A new tool can reverse engineer the code behind executable distributed code contracts that are already written to the EVM.
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July 27th 2017
The treasury, for the first time, has taken legal action against a foreign-located money services business.
A new tool, OpenLaw, will allow professionals to easily craft a wide range of legal agreements managed by executable distributed code contracts.
Security analyst group WizSec has been carrying out its own investigation surrounding the infamous MtGox hack and reports its team’s findings.
Ambrosus intends to use a scalable protocol based on Parity Technologies’ enterprise solutions to track food supply chains.
July 25th 2017
Ethereum has been previously used to create proofs of concepts for smart grids, but now EVA Energy is teaming up with an Ethereum-based blockchain company to allow customers to pay their bills in Ether.
July 21st 2017
Ahead of the bitcoin fork, Japan’s Cryptocurrency Business Association has provided a set of guidelines for members.