This is a start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’ for Week 28. 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 28 in Enterprise Times (to w/e 24th July)
In reverse order of appearance:
- Blockchain document validator DOKKZ releases beta platform
- Banque de France announces candidates for interbank CBDC
- Chronicled + Deloitte to accelerate blockchain in life sciences/health care
- Stellar blockchain available on Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
What else happened in blockchain (to w/e 24th July)
- In no specific order a selection from the past week: Can purpose-built equipment bring blockchain back as a tech solution?
- Russia’s FSB is making life harder for blockchain companies
- Blockchain-based democracy: how real is it now?
- Virtual Hackathon encourages developers to test out new blockchains
- Dr. Seuss comes to the blockchain thanks to the maker of CryptoKitties
- Beijing releases first-ever blockchain blueprint
- Hyperledger is helping create ‘blockchain with Chinese characteristics’
- Upcoming webinar: blockchain education and trainging (SIMBA): Tuesday, Aug. 4th, 2020 2:00 to 3:00pm EDT
- Gibraltar Finance announced as official government partner of post-Covid hackathon
- US Department of Treasury, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) grant(s) national banks approval to provide cryptocurrency custody services
- Hidden messages found in transactions to Twitter hack Bitcoin address.