• Discontinuation of TradeLens: The End of a Blockchain-Enabled Global Trade Platform by Maersk and IBM

    Maersk and IBM announced the discontinuation of TradeLens, a blockchain-enabled global trade platform, after several years of operation. The reason for discontinuing TradeLens is not publicly known, but it is likely due to a combination of factors, including lack of adoption and technical challenges.

  • Building a Secure and Decentralized Blockchain API: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Building a blockchain API can be a complex process, but it can also be a rewarding one as it allows you to create a secure and decentralized application that leverages the benefits of blockchain technology. Here are the steps you can follow to build a blockchain API:

  • Exploring the Potential of Blockchain Technology: A Comprehensive Overview

    Blockchain technology has been one of the hottest topics in recent years, and for good reason. This innovative technology is quickly changing the way businesses, governments, and even individuals manage and transfer information and assets. With its decentralized and secure nature, it has the potential to revolutionize the way we conduct transactions and interact with one another.

  • Blockchain for Energy Launches Decentralized Platform for Building and Accessing Smart Contract Solutions

    Blockchain for Energy (B4E), an energy industry consortium, has launched its own network and platform, allowing member companies to access and build smart contract solutions. The platform offers a secure and collaborative space for members to access templates, proven solutions and develop their own applications using Web3 technology. The platform is powered by Web3 infrastructure provider Kaleido and utilizes Hyperledger FireFly. The first production-grade solution released on the platform is a Chemical Delivery solution from the B4E Commodity Transport Program. Current members of B4E include API, Chesapeake Energy, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Devon Energy, ExxonMobil, Katalyst Data Management, Pioneer Natural Resources, Repsol, and Schlumberger.

  • Is blockchain a transversal technology?

    Yes, blockchain is considered a transversal technology. Blockchain is a decentralized, secure, and transparent digital ledger that can be used to store and track information in a variety of applications, such as financial transactions, supply chain management, and identity management. Its versatility and ability to be applied in multiple industries, including finance, healthcare, and government, make it a transversal technology.