Blockchains may revolutionize enterprise industries, which can be clear to see by browsing various industries listed on this page. Enterprise can be greatly and positively impacted by blockchains. They provide secure and transparent ways for tracking transaction within and between businesses, whether that be financial records, customer records, receipts, orders, etc. It can change the way we use contracts with employees and partners, if we begin to implement more smart contracts in a blockchain world. So, the internet of things and blockchains will definitely influence the enterprise, and you can read news and ideas about it here.
Quorum is a private, permissioned blockchain project created by JP Morgan, aiming to be an enterprise-grade blockchain solution. Learn about Quorum with us!
IBM has become a chameleon of sorts, keeping up with the constantly changing technological climate. IBM has shown interest in blockchain, too! Learn about what they are doing with the tech in our rundown.
NEM is short for New Economic Movement. They value financial freedom, decentralization, and equality of opportunity! Learn about the NEM blockchain here!
Aelf is a cloud-based decentralized computing platform. Got a task you’re computer doesn’t have the processing power to complete? Learn about Aelf here!
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is made up of 200+ organizations researching private applications of blockchain technologies. Learn about it here!
The ICON Project aims to overcome challenges of centralization, and connectivity in decentralized networks. They hope to help advance our society towards true hyperconnectivity. In order to do this, ICON is redefining communities. Learn about how in our overview of their project!
Business on the Blockchain is a new series aimed at keeping you up to date on all of the big business moves towards blockchain tech. More businesses are exploring cryptocurrencies & blockchain. We’re here to help you understand how some of these businesses are making this transition.
Learn about Disney’s Dragonchain project! The goal of Dragonchain is to make it easier to integrate business applications onto a blockchain, using popular programming languages like C#, Python and Java to make smart contracts, or you can get a pre-built smart contract from the marketplace!
Maxine Ryan is the co-founder and COO of Bitspark, a blockchain remittance platform for money transfer businesses. Despite being a college dropout, Maxine is a successful young entrepreneur whose helping Move the Chain!
VeChain plans to digitize the whole supply chain process wherever it can be and enhance supply chain management processes by providing a blockchain-enabled platform for asset digitization and tracking. Learn about VeChain in this short video!
Populous uniquely connects business owners with invoice buyers on a global scale by leveraging the security, transparency, and speed of blockchain technology. Learn about the Populous platform in this short video!
Waltonchain is a platform that specializes in tagging packing shipments via RFID technology. By putting the supply chain on the blockchain brings greater transparency to all involved parties. Check out how Waltonchain can use the blockchain to provide quality assurance in a transparent, secure way.
Roger Ver has been invested and involved in blockchain since 2011, and is currently the CEO of Bitcoin.com. He’s helped to fund many start-ups and been an out-spoken advocate for bitcoin, which has progressed blockchain & helped move the chain.
Hosted by Disruption Joe, the Chicago Blockchain Project Meetup on November 13, 2017 focused on financial enterprise on the blockchain & different projects working to achieve that.
Aragon is a network intended to be a Digital Autonomous Organization working to eliminate unnecessary third parties and intermediaries. Learn about Aragon in this episode of Blockchain Token!
Amber Baldet, a J.P. Morgan executive, is heading the development of blockchain-based Quorom. She’s featured in our Moving the Chain series for helping progress blockchain technology & cryptocurrencies. Read more about how here.
Episode 12 of Blockchain Token discusses Basic Attention Token, or BAT. Basic Attention Token aims to revolutionize how digital advertising works by using a token that can be exchanged between publishers, advertisers, and users. Learn more about this token!
Blockchains can be used for far more than simply trading bitcoins. Some companies are trying to improve efficiency and transparency with the food chain supply, like Walmart, Nestle, Tyson, and many more. Blockchain technology paired with food tracking can create a safer and more reliable food chain supply, decreasing food contamination problems.
RAC is the first artist to publish an album on a blockchain, specifically using the Ethereum blockchain in partnership with Ujo Music. RAC heard about blockchains and got interested quite quickly. From there he decided he would put his album on the blockchain! Read about how he came to this decision here!
Interested in learning more about how the blockchain could impact the internet of things? Then this interview is for you!
Taylor Gerring gives an interview to Sravani Bhattacharjee about Blockchain and IoT. They discuss the cloud and scaling within blockchain technologies.