Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Blockchain

Walmart China Teams with VeChain, PwC on Blockchain Food Safety Platform

Walmart China has launched a blockchain-based platform aimed to address food safety concerns in the country. Source link

Anti-Bitcoin JPMorgan Teases JPM Coin Test as FB Steals Crypto Thunder

Despite CEO Jamie Dimon's history of anti-bitcoin rhetoric, JPMorgan plans to pilot-test its own JPM Coin cryptocurrency later this year. JPMorgan claims more...

JPMorgan Will Pilot ‘JPM Coin’ Stablecoin by End of 2019: Report

The U.S. largest bank, JPMorgan, expects to pilot its own cryptocurrency project JPM Coin around the end of 2019, Bloomberg reports Source link

Tony Hawk Foundation Added to Bitpay’s 100 Crypto Supporting Nonprofits

On June 24, well known nonprofit the Tony Hawk Foundation revealed it is now accepting cryptocurrencies for donations through Bitpay. The foundation founded...

Updated Crypto Guidelines From FATF Has Far-Reaching Implications

The FATF (Financial Action Task Force) has revealed updated guidelines that would require cryptocurrency and digital asset exchanges—and potentially independent business owners and...

48 Cryptocurrency Exchanges Now Approved in the Philippines

The number of approved cryptocurrency exchanges has been growing in the Philippines. In addition to 11 operators registered by the central bank, the...

Ethereum-Based Synthetic Asset Platform Loses Over 37M Tokens in Oracle Attack

An asset platform that allows for the minting and trading of synthetic assets recently lost over 37 million synthetic ether in an apparent...

AICPA Proposes New Standards That Would Apply to Blockchain-Based Audit Data

The AICPA is soliciting feedback on a new proposal for audit standards, in which they are seeking to accommodate data provided by new...

Pot Startup Uses the Blockchain to Smoke Out Weed Strains

TheraCann and StrainSecure have teamed up to turn pot DNA into intellectual property. Source link

President of Uganda to Lead Blockchain Conference in Kampala in July

President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda will be leading a conference in June on blockchain technologies and the “fourth industrial revolution” Source link