Tag Archive: blockchain integration

  • Microsoft Bitcoin, Bitcoin Technology, Blockchain Technology, Companies, News, News teaser

    Microsoft Office Can Now Verify Docs on the Bitcoin Blockchain

    Microsoft is continuing its Blockchain journey by integrating Stampery into Microsoft Office Outlook with cross-compatibility. Office Applications Verify Docs On Bitcoin, Ethereum Stampery, which provides verification of documents against both the Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains, will be accessible for verifying emails without users leaving Outlook itself. “Stampery provides this functionality today by creating hashes of documents submitted through the web and storing them on the Ethereum and Bitcoin public blockchains. To enable this capability, Stampery provides

    · April 12, 2017 · 10:00 am
  • KPMG Blockchain Technology, FinTech

    ‘Big Four’ Auditor, KPMG, Launches Blockchain Services

    On September 14th, 2016, professional services firm, KPMG, announced a suite of services built around distributed ledgers and how companies can implement them into their business models. Also read: Vanbex Group Selected as Top Up-and-Coming Tech Company in Canada KPMG and Microsoft Partner Up to Create Blockchain Solutions As part of this effort, KPMG will collaborate with Microsoft in a partnership they say will combine the best aspects of both firms to offer the best experience

    · September 15, 2016 · 10:25 am
  • Blockchain Technology, FinTech, News, News teaser, Press releases

    How to Implement the Blockchain in Financial Institutions

    In today’s world of advancing technology and innovation, the creation of bitcoin sparked in interest in the use of digital currencies in global financial institutions, and set the foundation for the development of blockchain. The use of this digital ledger to revolutionise tradition banking structures by providing a record of transaction between parties is expected to reduce banking risks and speed up the efficiency of transaction processes. Now is the time for banks to think about the benefits

    · April 5, 2016 · 6:00 pm