Like the internet, blockchain will eventually underpin new business models – and the movement in that direction has already begun.
Stories by Lucas Mearian
Salesforce is the latest company to offer customers a managed distributed ledger over which business transactions can be tracked.
KPMG has defined what it sees as the most important skills needed for a top-notch blockchain team – and knowledge of blockchain isn't necessarily the most important one.
While AI is a buzzword in financial services, companies must be sure of a business use case even before putting together an AI dev team.
While the coffee chain explores a new tracking system and mobile app, two surveys show that not everyone is fully on board with distributed ledger tech.
Blockchain backers need to stop talking up the tech's intricacies and start detailing real-world business use cases, according to Salesforce's Adam Caplan.
Microsoft has announced its first Azure-based, managed blockchain platform using JPM's Quorum enterprise-class distributed ledger technology.
The FDA plans to pilot artificial intelligence and machine learning technology in its legacy food-screening systems – and it's exploring how to build out blockchain internally and industry-wide to increase the scale, efficiency and safety of supply chains.
The future of healthcare could rely on the open transmission of patient data for any number of reasons – from treatment data to clinical trials – and one technology could serve as a secure conduit: blockchain.
Blockchain has the potential to eliminate routine tasks for finance and tax teams, but most back-office executives aren't even considering the technology, according to a KPMG survey.
A new report from Janco Associates shows that blockchain positions remain unfilled as a dearth of qualified IT workers persists – and those who do have the skills remain in high demand.
IBM has launched a global blockchain network for cross-border payments that will use both stable coin backed by U.S. dollars and cryptocurrency to make near real-time cross border financial transactions.
A new jobs report shows software engineers with blockchain skills are in higher demand than at anytime in the past and the number of positions has grown more than five-fold in the past year.
The much-hyped distributed ledger technology (DLT) has the potential to eliminate huge amounts of record-keeping, save money, streamline supply chains and disrupt IT in ways not seen since the internet arrived
Blockchain technology is being piloted as the basis for self-sovereign identities, which can eliminate user names and passwords for logging into corporate sites or verify sensitive information such as income for purposes of a loan without revealing personally identifiable information.