via the movement of bitcoin.
Digital Asset, itBit, Nasdaq and CME Group gathered at the Consensus 2016 conference to discuss the future of blockchain in finance.
The Post-Trade Distributed Ledger Group has taken steps to formalize its operations and add clarity to its structure.
‘Big Four’ accounting firm Deloitte has partnered with five startups to produce 20 blockchain prototypes.
One community in Switzerland dubbed Crypto Valley, has decided to start accepting Bitcoin payments for train tickets. This was agreed upon during the council meeting earlier today, as they now accept Bitcoin payments for bills up to 200 Swiss Francs Also read: Valyrian Tech Presents Bitcoin Spellbook Project Crypto Valley Embraces Bitcoin Payments Very few […]
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