Professor Craig Wright, posing as Satoshi Nakamoto, is to hand over 410,000 Bitcoins to his partner’s family.
The new blockchain project will be available from September 1, which means that Pavel Durov will keep his promise to launch TON by October 31, 2019.
Recruit Holdings is Japan's largest HR services company. Recently, the giant valued at $50 billion has heavily funded an American blockchain startup. What do HR and decentralized technologies have in common?
Indian mass media have reported on the plans of the state government to use blockchain to improve the efficiency of entire economy sectors.
As part of the Venus project, the company will issue stable coins pegged to fiat currencies of various countries.
Audius is a blockchain startup seeking to cut middlemen out of the music business. The company has recently presented its blockchain’s beta version.
A leading Latin American investment bank has joined PTDL Group, an organization developing a blockchain platform for financial market participants.
A major recruiting company announced its cooperation with Moonlighting blockchain-based platform.
The South Korean technology giant has added a new feature to its Blockchain Keystore app store: users can now pay with the company's crypto currency.
The authorities of the Cambodian capital have decided to build a smart city of 100 hectares in Phnom Penh. The project will be implemented by Singapore-based startup Limestone Network.
Korea's oldest bank, Shinhan Bank, has signed a contract to build a new security system based on blockchain.
The United Nations are currently investigating 35 North Korean cyber attacks in 17 countries. Last week, information surfaced revealing that the country had spent over $2 billion stolen funds on financing national weapons programmes.