What is a blockchain?
Blockchain is a term widely used to represent an entire new suite of technologies. There is substantial confusion around its definition because the technology is early-stage, and can be implemented in many ways depending on the objective.
Cambridge Blockchain puts control of personal identity data back in the hands of the end user. Our platform allows financial institutions to meet the strictest new data privacy rules, eliminate redundant identity compliance checks and improve the customer experience.
Selection of intro docs on blockchain technology in english & german as well as first research papers. Learn all about Bitcoin, Ethereum and other crypto currencies, types of blockchains, Web 3.0, crypto economics, tokens, smart contracts, oracles, DApps, DAOs, ICOs, and many more.
Why blockchain on Azure?
Microsoft is bringing blockchain to the enterprise, working with customers, partners, and the blockchain community to continually advance its enterprise readiness. Our mission is to help companies thrive in this new era of secure multiparty collaboration by delivering platforms and services that any company—including ledger startups, retailers, health providers, and global banks—can use to improved shared business processes
AWS is investing in blockchain though our partner ecosystem. If you’re involved in Healthcare and Life Sciences, Financial Services, Supply Chain Management, Security, or Compliance, and would like to innovate with us, we welcome your proposals