• How IBM used to store data before blockchain technology (via Pixabay).
    Technology

    IBM launches blockchain coalition with Anheuser-Busch, Cisco, and GlaxoSmithKline

    The Trust Your Supplier network uses IBM Blockchain to track documents and invoices for a wide range of industries

    IBM is teaming up with blockchain builder Chainyard on a new supply chain management platform that has attracted participants from a half dozen industries. While many major coalition blockchain projects are industry specific—like Big Blue’s TradeLens Consortium for shipping and its Food Trust alliance for produce—the Trust Your Supplier network is focused on documenting and verifying supplier information of all types.

  • Anthony "Pomp" Pompliano on Bloomberg Television. Let's see if that ever happens again.
    Bitcoin,  Litecoin,  Media,  Opinion

    Halving halfwits: Anthony Pompliano’s feud with Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal over who’s the greater fool

    What seemed like a Twitter fight over the Efficient Market Hypothesis is really about something else

    Have you heard of “The Halving?” Many—if not most—retail traders and investors may not have heard of it. Those that have probably don’t care all that much about it. For that reason, all those HODLers who take up a lot of space on Reddit and Twitter give themselves a pat on the back.

  • Roger Ver (via RogerVer.com).
    Alt coins,  Bitcoin,  Cryptocurrencies,  Libra

    EXCLUSIVE: Roger Ver-backed Evercoin announces $1 million pre-seed round

    Bitcoin pioneer applies for Libra membership | Modern Consensus Interview

    Roger Ver gave me three big announcements as an exclusive to Modern Consensus. First, he is breaking news with us about his investment in the mobile crypto wallet and non-custodial exchange Evercoin. Second, he told me he just submitted Bitcoin.com’s application to join the Facebook-led Libra Association. And third, he shared details about the addition of Stefan Rust as Bitcoin.com’s CEO.

  • Daniel Gorfine, chief innovation officer of the Commodities Futures Exchange Commission and director of LabCFTC (photo by Lawrence Lewitinn for Modern Consensus).
    United States

    Blockchain champion Daniel Gorfine to leave CFTC

    Creator of LabCFTC to go back to the private sector

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is losing one of its top blockchain-friendly officials to the private sector. Daniel Gorfine, the agency's first chief innovation office and the director in charge of LabCFTC, is quitting the agency in two weeks to go back to the private sector. There is no word yet where he is going.