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Our London Correspondent Nick Ayton, the sage of Shoreditch summarizes another great few weeks in the fintech capital.
IBM’s Ginni Rometty believes blockchain technology is far more important than AI and deep learning. But looking back at the failed attempts of R3CEV, it seems blockchain shouldn’t be the base technology IBM should be focusing on.
While trying to leverage technology for a public good, Citigroup is reaching out to some of the most prominent fintech players.
The preparations for BlockShow Europe 2017 are well underway and the organizer’s team has recently shared some good news.
Jesse Lund, senior vice president and head of Innovation Labs at Wells Fargo is leaving the company by the end of this month for IBM.
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) announced its plans to utilize blockchain technology to facilitate credit default swaps in collaboration with IBM, Axoni and R3CEV.
Nadal Antonioni, the former president of IBM Mexico, recently joined the foundation board of advisors at I/O Digital.
The Kenyan government is utilizing blockchain to develop an immutable and transparent education management system, issuing academic certificates on a cloud-based blockchain network.
IBM is set to host a connect-a-thon and rapidly expand blockchain capabilities while building an ecosystem around its own blockchain.
Walmart, a US$214 billion retail giant, has begun to utilize the blockchain technology to identify and remove recalled food from its products list.
IBM partners Singaporean startup to launch a Blockchain project that will reduce bank's time and cost on KYC.
IBM announced a strategic partnership with China’s UnionPay Bank and a US$200 million investment in its Watson Internet of Things (IoT) headquarters to fund various Blockchain developments.
IBM’s recently released report suggests the Blockchain technology will be implemented by 15% of big banks by as early as 2017.
Business embraces Blockchain big-way with IBM and Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ implementing smart contracts, Singapore emerges as center of Blockchain development.
The role of the semantic Blockchain grows as the arms race for pre-eminence in the field of AI escalates.
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