Chinas itenati censor drafts vaqaqacotaki no te startups i te blockchain
I te fenua Taina ’ s top-level itenati censorship tiamaraa e opua i te faaauraa i te Tagapaglaan blockchain nia i te taviniraa i roto i te fenua. Te ture o te papairaa o te piihia “The Regulation for Managing Blockchain Information Services” and the censorship organization is now looking for public feedback before it will take effect. Te mau ture, mai te mea e maʻitihia, e faaohipa te reira i roto i te pupu i niuhia i nia i te fenua Taina e hiohia te blockchain haamaramaramaraa no te ohipa nei, e e faahohoa i te hoe o te mau fenua ’ s matamua regulatory frameworks papai i te taa i te raveraa i te ohipa blockchain.
Roto i te 23 te anihia nei i roto i te papairaa o te te mau parau papai, e titauhia te hoe blockchain te taviniraa Tagapaglaan i te i te tiamaraa i roto i te 10 te mahana o te haamata i te pupu i te mau pureraa i te mau taata. Faahaere, e taviniraa Tagapaglaan e aita i faatiahia i te faaohipa i te mau ravea api no te blockchain i te “faatupu i te, ma te tapao, tabaka, e puhara” information or content that is prohibited by Chinese laws. “Service providers must store the logs and content published by users of their blockchain services for six months and provide this information to law enforcement when required,” the draft policy states.
Visa will launch a blockchain-based digital identity system with IBM in the first quarter of 2019
Following a press release issued on 21 Atopa, Visa is preparing its blockchain-based digital identity system for cross-border payments to be launched in the first quarter of 2019.
Te faanahoraa a te, pii Visa B2B tuati, e horoa mai i te ravea o te niuhia i nia i te ofai i nia nei tiaraa i te mau faanahoraa pae moni ia rave papu i te satauro-otia aufauraa. I nia te faanahoraa a te mau parau no te ohipa atata – mai te mau haamaramaramaraa i te fare moni e te mau numera i te aamu – e horoa ia ratou i te hoe identifier cryptographic taa e roa tei faaohipahia no te ohipa i nia i te paepae.
Kevin Phalen, upoo faatere rahi o te mau ravea no te ohipa Visa, te tuu nei i te haavare e tauturu ia i te faanahoraa a te:
“B2B Connect’s digital identity greatly reduces the opportunity for fraud that might otherwise exist with checks, ACH and wire transfers today, while also helping companies remain compliant as part of the regulated financial ecosystem.”
From a technical standpoint, the solution will integrate a Hyperledger Fabric framework (hosted by the Linux Foundation and developed by IBM) with Visa’s “core” resources, creating a scalable, approved network for use in the financial sector ,
Jason Kelley, general manager of IBM Blockchain Services, is quoted as saying that the system is one of “the most powerful examples of how Blockchain transforms payments.”
Fintech vendor Bottomline Technologies, which serves 1,200 financial institutions, has also partnered with Visa on the B2B Connect system, a partnership that gives “mutual financial institutions” access to the system.
As reported last month, Thailand’s fourth-largest bank, Kasikornbank, recently joined the B2B Connect cross-border payments initiative.
According to the Visa website, B2B Connect was first introduced in 2017, and the US Commerce Bank, South Korean Shinhan Bank, Union Bank of Philippines and United Overseas Bank in Singapore were among the first to make commercial pilot payments Start processing completed.
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