Smart Cannabis is a public equity corporation focused on the advanced agriculture and cannabis industries. The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Next Generation Farming,
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South Korea’s Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) and Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) have developed a blockchain-based system for neighborhood electricity trading and electric vehicle (EV) charging. The goal of the project is to provide relief to businesses or households that face heavy electricity bills.
Privacy-focused cryptocurrency Monero has launched Project Coral Reef, a new online shopping initiative where 45 musicians and five online stores will accept the cryptocurrency as payment this holiday season.
The initiative was created by serial entrepreneur and Monero fan Naveen Jain and Monero lead maintainer Riccardo “fluffypony” Spagni to elevate the awareness and viability of using Monero in everyday consumer transactions.
The Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX) is starting preparations to launch bitcoin futures, following in the footsteps of some major exchanges in the US.
TFX is one of the biggest exchanges in Japan, but it is independent of the country’s main trading platform,
Amazon Web Services is a subsidiary of Amazon.com that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals,
The South Indian Bank (SIB), a major private sector bank in India, has created a blockchain-enabled transfer facility for faster overseas remittance and payments.
The bank said the facility successfully executed overseas transactions in partnership with an unnamed currency exchange house in West Asia.
California-based airline Surf Air is now accepting payments in bitcoin and ethereum for its monthly membership services as well as global charter services.
Surf Air is a commuter airline that offers ‘all you can fly’ flight service for a fixed monthly fee.
Diamond supplier De Beers is investing in a blockchain platform that will enable the industry to trace a diamond’s entire transaction history.
De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver said the blockchain-based diamond traceability platform will provide a single, immutable record that traces a diamond’s individual journey through the value chain.
The New Zealand government is testing blockchain’s capability in managing sensitive data. The project is part of a move to provide next-generation information technology (IT) platforms to help government agencies simplify the management of trusted information.