Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium

  • Business Day | Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium
  • The new internet of things consortium highlights how companies could make bigger moves in blockchain this year.
  • As investment into blockchain continues to grow, skeptics have warned that the technology may be hyped and that it may take several years before companies can reap its benefits.
  • The consortium is one of several collaborative efforts by large companies aimed at advancing the development of blockchain technology.
  • NEW YORK – Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology.

Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve
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Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium

  • Companies in different sectors are looking at the technology, but some financial firms have forged ahead, recently announcing plans to deploy new blockchain systems this year.
  • The new internet of things consortium highlights how companies could make bigger moves in blockchain this year.
  • Blockchain is a tamper-proof distributed record of transactions that is maintained by a network of computers on the internet and secured through advanced cryptography.
  • Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium
  • As investment into blockchain continues to grow, skeptics have warned that the technology may be hyped and that it may take several years before companies can reap its benefits.

NEW YORK — Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology.
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Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium

  • Business Day | Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium
  • The new internet of things consortium highlights how companies could make bigger moves in blockchain this year.
  • As investment into blockchain continues to grow, skeptics have warned that the technology may be hyped and that it may take several years before companies can reap its benefits.
  • The consortium is one of several collaborative efforts by large companies aimed at advancing the development of blockchain technology.
  • NEW YORK – Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology.

Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve
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Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, others launch new blockchain consortium

  • Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, others launch new blockchain consortium
  • As investment into blockchain continues to grow, sceptics have warned that the technology may be hyped and that it may take several years before companies can reap its benefits.
  • The new internet of things consortium highlights how companies could make bigger moves in blockchain this year.
  • Companies in different sectors are looking at the technology, but some financial firms have forged ahead, recently announcing plans to deploy new blockchain systems this year.
  • Blockchain is a tamper-proof distributed record of transactions that is maintained by a network of computers on the internet and secured through advanced cryptography.

By Anna Irrera NEW YORK (Reuters) – Cisco Systems Inc , Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology
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Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium

  • Companies in different sectors are looking at the technology, but some financial firms have forged ahead, recently announcing plans to deploy new blockchain systems this year.
  • The new internet of things consortium highlights how companies could make bigger moves in blockchain this year.
  • Blockchain is a tamper-proof distributed record of transactions that is maintained by a network of computers on the internet and secured through advanced cryptography.
  • Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, Others Launch New Blockchain Consortium
  • As investment into blockchain continues to grow, skeptics have warned that the technology may be hyped and that it may take several years before companies can reap its benefits.

NEW YORK — Cisco Systems Inc, Bosch Ltd and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology.
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Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, others launch new blockchain consortium

  • Bosch, Cisco, BNY Mellon, others launch new blockchain consortium
  • As investment into blockchain continues to grow, skeptics have warned that the technology may be hyped and that it may take several years before companies can reap its benefits.
  • The new internet of things consortium highlights how companies could make bigger moves in blockchain this year.
  • Companies in different sectors are looking at the technology, but some financial firms have forged ahead, recently announcing plans to deploy new blockchain systems this year.
  • NEW YORK (Reuters) – Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O), Bosch Ltd (BOSH.NS) and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology.

Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O), Bosch Ltd (BOSH.NS) and several other companies, have set up a consortium to work on how blockchain can be used to secure and improve “internet of things” applications, as sectors beyond finance seek to benefit from bitcoin’s underlying technology. The group, which
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Bitcoin to $1 million? Why it could happen

  • Wences Casares, CEO of bitcoin start-up Xapo, told The Wall Street Journal he thinks one bitcoin will be worth between $500,000 and $1 million in one decade.
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  • At a time when bitcoin prices are falling sharply, at least one cryptocurrency advocate thinks the long-term direction is up-way up.
  • Since early March, bitcoin has lost a third of its value, most recently on the heels of a reported crackdown by the People’s Bank of China .

At a time when bitcoin prices are falling sharply, at least one cryptocurrency advocate thinks the long-term direction is up—way up.

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Yahoo ‘state’ hackers stole data from 500 million users

Yahoo state hackers stole data from 500 million users - BBC News #Blockchain

  • 2013 Blogging site Tumblr acquired by Yahoo for $1.1bn
  • 2002 Google rejects a $3bn bid from Yahoo
  • In July, Yahoo was sold to US telecoms giant Verizon for $4.8bn (£3.7bn).
  • Yahoo says “state-sponsored” hackers stole information from about 500 million users in what appears to be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history.
  • 2000 Yahoo valued at $125bn at height of dot.com boom

Yahoo says ‘state-sponsored’ hackers stole information from about 500 million users in 2014 in what appears to be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history.
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Juan Llanos Explains How DIgital Currency Will End Poverty — DailyWarren

  • DailyWarren ” Juan Llanos Explains How DIgital Currency Will End Poverty
  • Digital currencies, such as bitcoin are coming (and that’s a good thing)
  • Filed Under: Good People Tagged With: bitcoin , btc , digital currency , juan llanos , ted talks , transfer fees , transparency
  • It is a superb platform for seeing what people really think about your company, and gives you a voice to engage with them.

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@BlackBoxPhD: “RT WarrenWhitlock: The revolution in markets. #blockchain for everyone

#marketing #busine…”


Juan Llanos on the high costs involved in doing business between African nations and internationally. He explains how digital currencies (like Bitcoin) will change the world


Juan Llanos Explains How DIgital Currency Will End Poverty — DailyWarren

Bankers must learn to behave or fintech will tear them apart, warns Barclays’ ex-boss

Bankers must learn to behave or #fintech will tear them apart

 #fintech

  • “An important part of the adaptation should be cultural, and should enable the bank to retain the confidence of its customers technology changes the form of customer engagement.”
  • B ritain’s bankers have not convinced the public that they are reformed characters – and if banks do not change their ways, fintech companies will poach their customers, Barclays’ former chairman has warned.
  • When Sir David led Barclays’ board, then-chief executive Antony Jenkins ran a campaign to improve behaviour and the bank’s culture, but acknowledged it may take a decade to restore trust to the industry.
  • “There is a tendency to look back to the culture of banks and banking several decades ago through rose-tinted spectacles,” he said.
  • T hat long time lag leaves banks open to challenges from new rivals, said Sir David, arguing that “the scale of change in prospect is massive even over the relatively short-term”.

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@cgledhill: “Bankers must learn to behave or #fintech will tear them apart

#fintech”


Britain’s bankers have not yet convinced the public that they are reformed characters – and if banks do not change their ways, fintech companies will poach their customers, Barclays’ former chairman has warned.


Bankers must learn to behave or fintech will tear them apart, warns Barclays’ ex-boss