A roundup of the major events that took place on the Consensus 2017 main stage earlier this week.
CoinDesk’s Consensus 2017 Building Blocks hackathon is fast underway, with teams competing to realize the next big ideas for the emerging tech.
Chile’s Santiago Stock Exchange is going live with a new blockchain project it aims to grow into a powerful cost-cutting tool.
A pair of US credit ratings agencies are reportedly taking part in a blockchain identity project with a group of Canadian banks.
A new version of an infamous botnet has been detected – and this version is equipped to mine bitcoin.
Blockchain tech will likely boost financial inclusion, but a major impact is still a way off, according to panelists at a recent event in China.
A group of companies including IBM has spearheaded the development of a new blockchain-based crude oil trade finance platform.
Global shipping giant Maersk has conducted its first blockchain-based shipment in partnership with IBM.
With $6.7tn in assets under custody, Northern Trust has formally launched its first blockchain product with a little help from IBM.
Many of the government leaders queried by IBM in a recent survey say they want to put blockchain to work in the public sector.