This is a start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’ for Week 32. 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 32 in Enterprise Times (to w/e 21st August)
In reverse order of appearance:
- Kadena scales hybrid blockchain 480K TPS on 20 chains
- Chopra Foundation leverages Hedera Hashgraph for mental health
- Bank of England to join OMFIF August digital currency meeting
- VeChain’s ToolChain powers blockchain food safety solution.
What else happened in blockchain in week 32 (to w/e 21st August)
In no specific order a selection from the past week:
- Asia bets on blockchain to battle online theft during pandemic
- Universal basic income, blockchain and more: re-imagining the next decade
- Blockchain interoperability: the big picture
- HashCash to offer blockchain-based merchant solutions to global eCommerce company
- U.S. Postal Service files blockchain voting patent
- Former Florida tax collector used public funds for blockchain company
- Everything you need to know about what Amazon is doing in Financial Services
- Paper ballots: more secure than e-voting or blockchain
- Thailand is prepping to move judicial system records to a blockchain
- A trusted system for inclusive, global trade
- CordaCon registration now open
- Archax regulated by FCA as digital securities exchange in UK
- NEM Ventures announces Trackgood as first successful NEM Ignite incubatee.