The global blockchain technology market size is projected to reach $72 billion in the next five years. In order to ensure this growth, however, blockchain solution providers must continue to advance and innovate.Read more
Just as the cryptocurrency sector is constantly changing and evolving, the enterprise blockchain industry has been undergoing its fair share of developments lately. Most recently, enterprise blockchain solutions are shifting from private, closed networks to public, open systems.Read more
Todd Morley, Overline chairman and co-founder of financial-services giant Guggenheim Partners is building a blockchain tower in New York, as per a report on Business Insider today.Read more
Microsoft is turning off its corporate Azure Blockchain Service on September 10 and will not accept any new deployments effective immediately, with no official explanation provided.
Large corporate customers who use Azure Blockchain include J.P.
Blockchain is seen as a major area of interest by enterprises looking to invest in deep tech solutions, a new report suggests.Read more
While large enterprise adoption might be one of the least sexy topics in the fast-moving world of crypto and blockchain, it just might be the most important catalyst to a futuristic reality where everyone and everything is being recorded on a distributed ledger.Read more
Tech giant IBM and intellectual property specialists at IPwe yesterday revealed the IPwe Platform and the Global Patent Marketplace, a blockchain-based platform that would allow tokenizing and trading patents in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs).Read more
If 2021 has taught us anything about digital currencies, it’s that big banks and major payments providers are now feeling more comfortable with Bitcoin (BTC).Read more
The mainstream adoption of blockchain technology continues to pick up steam as stories like Microstrategy using Bitcoin (BTC) to pay bonuses for its board of directors and Topps announcing plans to release nonfungible token collectible trading cards make headlines on a almost daily basis.Read more
At the end of 2019, research firm Forrester and Big Four firm Ernst & Young, or EY, published a report surveying the adoption of public blockchains by enterprises. Findings revealed that 75% of respondents were likely to use a public blockchain in the future.Read more