The Bitfury Group, a Blockchain technology company, has officially announced the launch of its open source enterprise-grade blockchain framework, Exonum, which will help businesses and governments bring their blockchain ideas and solutions to life.
According to Russian state-owned news agency TASS, the country will open the first competence center for blockchain research under the auspicies of Russia’s state-owned bank VEB, as well as experts from Ethereum and Exonum, which is BitFury’s platform.
JUNE 16, KYIV, UKRAINE – Representatives of the Government of Ukraine and Valery Vavilov, CEO of the leading infrastructure provider BitFury, have signed a memorandum of commitment to move the country’s land registry to blockchain.
June 8th, 2017, Ukraine’s Ministry of Justice signed a memorandum on cooperation with leading blockchain infrastructure provider BitFury.
April 13, Ukraine’s state agency for e-governance and BitFury have signed a historic memorandum of cooperation. A few days later, the country’s Ministry of Justice announced it was ready to deploy blockchain technology within SETAM, the system for escheat sales, and the ministry’s basic ledgers.
Ukraine has partnered with global technology company the Bitfury Group to put a sweeping range of government data on a blockchain platform, the firm’s chief executive officer told Reuters, in a project he described as probably the largest of its kind anywhere.
BitFury has now been in operation for five years. According to the post by Valery Vavilov, the company’s CEO, the name â€śBitfuryâ€ť was officially born on February 17th, 2012, when a group of enthusiasts that stood at its origins, was working in its R&D â€śgarageâ€ť phase.
The Republic of Georgia is soon to see first Bitcoin ATMs installed. According to Efrem Urumashvili of BitFury Group, initially here will be two BTMs, one at the Tbilisi airport, the other one in the downtown of Georgia’s capital.