News 2017-07-26T15:32:47+00:00

Analysis: Ethereum Heads to The Enterprise

EEA board member BlockApps (a spinoff from ConsenSys) recently announced that a partnership to run its STRATO Ethereum application development platform on Red Hat’s OpenShift deployment offering, which leverages Docker and Kubernetes container technology, is now production ready, allowing enterprises to easily deploy applications across private and public cloud infrastructures.

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The BlockApps STRATO software platform allows both flexibility, security, performance and portability due to our Haskell based implementation of Ethereum’s protocol. Businesses are able to develop their blockchain applications with us in days rather than months, allowing for more rapid iterations of the product and better feedback.

BlockApps Collaborates with Red Hat to Deliver Hybrid Cloud Solution for Blockchain Applications in the Enterprise

BlockApps, the first Blockchain-as-a-Service platform and a leading provider of Ethereum blockchain enterprise software, is collaborating with Red Hat to make it easier for enterprises to build production blockchain applications that can be deployed in production across hybrid cloud environments — spanning both public and private clouds.

World’s Largest Mining Company to Use Blockchain for Supply Chain

BHP Billiton revealed at the second annual Global Blockchain Summit that it will use blockchain to record movements of wellbore rock and fluid samples and better secure the real-time data that is generated during delivery.

BlockApps brings power of blockchain as a service to China

BlockApps, a startup focused on bringing the Etherium blockchain to enterprise companies, has announced the introduction of blockchain as a Service in China during the International Blockchain Week 2016 in Shanghai.

Insurance Giant John Hancock Begins Blockchain Tech Tests

Life insurance and financial services giant John Hancock has begun work on multiple blockchain proofs-of-concept designed to show how distributed ledger technology could reinvent established insurance industry processes.