ConsenSys is a global community of developers, businessmen, programmers, journalists, lawyers, etc. made to create and promote blockchain infrastructure and peer-to-peer applications. The organization was founded in 2014 by Josef Lubin and currently is headquartered in New York. It has a subsidiary named ConsenSys Ventures, a blockchain venture production studio. ConsenSys blockchain network is spreading rapidly, as it already consists of over 600 members from various countries. Overall, there are 47 projects under ConsenSys that provide services ranging from consulting to development and issuing of turn-key blockchain-based projects. In addition, there are projects aimed at organizing conferences or meetings, such as the ConsenSys Conference.
About 86 million ETH is held on non-exchange wallets containing enough Ether for staking on ETH 2.0.
About 80% of ETH Supply Is Qualified for Staking, Says ConsenSys
Canadian blockchain upstart BlockCrushr alleges that ConsenSys stole proprietary technology after it participated in ConsenSys’ Tachyon accelerator program.
ConsenSys Accused of Stealing IP From a Startup in Its Own Incubator
DeFi’s growth has been propelled by the increasing popularity of yield farming and Bitcoin tokenization protocols, according to ConsenSys.
ConsenSys: BTC Tokenization and Yield Farming Drives DeFi Growth
AMD and ConsenSys’ W3bcloud joint venture obtained $20 million through the sale of convertible notes.
AMD and ConsenSys' Blockchain Data Center Venture Gets $20M of Seed Funding
ConsenSys has announced that six top crypto firms will receive early access to its ETH 2.0 staking platform.
Six Crypto Heavyweights Join ETH 2.0 Staking Trial
The Baseline Protocol has released integrations for Google Sheets and Microsoft 365, allowing multiple entities to privately verify that their databases share t...
Baseline Integrates Microsoft and Google Spreadsheets Using Ethereum Mainnet
Joseph Lubin’s firm ConsenSys is entering the compliance market with the launch of a service for DeFi projects on the Ethereum network.
ConsenSys Starts Compliance Service Focusing on DeFi