Xunlei, a Chinese Blockchain services provider, reported an increased revenue of $45.3 million in Q3 season 2018. The company has attributed its blockchain platform, ThunderChain, cloud and Internet value-added service sectors for the dramatic rise in its revenue.
With an aim to ease the daily transaction of Latin America residents through utility tokens, VIVOplay has developed a blockchain based platform VIVOpago to be launched during its token sale event. The event will be backed by Tokeny, the leading Luxembourg based Fintech company, as reported.
Thailand Government has recently announced that it is interested to implement blockchain to tackle the issues related to tax avoidance in the nation. The news surfaced when Eknithi Nitithanprapas, Director-General, proposed the idea of using distributed ledger technology to bring efficiency in the issues regarding tax frauds.
Aerum, a next-generation blockchain designed for programmable P2P finance, claims to provide a “full-service platform” to address three big issues of Ethereum Blockchain that will enable entrepreneurs and business platforms to accept the technology without giving any second thought.
In order to develop a digital identity system running on Blockchain, Deloitte has collaborated with Attest Inc, as per the press release published Nov. 5. Attest is a blockchain-based digital identity company based in Chicago. It offers a shared identity platform that enables its clients to provide digital identity services to their customers.
IOTA Foundation, a Germany based non-profit corporation, has partnered with Ledger, a security leader in the crypto industry to develop a secure hardware wallet for its users. The main motive behind this partnership is to allow users of IOTA Tokens to isolate their tokens from computers and smartphones thereby adding an additional layer of safety against security breaches. With the partnership with Ledger, the tokens can then be transferred to a more secure hardware wallet. This will further reduce the chances of their hacking by malicious hackers.
Cargill, a privately held American global corporation, has recently announced about the expansion of its blockchain turkey programme in which users can trace their turkeys back to the family farm where they have been raised. As compared to four farms last year, nearly 70 farms have agreed to have their active participation this year in order to make 200,000 turkeys traceable for their customers.
The arrival of a new multi-blockchain game in November 2018 is creating a new buzz among Cryptocurrency holders. The game named Glitch Goons (created by Ether Dale) is a new pvp or player vs player automatic fighting game which accepts different Cryptocurrencies from buyers.
A Poland based multidimensional football academy and a blockchain startup, Bitcademy, has recently announced that it is planning to use blockchain in acquiring new talents in Football. The startup also aims to enable the underprivileged youths to use this platform for leveraging their talents.
Amir Sarhangi, senior developer at Google’s new wireless messaging service is soon to join Ripple as vice president of products. He will handle the global payments network of RippleNet. In 2015, Google acquired Sarhangi’s startup that develops new technology for wireless carriers to implement rich communication system (RCS).