The Bitfury Group and Longenesis, the health data company, announced via a press release on April 4 that they had jointly launched a Blockchain-powered consent management system designed for the healthcare industry.
In a Davos report from the World Economic Forum, there are over 40 central banks from across the world that are experimenting with blockchain. It appears that they are interested in leveraging the benefits that technology offers. Here is everything about it in a nutshell.
The major cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has revealed the extent of its insurance coverage in an official blog posted by Philip Martin, the company’s Chief Information Security Officer. This is a rare step in transparent disclosure in an industry that is notoriously opaque about its operations.
When it comes to the so-called “crypto-winter,” there is no doubt that Coincheck has not been in better shape. The Japan-based exchange was hacked for about $530 million worth of XEM last year. As a result, its services were completely shuttered by almost everyone and everybody in the industry.
ConsenSys Ventures has finally selected its 10 blockchain startups for the second cohort of its very own accelerator program called Tachyon. The company is basically the investment arm of the Ethereum development studio called ConsenSys.