AIG teams with IBM to use blockchain for 'brainy' insurance policy
(Reuters) – Insurer American International Group Inc has partnered with International Business Machines Corp to develop a “brainy” insurance policy that uses blockchain to manage elaborate international coverage, the companies said on Wednesday. Read More
Significant – Read install instructions
The latest release dosen’t have an installer yet, which means you will have to download two files in order to get the wallet working decently.
Linux install happens in the same manner. Guides include links to movie tutorials.
Help us test Agama Wallet
Agama Wallet is in its early development phase, but already publicly available for testing. Read More
After Internet, it’s Blockchain Internet Two.0
Technology disrupts technology. That has been fundamental to every incremental innovation mproving lives. But there comes a technology once in several decades that redefines innovation and permits fresh technologies to get built on that. Internet was the most latest example of such technology until blockchain happened. Read More
To restore to digital transactions the reliability and efficiency of face-to-face interactions through secure and connected information.
BlockApps was the very first company incubated out of Consensys in two thousand fifteen to develop the best, ease-of-use, most powerful blockchain-as-a-service platform on the market. Read More
A Universal Library for Health Care:
Health Data Meets Blockchain Technology
The library catalog is a relic of days gone by, but in its prime, it was the best way to find what you were looking for at the library. The Dewey Decimal System (DDS) was a ordinary, yet specific classification system. A book gets an identification number based on its subject, author, title, and version. Read More
Bits on blocks
A gentle introduction to digital tokens
Digital tokens have come to the fore recently, firstly with excitement about cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, then with digital tokens being used to represent different assets on a blockchain. What are they? How can you digitise a token? Why is it significant? Read More
A fantasy of the ‘90s lives on: What GSTPA trains us about blockchain
Those of us with long memories in financial services recall the promise of a late 1990s industry initiative to bring standardization, transparency and efficiency to securities processing: The Global Straight-Through Processing Association. Read More
A Blockchain Q&A with Dell’s Shishir Vadhavkar
In this blog, we talk with Shishir Vadhavkar, Director Industry Solutions – Banking and Financial Services at Dell about IoT, the future of blockchain and more. Shishir will be speaking at the Blockchain World Congress this September in NYC.
What is Dell’s role in the blockchain adoption? Read More
A Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide to Surviving the BIP one hundred forty eight UASF (updated)
This is a re-write of A Bitcoin Beginner’s Guide to Surviving a Coin-Split, specifically addressing issues associated with the upcoming BIP one hundred forty eight UASF. (Update: And the BCC launch.)
July 26th update: With BIP91 activated, it seems increasingly unlikely there will be a Bitcoin 148/Legacy Bitcoin split at all. Read More
A beginner’s guide to Ethereum tokens
What is an Ethereum token?
Before learning about Ethereum tokens, it is significant to very first understand the basics of Ethereum. Please see my beginner’s guide to Ethereum for those fresh to this concept entirely. Ethereum tokens are simply digital assets that are being built on top of the Ethereum blockchain. Read More