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PwC Partner: Central Banks Should Leave Cryptocurrency to Corporations

The contention between the industry of cryptocurrency and banking institutions may have been furthered by an unlikely third party, with an even more unsuspecting alternative proposed as a substitute. According to Pauline Adam Kalfon, a financial partner at PwC France, Central Banks should leave cryptocurrencies…

UPS Partnership Bringing Blockchain-Powered E-Commerce to B2B Merchants

American multinational package delivery and supply chain management giant United Parcel Service (UPS) is teaming up with e-commerce technology company Inxeption to create Inxeption Zippy, a blockchain-based e-commerce platform that helps B2B merchants set up, sell, and ship products online.  The Inxeption-powered platform affords manufacturers,…

Central Banks Should Leave Crypto to Facebook and JPMorgan: PwC Partner

PwC France’s Pauline Adam Kalfon says central banks should stay away from crypto until it is “battle-tested” by corporations. Central banks should leave issuance of digital currencies to corporations such as Facebook and JPMorgan, according to a blockchain and financial partner at PwC France, Forbes…

Bayer’s Agricultural Division Partners With ConsenSys-Backed Startup BlockApps

Bayer CropScience, an agricultural arm of Bayer pharma giant giant, has worked with ConsenSys-backed startup BlockApps since 2018. The agricultural division of pharmaceutical and life science giant Bayer AG, Bayer CropScience, is collaborating with ConsenSys-backed Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) startup BlockApps. BlockApps revealed the news to Cointelegraph…

Blockchain Art Registry Acquires Database With Info From 4K Auction Houses

The new deal will put a database that includes sales info from 4,000 art auction houses worldwide on blockchain. The blockchain-based art registry startup Artory has acquired auction house database Auction Club, according to a tweet from Artory on March 21. Auction Club is a…

Inexption and UPS join up to deliver end-to-end blockchain solution

Many big-name entities have looked to incorporate blockchain technology over the past year. UPS, another sizeable player, now entered the ring. Furthering B2B According to a press release from UPS, the transportation giant will work with blockchain solution provider Inxeption in the business-to-business (B2B) space.…