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Forbes – July 1, 2019
Famed cryptographer Nick Szabo may have coined the term “smart contract” back in 1994, but DocuSign can make a compelling case for being its true inventor.
The Fabric Net – June 28, 2019
Enterprises today face multiple challenges in utilizing blockchain for their business.
Coingeek – June 26, 2019
It is quickly becoming apparent that one of the most secure ways for businesses and government agencies to store data is through blockchain technology.
Forbes – June 26, 2019
It has been a busy week in the blockchain space especially for enterprise companies like Facebook, IBM, SWIFT and Microsoft.
Yahoo! Finance – June 24, 2019
In Malta, new rules will require that all property rental contracts be registered on a blockchain for security considerations, local news outlet Malta Today reported on June 23.
Business Times – June 18, 2019
Another victory for blockchain has been recorded, it seems, in the Middle East.
CoinRevolution – June 11, 2019
According to a UAE based news outlet, the Gulf Today, the Dubai Real Estate sector is slated for a major shakeup following the signing of a deal between a local telecom’s giant- Etisalat- and the Dubai Land Department (DLD).
Cointelegraph – June 10, 2019
The Dubai Land Department (DLD) and telecoms firm Etisalat have signed a memorandum of understanding concerning real estate blockchain technology, United Arab Emirates-based outlet Gulf Today reported on June 10.
Cointelegraph – June 6, 2019
Joseph Lubin could arguably be seen as a star at any blockchain event these days, but at the Ethereal Summit last month — organized by Ethereum-focused development company ConsenSys, which he co-founded — he was especially revered.
CryptoGlobe – May 31, 2019
According to research from Credit Suisse, the average lifespan of an S&P 500 company is now less than 20 years compared to the 60-year average company tenure in the 1950s. A root cause of the problem: disruptive technology.
Computerworld – May 24, 2019
A special interest group with the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is detailing opportunities and offering examples of how blockchain can create new real estate markets.
TechCentral.ie – May 24, 2019
An Enterprise Ethereum Alliance special interest group has detailed opportunities and offered examples of how blockchain can create new markets
Business Times – May 24, 2019
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has reportedly released details on the use of blockchain, ones that closely tie into real-world real estate market applications. Coin Telegraph cited a report done by most of its own members.
Cointelegraph – May 23, 2019
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has detailed several blockchain use cases relevant to the real estate industry in a report shared with Cointelegraph on May 23.
Bitcoin Exchange Guide – May 23, 2019
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) Releases Real Estate Blockchain Use Case Playbook
HACKED – May 22, 2019
Ethereum (ETH) continued to trade in positive territory on Wednesday after developers allocated $30 million toward a slew of upgrades designed to improve the second-largest blockchain network. The project certainly has a lot to prove after a devastating bear market lowered ETH’s reservation demand and forced a sharp correction in price that has only recently showed recovery potential.
eWeek – May 18, 2019
Here at Coindesk’s Consensus 2019 conference, fledgling software companies pitched new pieces for future incarnations of blockchain, while new advocacy groups discussed why it is important to normalize the technology for customers and regulators, and economists said they were skeptical of the whole thing.
Coindesk – May 13, 2019
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the standards body seeking a common approach for businesses using ethereum’s code, has released a third version of its client specification, as well as updates on privacy and performance.
Medium – April 29, 2019
We are pleased to announce that DOS Network has become a member of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)! We are looking forward to working with other members in the EEA to contribute to this vibrant industry.
THE BLOCK – April 24, 2019
At the end of last year, Vitalik Buterin used the medium of a tweetstorm to assess non-financial applications of blockchain technologies. Buterin described it as becoming ‘a bigger and bigger part of the story.’