Intel is an U.S. technology company located in Silicon Valley, California. Intel is a developer of such hardware and software products as central processing units, motherboard chipsets, flash memory, vehicle automation sensors, integrated graphics processing units and many others. Intel is one of the major contributors to blockchain adoption for enterprises. Intel is actively working with Hyperledger — an open-source blockchain project with an aim of advancing cross-industry blockchain technology implementations. Intel is also the developer of Software Guard Extensions (SGX) — a set of instruction codes for CPUs that allows user-level code to allocate certain regions of computer memory. Intel offers SGX’s use for the protection of blockchain transactions, improving consensus efficiency, digital rights management and evolving the security of remote computation and web browsing.
Major exchange listings and real-world collaborations with Google and IBM sparked a 400% rally in the price of RLC.
iExec RLC rallies 400% after big-name collaborations and Coinbase listing
Bitcoin overtakes Intel and Coca-Cola at a market capitalization of $205 billion.
Bitcoin Market Cap Is Now Bigger Than Intel or Coca-Cola
Researchers have published a paper identifying a “Load Value Injection” proof-of-concept attack that targets Intel SGX processors.
Intel SGX Vulnerability Discovered, Cryptocurrency Keys Threatened
Singaporean government-backed blockchain platform Tribe facilitated another $15.7 million in fundraising to support blockchain startups.
Singaporean Gov’t Blockchain Platform Facilitates $15.7 Million in Fundraising
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
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has created a new system of reward tokens that receives the backing of software giant Microsoft and Intel.
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance’s Reward Token System Backed by Microsoft, Intel
Former employees of JPMorgan, Intel, and TrustToken launched a new US dollar-backed stablecoin, dubbed the USDD.
Former Employees of JP Morgan, Intel and TrustToken Launch Stablecoin