Upending the narrative that software is key in the blockchain space, Intel details its years-long effort to link distributed ledgers to hardware.
Bringing blockchain technology to the enterprise is a top priority for Microsoft. Other projects in the cryptocurrency and blockchain sphere are working toward a similar goal. Microsoft’s CoCo Framework for enterprise blockchain networks may very well prove to be a game changer. Microsoft aims to facilitate the adoption of distributed ledger technology in the enterprise sector, […]
Microsoft, the $561 bln US-based technology company, has released the Confidential Consortium (Coco) Framework, an Ethereum-based protocol.
Windows users often find themselves rather annoyed when Microsoft decides to release an update suddenly. Depending on one’s computer settings, these updates may be installed automatically and force a reboot of one’s computer. Some of these updates are more important than others, however. The most recent update is highly important as it fixes a Windows search vulnerability related to addresses […]
A consortium of enterprises led by Microsoft has unveiled a framework designed to boost the speed and scalability of open-source blockchain tech.
Car manufacturer Renault is looking to blockchain technology to store its car’s passport information in an untamperable manner.
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French automaker Renault has unveiled a new digitized car maintenance log prototype built using blockchain. Source
Some of the world’s biggest companies have quietly embraced Bitcoin.
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The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) is looking to have the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) overturn a decision that found Microsoft did not need to provide the DOJ with data stored on foreign servers. This decision has been unsuccessfully appealed twice before. What Happened? The DOJ’s appeal was turned down twice partially because […]
Launched at the UN, the ID2020 Alliance is seeking to revolutionize identity, but will blockchain be the technology of choice? Source
Centralized ways to prove identity may now have an expiration date, thanks to a new blockchain prototype jointly built by Microsoft and Accenture. Source
Representatives of the UN are calling for blockchain firms and others to collaborate on better identity solutions. Source
Microsoft and Accenture’s new partnership aims to document the world’s 1.1 billion citizens without “recognized identity.”