The co-founder of Wiki & an epistemologist, Larry Sanger has shared his views on the internet, blockchain and knowledge. Sanger has explained regarding Everipedia, an encyclopedia powered by blockchain technology, “We’re still figuring out a lot about blockchain. Yes, there are DApps that will work pretty well, but I think, ultimately, the mature blockchain technology of the future is still quite a ways off.”
An initiative to observe the unique attributes and use-cases of blockchain tech has been launched by North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest. Lt Governor Forest explained, “It is my hope to provide a strategy to share with our General Assembly, Department of Insurance, Department of the State Treasurer, and other state agencies that will increase awareness, streamline regulatory oversight, and modernize state government.”
The Archax has shared its plan in launching its own digital asset custody service in collaboration with Unbound Tech. The CEO of Unbound Tech, Yehuda Lindell explained, “Our Digital Asset Protection Platform provides an innovative approach to protecting digital assets by creating and using fragmented private keys without ever unifying them, delivering both security and speed for seamless customer experience.”
The beta version of the Ethereum blockchain SDK has been released by Samsung for the latest Galaxy smartphones. This will take Samsung to next to push Ethereum functionality level & kit will be providing some additional stools for dApp and blockchain mobile development and is available for a partner who requests early access to the tools. The beta version will be on Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S10 5G and the Galaxy Fold smartphones.
An announcement has been made by ORGANO that they have participated in IBM Food Trust to offer all network participants a safer and reliable food ecosystem. The managing director of Global Strategy of ORGANO, Leonard Chin explained, “Treating trust as a product ingredient and prioritizing trust as highly as any other ingredient of our products creates new opportunities for ORGANO around the world.”
For the next one-year Italy, Sweden and the Czech Republic will be jointly spearheading the Blockchain Partnership in European. A legal advisor Marco Bellezza commented, “…on the impulse of the Minister Luigi Di Maio, with a view to giving Italy a leadership role in the European projects on Blockchain. This is a unique opportunity to further promote the knowledge and use of this technology for the benefit of citizens and businesses by strengthening cooperation within the EU.”
A new partnership established between a blockchain platform, Solve.care and Uber (a multinational transport aggregator) with the aim to transform the health care patients transportation. The CEO of Solve.Care, Pradeep Goel has shared the partnership will benefits of managed transportation to the healthcare programs by offering the Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Services (NEMT).
A major technology company headquartered in South Korea, LG Corp., has launched a blockchain supply chain platform for school cafeteria lunches. It has named it as Monachain ( a decentralized identifier, DID)which will be implemented for foods served at national school cafeterias and will provide transparent information and supply chain history for the agricultural products used.
Arizona State University is currently working on building a blockchain-powered platform for academic records. A reverse transfer coordinator for Maricopa community college district in Arizona, Ted Bland agreed, “The technology would certainly provide for greater fluidity. It will also allow students to own their own academic records.”
A blockchain organization, the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA) has recently welcomed Capital Logistics (a non asset based logistics company). The president of BiTA, Patrick Duffy explained, “Members like Capital Logistics are key to BiTA’s success. The collective knowledge, insight and experience of Alliance members will help enable the best uses of blockchain in the transportation industry.”