Australia’s Power Ledger and Japan’s KEPCO have just completed a trial run for a new blockchain energy trading platform. The new platform will help the energy company sell excessive power more efficiently.
The U.S. SEC has delayed making a ruling on three Bitcoin ETFs, proposed earlier this year. New dates in September and October might eventually see final ruling.
Report shows that a large number of crypto developers abandoned their respected projects during 2019’s heavy price correction phase.
A recent report has shown that cyber criminals have already netted $4.3 Billion this year, from several hacks and cyber manipulations already carried out. The PlusToken scam was the biggest of them all.
China’s apex bank, the People’s Bank of China, has said that its new digital currency is now ready. No launch date has however been announced.
Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment Capital has invested in the establishment of a crypto exchange also based in the city.
IBM has filed an application with the U.S Patent Office for a new web browser powered by blockchain. The browser will be able to store browsing information and events, in real-time.
Commerzbank, the German banking giant, has announced the development of a new blockchain system that lets automated trucks handle charging payments without human interference.
A Korean consortium of six companies have begun creating a new blockchain-based platform that will help smaller companies trade unlisted securities