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January 20, 2018 by at Blockchain, Commentary, Ethereum, News
Ron Resnick has been appointed as the first executive director for the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA). His previous post was at the helm of AirFuel Alliance as chairman and president. Enterprise Ambitions One of the EEA’s goals is to develop Ethereum-based enterprise and technological solutions. Around 200 other companies will...
June 9, 2017 by at Business, Finance, News, Tech
On May 30, LG, one of the largest electronics company in South Korea behind Samsung, officially announced its partnership with R3CEV as a part of a larger vision to target the South Korean fintech and finance industries with distributed ledger technology. Over the past few years, many leading financial institutions...
May 2, 2017 by at Business, Finance, News
JPMorgan Chase has reportedly left the blockchain banking consortium R3 due to disagreements over R3 proposed funding plans. The New York-based startup R3 CEV, which leads the 80 firms strong financial services-focused blockchain consortium, intends to raise $150 from its member institutions and investors in exchange for a 60 percent...
March 1, 2017 by at Finance, News, Tech
R3CEV, more commonly known as the R3 Consortium, member BNY Mellon is recruiting blockchain experts and developers to establish its own technology and blockchain team. The multi-billion dollar bank’s decision to form an in-house development group coincides with the R3CEV’s exit from the blockchain industry. On February 24, R3CEV officially...
January 2, 2017 by at Altcoins, Business, News, Tech
Eight new companies, including Sovrin Foundation, a private-sector international non-profit that was established to govern the world’s first self-sovereign identity network, and Swisscom, a major, state-owned Swiss telecommunications provider, have joined the Linux Foundation's Hyperledger project. The other six companies that have joined Hyperledger are; Lykke, a zero-commission, digital currency,...
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