Enterprise blockchain isn’t dead, but survival has meant more collaboration and some smart pivots. A dispatch from this week’s Consensus: Distributed.
Mastercard, IBM and the provincial government of British Columbia are among the founding members of the Trust over IP (ToIP) Foundation.
Mastercard, the innovation arms of Ripple and Binance and eight other firms joined a group supporting blockchain education in universities worldwide.
The credit-card giant pulled out of the Libra Association in October. Now its chief has opened up on why.
A food tracking platform utilizing Mastercard’s blockchain technology is to be piloted by U.S. food co-operative giant Topco at its member grocers.
Visa, Mastercard, eBay, Stripe and PayPal have all withdrawn from the Libra Association now.
Senators Brian Schatz and Sherrod Brown have called on Visa, Stripe, and MasterCard to reconsider their membership of the Libra Association.
The card giant is to develop a blockchain-powered cross-border payments platform in partnership with enterprise-focused blockchain firm R3.
Mastercard has joined the Marco Polo trade finance consortium founded by blockchain startup R3 and fintech firm TradeIX.
Mastercard is to demo a new blockchain-based product tracking solution during an upcoming showcase of women fashion designers.
Payments giant Mastercard is seeking to hire several blockchain execs to lead cryptocurrency and digital wallet projects.
Philosophical disagreements with crypto experts have slowed the development of Facebook’s GlobalCoin, sources say.
Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and Uber are all backing Facebook’s new cryptocurrency, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Accenture has announced a prototype blockchain-based supply chain app designed to reward business practices that conserve natural resources.
Payments giant Mastercard claims to have developed a new way of keeping cryptocurrency transactions private using intermediary addresses.
A new Mastercard patent outlines how a permissioned blockchain can store multiple types of transaction info, including with different currencies.
A group of Mastercard patent applications outline how blockchain technology can be used to securely record transaction information.
Mastercard suffered an outage last week that led to a hold-up for some transactions – and crypto supporters on social media quickly pounced.
Mastercard is looking to improve crypto by designing a payments system that will link accounts holding both fiat currency and cryptocurrencies.
A patent filing from Mastercard explores how to use public blockchains to securely verify card credentials at the point of sale.