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    As Blockchains Grow Bigger, Full Node Counts Increase

    Back in 2016, the number of full nodes within the Bitcoin core network was dropping. At the time, Bitcoin enthusiasts thought the amount of nodes would continue to decline and the metric was used heavily in the scaling debate. However, in contrast to many people’s predictions, the count of full node BTC implementations has been […]

    Vermont City Pilots Land Registry Record With Blockchain Startup

    The city of South Burlington, Vermont, is trialing a land registration system which uses blockchain as part of a system for recording ownership. The City Clerk’s Office announced Monday that it was partnering with blockchain startup Propy to store land record management data, according to a press release. The pilot’s aim is to develop a more […]

    2018’s Challenge: Promote Responsible Blockchain Innovation

    Innovation in financial services is critical to meeting the nation’s changing consumer and business needs, and the OCC’s Office of Innovation is working to promote responsible innovation in the federal banking system. Operational since January 2017, the Office of Innovation is responsible for improving the agency’s ability to identify, understand and respond to financial innovation […]

    Public Blockchains’ Lure Will Become Irresistible for Enterprises in 2018

    Say what you will about Cryptokitties, but the app does something today that nearly all enterprise blockchains still cannot: exchange one item of value, a cryptokitty, for another item of value, ether. That item of value may be silly (a digital kitten), but to those who care about them, it’s really enough. More importantly, the […]