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BLOCK LETTERS – The Very Latest Enterprise Blockchain News (Dec 16th)

1. Blockchain for the Fashion and Luxury Industry The fashion and luxury industry has become infamous for its waste and inhumane working conditions. Blockchain-based tracking solutions can empower consumers by providing supply chain insights. [...Read more on Blockchain Land] 2. India Plans to Issue a National Blockchain Framework The Indian government is preparing a national framework to support the wider deployment of blockchain use cases. Minister of state for electronics and IT (MeitY) Sanj [...]

By |December 16th, 2019|

BLOCK LETTERS – The Very Latest Enterprise Blockchain News (Nov 20th)

1. Lamborghini uses blockchain to authenticate resold cars “When Lambo?” became a rallying cry for would-be cryptocurrency millionaires during the last Bitcoin bull run; now the Italian supercar manufacturer has itself embraced blockchain, using the technology to authenticate heritage vehicles. [...Read more on DeCrypt's website] 2. German airline Hahn Air issues first blockchain-based tickets NEW YORK (Reuters) - German airline Hahn Air, which offers scheduled and charter flights within Europe [...]

By |November 20th, 2019|

BLOCK LETTERS – The Very Latest Enterprise Blockchain News (Nov 8th)

1.  ‘How Salesforce Is Using Blockchain To Decentralize Data & Hyperledger’s Role Salesforce, an American cloud-based software company, announced in April a blockchain offering on top of Hyperledger Sawtooth. Behlendorf, who has served on the board of Mozilla Foundation since 2003, notes how crucial Salesforce’s architecture is to the operations of their clients — this makes them a perfect fit to explore distributed technologies. [...Read more on Forbes website] 2.  Microsoft Partners with [...]

By |November 8th, 2019|

BLOCK LETTERS – The Very Latest Enterprise Blockchain News (Oct 21st)

1. ‘Big Four’ Exec Says Privacy Is Key to Enterprise Blockchain Adoption A senior executive at Big Four auditor Ernst & Young (EY) thinks blockchain will revolutionize commerce – if the community can solve its privacy issues. “Blockchain is going to be the tool that ties together not just individual companies, but whole business ecosystems and networks,” says EY global innovation lead Paul Brody. “Enterprises will not go on to the public mainnet without privacy and security.” [...Read more [...]

By |October 21st, 2019|