A group of European banks announced they have completed first live blockchain-based financial trades across borders via their jointly developed we.trade blockchain platform.
According to an announcement on Tuesday, the real-life trades were executed over the past five days among 10 companies and were facilitated by four banks using the blockchain technology.
HSBC, one of the nine institutions that set up the platform as a joint venture, claimed that three of its clients managed to complete open account transactions last week via we.trade within Europe.
Built on IBM’s Blockchain Platform and its Hyperledger Fabric technology, we.trade was established by Deutsche Bank, HSBC, KBC, Natixis, Nordea, Rabobank, Santander, Société Générale and UniCredit, in a bid to boost the efficiency of cross-border financial transactions.
Children who have autism often find it challenging to ascertain the emotional state of people surrounding them. For example, they have trouble differentiating between a scared and a happy face.
In order to resolve this concerning issue, some therapists have begun employing children-friendly robots who demonstrate these emotions and help them imitate these feelings so that they are then able to respond to them appropriately.
Most companies have been preoccupied for the greater part of the last year preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which went into effect on May 25, 2018. Millions of dollars have been spent on GDPR-related technologies, legal budgets have increased drastically, and some companies even seriously considered doing away with customer data altogether in order to avoid added cybersecurity complexities.
Codefresh completed an $8M series B funding round led by M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, with participation by Viola Ventures, Hillsven and CEIF. Early investors include UpWest Labs and Streamlined Ventures, bringing the total investment in Codefresh to $15.1M.
Kubernetes adoption is skyrocketing, with many enterprises working on adopting Kubernetes but struggling with the last mile because existing CI/CD tools are not designed for Kubernetes.
As we know that without transactions there won’t be a use of any real-time application. The transaction could be anything like fund transfer, email sending, placing the order, bill payment etc. In a simpler words transaction is a unit of work which will be performed in any business application which persists data in the certain state, but each unit of work should be entirely committed or rolled back to ensure data integrity.
As a part of this Blog, I will talk about different ways of managing transactions in a distributed Microservice architecture.
Ethereum is popular platform for the cryptocurrency. In order to ensure that your contract will run perfectly on the main network, it is important to test them on ethereum node by setting up an appropriate private node.
As part of my previous article, you learned how to setup ethereum development environment on macOS. Continuation to that, in this article you will learn how to setup private ethereum node on macOS.
Caching is one of the standard and proven technique to improve the turnaround time for a given service or application. In traditional application development, we have different patterns to follow to build, manage and serve response from cache. In the context of Microservices, some of those patterns are not so relevant and demands us to be more creative. This blog talks about different caching types and their pros & cons and recommended caching type for Microservices environment.
We won’t spell it out here (though you can read it here), but the full name for the protein nicknamed titin would take three and a half hours to say out loud.
We thank all the attendees for joining us on the Meetup and making it successful – Introduction to Blockchain on 16th June 2018 at WalkingTree Technologies.