7 of the World’s Largest Blockchain-as-a-Service Enterprises

You’ve heard of Software as a Service (Saas), the means by which businesses subscribe to and access cloud-based software. Blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) is its distributed...

Microsoft, EY, AMD: Big Names Join DeFi Leaders on New Ethereum Tool for Enterprises

A major joining of the minds is occurring around a new, public domain solution that could normalize a wide range of business activities on...

Microsoft, Intel Back Ethereum-Based Token to Reward Consortium Efforts

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has created a token to incentivize firms to participate in consortiums. The system is backed by Microsoft and Intel.

Enterprise News: Microsoft Joins Hyperledger & IBM Reveals Next-Gen Blockchain

Beyond Facebook formally unveiling the Libra cryptocurrency, Tuesday also saw major enterprises like Microsoft and IBM make their own high-profile blockchain moves. To start, the...

Microsoft Azure Integrates Support for Truffle Ethereum Tools

Microsoft’s embrace of the Ethereum ecosystem continues to steadily grow. On Friday, the tech giant revealed it was integrating development tools from blockchain development startup...

Microsoft Continues Foray Into Bitcoin, Adds Unicode BTC Into Excel

Crypto adoption comes in all shapes and sizes. On Monday, it came in the form of a Redditor, going by “Thepowerx”, revealing that the...

Crypto is Here to Stay? Microsoft Adds Bitcoin Symbol to its Excel Program

The Bitcoin symbol appears to have been added to Microsoft Excel. Users of the spreadsheet creation software will soon be able to include the...

Codename ‘TRUEngine’: GE Aviation, Microsoft Reveal Aircraft Parts Blockchain

Millions of dollars worth of airplane parts are unusable. GE Aviation's new blockchain tech aims to fix that.

Microsoft & JPMorgan Team Up: Quorum Blockchain Available on Azure

This week, tech giant Microsoft and banking heavyweight JP Morgan announced a strategic partnership that will revolve around the duo boosting enterprise adoption of...

Hackers Used Microsoft Email Addresses to Steal Users’ Crypto Funds

Crypto hackers have turned their attention to Outlook, MSN and Hotmail—three email services owned by tech giant Microsoft. According to a report published on tech...

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