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CoinTelegraph – November 6, 2019

Ethereum, Accenture, IBM, R3 publish first token taxonomy framework

Today, the cross-industry Token Taxonomy Initiative (TTI) published its first framework, with guidelines and standardized token ‘recipes’. The Token Taxonomy Framework (TTF) V 1.0 enables enterprises to create blockchain-neutral tokens with comprehensive definitions and terms.

LedgerInsights – November 6, 2019

Ethereum, Accenture, IBM, R3 publish first token taxonomy framework

Today, the cross-industry Token Taxonomy Initiative (TTI) published its first framework, with guidelines and standardized token ‘recipes’. The Token Taxonomy Framework (TTF) V 1.0 enables enterprises to create blockchain-neutral tokens with comprehensive definitions and terms.

CoinTelegraph – November 6, 2019

Initiative Including Microsoft, Intel and IBM Introduces Token Standards

The Token Taxonomy Initiative (TTI) has unveiled a framework to standardize the construction of tokens. The initiative has made its Token Taxonomy Framework (TTF) available to the public, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph on Nov. 4.

Coinfomania – November 6, 2019

Ethereum, IBM and Co. Publishes First Token Taxonomy Framework

By Wilfred Michael NOVEMBER 4, 2019Ethereum, IBM and Co. Publishes First Token Taxonomy FrameworkToken Taxonomy Framework (TTF) The Token Taxonomy Initiative (TTI) announced today the release of Token Taxonomy Framework (TTF) V 1.0, a universal guideline that would enable businesses and developers to blockchain-based tokens and how they are implemented.

Forbes – November 6, 2019

Selling Blockchain To Enterprises: How Ripple And Others Make Money

The blockchain technology that appeared in 2008 with the introduction of Bitcoin is developing approximately five times as quickly as the Internet did. It even went through its boom and bust periods more rapidly than the dotcom mania did.

Crypto News Flash – November 6, 2019

Ethereum, Enjin and Microsoft release blockchain-based reward program

As Microsoft’s latest project shows, the world leader continues to rely on Ethereum to develop blockchain solutions. The Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA) member, in collaboration with Ethereum-based Enjin (ENJ), has launched an blockchain-based project.

The Enterprisers Project – November 6, 2019

Blockchain in 2020: 5 trends to watch

Blockchain “tourism” is giving way to serious projects, and standards groups are tackling key pain points. Here’s what IT and business leaders should watch for in 2020

Yahoo! Finance – November 6, 2019

What is the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)?

According to the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) website, the alliance is a member-driven standards organisation whose charter is to develop open blockchain specifications that drive harmonisation and interoperability for businesses and consumers worldwide.

Forbes – November 4, 2019

Microsoft To Help Enterprises Mint Their Own Ethereum Tokens

Microsoft is taking its secret platform for creating tokens similar to bitcoin out for a test drive. The software giant, which was among the first to accept bitcoin for payment, has created a mint for issuing a wide range of crypto assets.

Euromoney Magazine – September 25, 2019

Trade Finance and Blockchain: Now Is The Time For A Network Of Networks

What if corporates could go to just one place to access all trade finance blockchain services, to pick the best one for their needs, at the best price? What if you could create a sort of Compare the Market for trade finance blockchain – a network of networks?