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USAA and Microsoft Join Chamber of Digital Commerce

The Chamber of Digital Commerce (CDC), a blockchain advocacy group, announced today that four new companies have joined its ranks; software giant Microsoft; USAA, a financial services company catering to US military servicemen; smart contract blockchain developer Symbiont; blockchain service provider Bloq. Each company will be donating $50,000 to the CDC. This fee gives each company a seat on CDC’s Executive Committee. In April, the CDC launched the Global Blockchain …
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Delaware Confirms Interest in Blockchain Technology For Business Registration

It appears as if the state of Vermont is not the only one keeping a close eye on the blockchain these days. Delaware wants to wield this technology to reduce the paperwork costs and time associated with registering new businesses in the region. Delaware Wants A Piece of Blockchain Technology With all of the focus on the blockchain these days, exciting things are bound to happen at some point. There …
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Symbiont to Bring Blockchain Smart Contracts to the State of Delaware

The State of Delaware has partnered with blockchain smart contract firm Symbiont, to launch a new initiative designed to encourage the usage of distributed ledgers by Delaware-based businesses and firms. The new initiative was announced by Governor Jack Markell, who said that Delaware is home to the some of the biggest and most innovative companies in the United States, and that the state is proud to establish an infrastructure that …
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Cybersecurity Firm Gemalto Partners with Symbiont on Blockchain Smart Contracts

Gemalto, a global leader in cybersecurity, has partnered with Symbiont to bring blockchain functionality and secure smart contract execution to large financial institutions. Symbiont’s “smart securities” technology – which allows financial instruments to be encoded on the blockchain – will be paired with Gemalto’s SafeNet Hardware Security Modules (HSMs). The HMSs act as guards against malicious entities in order to prevent theft and fraud. Gemalto’s security modules achieve this by …
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