Football club Liverpool FC has rebuffed the reports about its partnership with blockchain startup Tron. The Tron CEO in his Tweet earlier hinted about its association with Liverpool, however The Liverpool spokesman said that, “We do regularly engage with lots of companies to better understand their business and we have extended an invitation to Tron — along with many others. To be clear, no discussions have taken place.”
A collaboration has been established between HMS Technologies INC. (HMS) and a blockchain start-up named Solve.Care. The CEO of HMS, Bill Kirkpatrick commented that the partnership will enable disparate HIT applications to share secured health data via patient authorized access using unsecured Internet connectivity, improving care coordination while enhancing digital healthcare profiles and streamlining access to virtual healthcare services.
A start-up backed by a giant technology company (Samsung) based in South Korea, Blocko has successfully introduced its hybrid blockchain Aergo Enterprise. The CEO of Blocko, Won-Beom Kim explained, “We’ve been supporting Aergo Organization in the design and construction of the Aergo platform for a full year. After a long and intensive R&D process, we are excited to finally launch our largest product to date.”
A digital asset management startup located in Los Angels, Arca is seeking Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approval to sell a new type of stablecoin to retail investors. In its document: “It is therefore anticipated that the underlying portfolio, and the NAV of Arca UST Coins, will have relatively little volatility. Although holders of Arca UST Coins could experience greater NAV volatility compared to typical stablecoins, such volatility will be relatively limited.”
A start-up based in the U.K has reported raised £3 million through the sale of tokenized shares on the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG). The startup intended to launch a new platform which will allow the other companies to issues securities where the LSEG describe the plan as to “help companies raise capital in a more efficient and streamlined way.”
A start-up based in South Korea, Human Plus has recently unveiled their plan to launch an all-in-one cryptocurrency payment ecosystem called HUPAYX soon. The Head of Global Marketing Team at Human Plus, Aibek Amandanov said, “Traditional payment infrastructure is not suitable to utilize cryptocurrencies in our everyday lives nor does it help to eradicate existing cash ecosystem as a whole.”
A Princeton professor and Ex-deputy chief technology officer in the Barack Obama White House, Ed Felten beliefs that his startup, Offchain Labs is the key to blockchain and database woes. Felten said, “It is our goal to operate at the speed of native processing — as fast as the computer you have, but in a blockchain setting,”
A blockchain start-up based in Zurich, B3i Service AG has successfully raised $16 Million confirmed by Swiss commercial register. Its blockchain project named “Blockchain Insurance Industry Initiative” run by several international insurance companies such as Munich Re and many more. The company have raised $8.27 million and the remaining was raised as converted debt around $7.9 million.
A blockchain-backed art registry Artory has purchased Auction Club, which now enable the registry to boast data from thousands of international art houses on the blockchain. The founder of Artory, Nanne Dekki shared his aim in implementing blockchain to enhance the transparency into the world of art ownership and to utilize the technology in combating art fraud and crime.
A blockchain startup, StrongBlock has raised $4 million in a seed funding which was led by Pangea Blockchain Fund. James Duplessie, co-founder of Pangea said “We chose StrongBlock as Pangea’s first investment, as it aligns with our investment approach: utilizing blockchain technology to change underlying systems that power the things we do every day,”