blockchain solutions

Reinforcing IBM’s commitment to open source Hyperledger Fabric

It’s been an exciting year for blockchain development. From privacy-preserving digital health credentials to new, digitized supply chain infrastructure — some of the most interesting technology developments of late have drawn on the benefits of enterprise blockchain and distributed ledgers. That’s why today we are doubling down on our contributions to enterprise blockchain and Hyperledger, […]

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Blockchain as an enabler to becoming a cognitive enterprise

Technologies like blockchain, IoT, AI and automation, play a key role in the transformation of organizations to a cognitive enterprise. Interaction with its stakeholder ecosystem is foundational to any enterprise and blockchain solutions make these interactions efficient by optimizing these touchpoints. As we discussed in our previous post, blockchain technology brings trust in transactions by […]

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IBM Blockchain Platform is full steam ahead with Hyperledger Fabric 2.0, Red Hat Integrations

This week marks the first fully digital IBM Think conference! There is no shortage of blockchain content rolling out which can be accessed by anyone around the world, on-demand. Learn about enabling trusted data exchange in time-critical situations from our Vice President of Blockchain, Jerry Cuomo, and our partners and blockchain leaders from HACERA, SecureKey […]

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Blockchain at Davos: Opening the world to new insights

When we act as a global community to govern and resolve, we rely on openness, transparency, trust and authenticity in tandem with other stakeholders. Technology solutions, like blockchain technology, facilitate openness, transparency and authenticity. The world came to Davos for its 50th Annual Meeting since the World Economic Forum (WEF) has championed the Fourth Industrial […]

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Is standardization the missing link in automotive blockchain?

Blockchain is driving disruption in the automotive industry. Sixty-two percent of executives say that the secure distributed ledger technology will be a disruptive force in the automotive industry within three years, according to an IBM Institute for Business Value study. The missing link? Standardization — getting original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers on the same […]

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For cross-border payments, half the journey is getting there

At some point during a recent 27-hour journey to Singapore I had a realization: Singapore is long way from home and not somewhere you get to by accident from Texas. That might sound rather obvious to anyone with a map, but sometimes experience is the best teacher. The experience of getting from Texas to Singapore […]

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Why are smart contracts important?

Why are smart contracts important? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by IBM Blockchain, providing blockchain solutions, services and expertise, on Quora: Udit Sharma, Business Account Executive, US Public Sector: Why are smart contracts important? “A smart contract […]

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Network of networks: Enabling the blockchain economy

By now, most of you have heard about blockchain and its impact on business networks. As we speak, we see that it is disrupting industries and enhancing the way businesses work together. For example, a blockchain food trust solution is directly connecting participants through a permissioned, permanent and shared record of food origin details, processing […]

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Building the future of financial services with IBM Blockchain at Sibos

The rise of digital technologies is leading to change in many industries, and financial services is not exempt from disruption. Sibos, a financial services event that will be held next week in Toronto from October 16 – 19, presents an opportunity for savvy financial leaders to network, discuss business strategy and collectively shape the future […]

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