Lockchain.ai launches as the ‘first AI-powered blockchain risk management platform’

Lockchain.ai has launches, desribed as the market’s first AI-powered risk management platform for blockchain.

The Blockchain Risk Management Platform (BRMP) – said to be a new category in the market – sets the standards for mature risk management in digital assets and gives traders, investors and fund managers much-needed solutions for securing the blockchain ecosystem and reducing black swan events.

A spokesperson for the company said it had been founded in order...

Jeroen van Megchelen, Ledger Leopard: Why companies should embrace blockchain and web3 technology

What have been the latest developments at Ledger Leopard?

We've introduced an AI trust tool called 'rel-ai'. This tool is designed to provide trust to AI models by ensuring the transparency and authenticity of their outputs. Ledger Leopard accomplishes this by offering users a web3 wallet, which they can use to sign both the input provided to the AI model and the resulting output.

The process involves users signing the input and output, and then hashing and writing the...

InvoiceMate partners with the DFINITY Foundation

The DFINITY Foundation, a not-for-profit research and development organisation based in Switzerland and a major contributor to the Internet Computer blockchain (ICP), has partnered with InvoiceMate, a a blockchain & AI-powered invoicing platform.

InvoiceMate.tech will migrate from Hyperledger Fabric to the Internet Computer. The DFINITY Foundation will support InvoiceMate in this transition as it becomes an important part of the ICP ecosystem.

InvoiceMate is a...

US Congressman: Blockchain is ‘the authenticator’ in the AI era

In an address at the Permissionless II conference, US Congressman Tom Emmer urged the blockchain industry to shift its focus towards innovation—asserting that the technology is key to authenticating content in the AI era.

Emmer's remarks come in the wake of recent legal victories for Ripple and Grayscale, with the prospect of an upcoming Supreme Court ruling that could reshape the regulatory landscape.

During a panel discussion, Congressman Emmer began by acknowledging...

Sam Bankman-Fried deepfake aims to scam FTX collapse victims

A deepfake of former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried aims to scam victims of the exchange’s collapse.

FTX was the third-largest cryptocurrency exchange and Bankman-Fried was seen as the face of crypto in Washington. The exchange enjoyed many celebrity endorsements and secured a 19-year, $135 million sponsorship agreement with Miami-Dade county that included the local stadium being renamed the FTX Arena.

All of that success went up in smoke when concerns around the...

Ojamu raises £1.25m for its blockchain-based marketing platform

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Ojamu, a marketing technology (MarTech) platform, has raised £1.25 million in an oversubscribed private sale.

The company leverages blockchain, AI, and NFTs to create automated digital marketing campaigns for brands.

The platform itself is designed to be interoperable across leading blockchain networks such as Ethereum, Solana, and Avalanche.

Among the many venture firms involved in the sale were Ascensive Assets, Master Ventures, Moonrock Capital, Morningstar...

British firm contracted to develop blockchain capabilities for EU

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The EU has chosen London-based startup iov42 to help design and develop European blockchain solutions.

iov42 utlises AI and blockchain to accelerate financial and non-financial transactions. The company staved off competition from more established firms, such as Deloitte, EY and Vodafone, in order to win one of seven contracts handed out by the European Commision, the EU’s is the EU's politically independent executive arm. Collectively, the deals are worth €6.2m...

Daimler explores decentralised data offering in Ocean Protocol collaboration

Daimler, the automotive manufacturer behind the Mercedes-Benz brand among others, is working with Singapore-based Ocean Protocol on a pilot project for 'decentralised data orchestration.'

The project, claimed as a success by both parties, is focused around Ocean Protocol's 'compute-to-data' solution, which aims to enable companies to share, buy, and sell data while maintaining privacy.

Ocean Protocol's wider vision is to coalign blockchain and artificial intelligence...