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.
One of the 21 founding members of the Libra Association, Bison Trails, has raised $25.5 million from Blockchain Capital, Coinbase and ConsenSys.
Bison Trails Raises $25M in Funding Round Led by Blockchain Capital
ConsenSys CSO Sam Cassatt is launching a new blockchain-oriented investment firm, Aligned Capital.
ConsenSys CSO Seeks to Raise $50M for New Blockchain Investment Fund
“Emerging technologies such as blockchain have the potential to define the war industry over the coming decades,” former NATO Secretary General Rasmussen tells ...
Weaponizing Blockchain — Vast Potential, but Projects Are Kept Secret
China’s forthcoming digital renminbi is unlikely to use blockchain, considers Ethereum co-founder and ConsenSys CEO Joe Lubin.
Joe Lubin: China Will Avoid Blockchain’s ‘Decentralizing Aspects’
The Token Taxonomy Initiative has released a framework that aims to standardize the construction of different types of tokens.
Initiative Including Microsoft, Intel and IBM Introduces Token Standards
In order to become a validator on the Ethereum 2.0, one is required to maintain 32 Ether, worth of $5,300 at publishing time.
Ethereum 2.0 Validators to Earn up to 10% Annually for Staking: Report
Joseph Lubin said that BTC and ETH are the only two successful coins in Cointelegraph’s weekly digest of news from Japan.
Crypto and Blockchain News From Japan: Oct. 7–13 in Review