The Bank of Thailand is developing its own digital currency, aiming to complete a first proof-of-concept by March 2019. This article is originally written and posted on https://www.coindesk.com/thailands-central-bank-is-developing-a-digital-currency-based-on-r3-tech/.  Visit https://www.coindesk.com/ today…

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Could blockchain help China avoid its next vaccine scandal – or at the very least, allow for more conversation about such issues? This article is originally written and posted on https://www.coindesk.com/a-solution-to-chinas-pharma-woes-might-be-a-blockchain-away/. …

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A newly released Intel patent application sets out a system for automatically creating and validating blocks on a distributed ledger. This article is originally written and posted on https://www.coindesk.com/no-miners-intel-seeks-to-automate-dlt-block-verification/.  Visit https://www.coindesk.com/…

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At the Synchronize 2018 conference in New York City, enterprise blockchains heavyweights made it clear they want to build ethereum-like platforms. This article is originally written and posted on https://www.coindesk.com/blythe-masters-business-blockchain-wont-winner-takes/. …

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The Singapore government is launching an innovation-boosting blockchain challenge that will reward successful projects with funding. This article is originally written and posted on https://www.coindesk.com/singapore-launches-blockchain-challenge-with-funding-prizes/.  Visit https://www.coindesk.com/ today for all Crypto…

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The Bank of England has launched a proof of concept that will explore DLT-compatibility with its real time gross settlement service. This article is originally written and posted on https://www.coindesk.com/bank-england-test-dlt-interacts-new-settlement-system/. …

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South Africa’s central bank has launched a program that will trial JPMorgan’s Quorum blockchain potential in interbank clearing and settlement. According to an official statement dated Feb. 13, the South…

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