The Hedera hashgraph network has now officially launched its mainnet and will immediately begin distribution of HBAR tokens. The network is purported to be faster than any blockchain available.
The government of Catalonia has announced its plans to create a decentralized project for identification of its citizens, widening their access to certain services. The project will also be available to citizens outside of the region.
MasterCard has now joined forces with Blockchain Consortium Marco Polo, bringing its influence and reach to the world of blockchain.
HSBC, through the use of R3’s Corda, has set a new record as this is the first time a Yuan-denominated letter of credit transaction has been initiated and completed.
According to a report published by Binance, the launch and distribution of the PBoC’s CBDC will be a two-tier system from the central bank to commercial banks and to the retail market at large.
PNC bank has now become the first bank in the U.S. to use Ripplenet for international transactions.
Facebook has officially kicked off a new plan, inviting developers to look for security breaches in the Libra project, and get paid thousands of dollars.
London based banking giant, HSBC, as just become the first bank to handle a transaction through we.trade’s Hyperledger platform.
If the Hyperledger’s technical steering committee gives its approval, Ethereum could become the first public blockchain to be a part of Hyperledger.
Coinbase has announced a new feature that will allow its customers easily accept some supported DApps using traditional desktop browsers. Support for other DApps and browsers will be added as time goes on.