This is a start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’ for Week 23. The catch-up is not intended to be comprehensive; it seeks to highlight developments covered by Enterprise Times. Then, in the second section, it lists a selection of ‘happenings’ which (for whatever reason) Enterprise Times was unable to or did not choose to discuss.
Blockchain Catch-up Week 23 in Enterprise Times (to w/e 6th June)
In reverse order of appearance:
- EPAM / Fnality link-up to deliver payment-on-chain
- Equigy harnesses blockchain and consumer-based electricity storage
- Forter brings Fraud Freedom for Worldpay cryptocurrency transactions
- Sixgill Integrity 2.0 – data integrity for enterprises/IBM Hyperledger Fabric
- Vodafone and Energy Web bring IoT and blockchain to renewable energy
What else happened in blockchain (to w/e 6th June)
In no specific order a selection from the past week:
- The Siren Song: algorithmic governance by blockchain.
- China’s digital currency: could it challenge Bitcoin and even the US$.
- New head of US Regulator (a former Coinbase lawyer) invites banks and crypto to collaborate.
- The impact of socialization and tacit knowledge on blockchain education.
- Ontology to collaborate with Berlin’s HTW University to advance blockchain education and research.
- Peer-to-peer Internet has goal to bring true decentralization.
- Decentralized identity could replace all login functions – says LG.
- Blockchain group (OOC Oil & Gas Blockchain Consortium) says pilot test shows promise for oil and gas operators.
- How blockchain and crypto can supercharge the streaming economy.
- Global blockchain supply chain market expected to reach >US$9B by 2025 – says AMR.
- Blockchain to the rescue of small publishers.
- Amazon seeks to use blockchain for supply chain trust.
- The man who builds blockchain islands.