This is a start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’. It is not intended to be comprehensive; it does highlight developments covered and then, in a second section, lists a selection of ‘happenings’ which, for whatever reason, Enterprise Times did not specifically discuss.
Appearing in Enterprise Times (in w/e 24th April)
In reverse order of appearance:
- Fluree blockchain-based data platform for Web3 to build on partners
- The Coupon Bureau to use Hedera Hashgraph for tamper-proof log
- Everledger launches NFC or RFID tamper-resistant bottles
- Algorand Foundation launches Grants Program.
Appearing in the Enterprise Times blockchain catch-up (week ending April 24th)
In no specific order a selection from the past week:
- Power Ledger and blockchain-based solar energy trading in Australia.
- AVA creates university hackathon ‘AVALaunch’, with US$50K prizes.
- Everledger announce blockchain solution for carbon offsetting and emissions transparency in the diamond industry.
- WeBank tops 2019 global banking patent rankings (including blockchain).
- VIRGO, an authenticity platform dedicated to fashion and luxury.
- Coronavirus: Our digital shift has implications for blockchain.
- Blockchain vs. Bitcoin: is a comparison necessary to make sense?
- Starbucks, McDonald’s among 19 to test China’s Digital Yuan.
- Central banks urged to create digital alternative to cash.