A bill of lading is a legal document between the shipper of goods and the carrier.
American financier and film producer Christopher Woodrow is planning to create his own cryptocurrency called MovieCoin. The MovieCoin initial coin offering (ICO) is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2018.
Woodrow said the funds raised in the MovieCoin ICO will go toward financing a portfolio of movies.
Armor Ceramics is developing a blockchain-based system called SupChain. The solution claims to be the first system to allow transparent access to production data and technical indicators in the refractories industry.
Refractories are used to line the hot surfaces found inside many industrial processes.
Australian energy startup Power Ledger has received AU$8.25 million grant from the Australian government to create the countries first green city in Fremantle.
Power Ledger is a startup that aims to use blockchain technology to create a peer-to-peer renewable energy network,
BlockEx is a FinTech company with a Digital Asset Exchange Platform (DAxP) which allows users to trade digital assets,
Multinational financial services firm Visa will be conducting a bank-to-bank test transactions as it prepares for a commercial launch of Visa B2B Connect. The banks that are participating in the trial include Commerce Bank in the US, South Korea’s Shinhan Bank, Union Bank of the Philippines,
Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) will start issuing digital diplomas using blockchain technology. 21 students graduating on December 15 from CNM Ingenuity’s Deep Dive Coding bootcamps will receive the first digital credentials.
CNM, formerly Albuquerque Technical Vocational Institute,
Gabriele Giancola is the Co-Founder and CEO qiibee, an ethereum blockchain-based loyalty ecosystem. By providing a loyalty platform and developer interface on which every loyalty application can be tokenized, qiibee aims connect a fragmented market, increase its efficiencies, and remove the central data authority.
Blockchain payments-as-a-service platform PayStand has raised $6 million during its Series A funding round, led by BlueRun Ventures. Other investors include Cervin Ventures, Serra Ventures, TiE, and Capital for Founders.
PayStand will use the funding to scale its account receivable systems and launch new free accounts payable product line,
Singapore-based decentralized social network Indorse has teamed with AppCoins to allow its users to verify the ownership of any app on Aptoide App Store. The partnership will also allow Aptoide users to check an Indorse developer’s reputation.
Indorse, which has already worked with private and public institutions in Singapore as well as an education institutions,