The Manhattan block has 12 luxury apartments and has a market face value worth $36.5 million. A blockchain startup Fluidity has partnered with a broker-dealer company Propellr to tokenize this entire multimillion-dollar block of condos on a Blockchain network thereby allowing buyers to invest as much or as little as they like.
Activists against Government and Military Authorities of Thailand have come up with a new way of protecting their controversial music video “Rap against Dictatorship” from getting censored on YouTube. They are using crypto tech to prevent unwanted censorship from the board. The activists have released the video on YouTube on October 22 which then took the entire nation by storm and has received 28 million impressions since then.
J.P. Morgan Chase, a leading global financial services firm has identified three public companies – Akamai Technologies Inc, DocuSign, and Ellie Mae – who it believes can get benefited the most through the application of Blockchain technology, reports CNBC Nov. 8.
The National Police Agency of South Korea has arrested four young hackers in a case of cryptojacking over 6,000 computers, as reported by Korean English-language news outlet Aju Daily on Nov. 8. The case is first of its kind to surface in South Korea since the inception of cryptocurrencies.
Nevada is soon going to have a new makeover powered by Blockchain Technology. As per a recent news, Jeffry Berns, CEO of Blockchains, LLC has acquired 7,000 acres of desert land in northern Nevada to build a new type of smart city which will have its all interactions driven through Blockchain Technology. Berns has reportedly acquired the land for $170 million.
An Israel based technological start-up, INVioU is on its way to raise $2 million to develop a Blockchain-powered invoice solution. The solution aims at delivering a service where SME companies can generate Blockchain powered Invoices that enable for quick verification and payment from the credit provider side. The company has already raised almost $300,000 so far, as per the industry reports.
Policybazaar, a leading insurance web aggregator, has reportedly shown its interest in adopting Blockchain Technology to bring reformation in its services. The report also stated that Policybazaar has joined with Accrivis Network Pvt. Ltd., a data integration platform provider, to implement blockchain solutions.
In the recent news report released by Bloomberg, Microsoft’s Azure blockchain services is going to aid Nasdaq’s Financial Framework/ Nasdaq to develop software to help traders and clearinghouses to better communicate with each other towards solving transaction issues. The platform will also enable traders to access a number of Blockchain solutions through a single interface.
Recently, WePower has tokenized a year’s worth of Estonian grid data through a pilot project making it to be the world’s first ever Blockchain application in the energy sector on such a complex stand. WePower, in collaboration with Elering has become able to put all consumption and production data of the latter onto a blockchain network.
Ajit Pai, the man who stood against net neutrality in the US will now regulate Blockchain to effectively manage the telecom sector. He is best known for his role against net neutrality law enforced by Barack Obama’s government. Considering the potential dependency of the blockchain on the internet, it is likely that Pai and the public ledger technology will face each other down the road in near future.