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Hewlett Packard already offers companies various solutions to automate and manage data. Now, they’ve add a new blockchain service that will aid customers in manipulating data via controlled scale.
The new technology is called Mission Critical, a distributed ledger technology (DLT) which is set to be made available by 2018.
The European Commission is looking for new possibilities and solutions for blockchain technology, and has decided to launch a competition to spur innovation. Called “Blockchains for Social Good,” competition submissions with unique concepts that provide a good mix of transparency and decentralization will vie for a €5 million top prize.
The Russian government-owned bank Vnesheconombank (VEB) is currently in collaboration with e-procurement platform Roseltorg to come up with a transparent way to handle electronic transactions between businesses and government customers.
The new initiative would also seek to store and verify transactions, and could be in place before the year ends or by early 2018.
A new patent application by Sony Corp. suggests the Japanese tech company has turned to blockchain technology to help protect its network.
Sony, aware how hackers and other malicious mischief have taken advantage of users thanks to its embarrassing incident over alleged hacking by North Korea,
Two consumer agencies designed to educate citizens on the intricacies of cryptocurrency are reportedly set to be created in Vladivostok, Russia. The move follows Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent mandate on cryptocurrency regulations, which are set to be finalized in July of 2018.
The new government agencies will be the Crypto-Advisory and Crypto-Detective agencies,
Bitcoin and other blockchain technology does offer an innovative and modern way of aiding financial-related transactions, but is far from perfect, according to Gates Foundation Deputy Director for Financial Services Kosta Peric.
During a panel discussion at the Money 2020 conference, it was revealed that there are still who hold reservations about blockchain and are aware that more needs to be done for the technology to get the necessary backing and support.