Blockchain Catch-upThis is Charles Brett’s start-of-the-week Enterprise Times ‘blockchain catch-up’ Week 33. Necessarily it is idiosyncratic and selective.

It is not intended to be comprehensive but does seek to highlight ‘Quick Takes’ on specific developments as well interesting pieces to read, a listing of some (not all) announcements/press releases and pointers to upcoming events.

Quick Takes – Charles Brett’s Blockchain Catch-up Week 33

Quick Takes will return in early September (unless something special occurs in these dog days of August).

6 pieces to read – Charles Brett’s Blockchain Catch-up Week 33

Selected announcements/press releases/opinions – Charles Brett’s Blockchain Catch-up Week 33

  • A multichain approach is the future of the blockchain industry (opinion)
  • The near-term future of mlockchain: tracking carbon offsets (opinion)
  • Which universities are the best for blockchain? (opinion)
  • Central banks were born from the war machine and government overreach (opinion)
  • LSE joins Hedera Governing Council to advance blockchain research for social good (announcement)
  • Filecoin and Polygon deploy interoperable bridge to expedite Web 3 development (announcement)
  • Finastra and Salt Edge collaborate to provide a more personalised banking experience (announcement)
  • Bikdata is moving blockchain technology into the future (announcement)
  • Blockchain in Retail – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics (announcement/report)

Selected upcoming events


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