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Energy Web Foundation Launches World’s First Public, Open-source, Enterprise-grade Blockchain Tailored to the Energy Sector

Why This Matters for Energy | Why This Matters for Blockchain   WHY THIS MATTERS FOR ENERGY Zug, Switzerland, 19 June 2019 – The Energy…

Energy Blockchain: Tunneling Through—and Breaking—the Hype Cycle

Since 1995, research and advisory firm Gartner’s annually updated Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies has been a staple of market commentary about the adoption of…

THE ENERGY BLOCKCHAIN MEETUP ROUNDUP: Growing the energy blockchain community

The Energy Web Foundation regularly hosts energy blockchain meetups in and around our development hub in Berlin, often in cooperation with our incredible network of…

The Energy Sector Needs to Stop Seeing Blockchain as a Disruption

Across both sides of the blockchain aisle—both industries contemplating the technology’s implications and evangelists advocating its adoption—people often describe blockchain as the next big disruptor.…

How to Manage Transaction Costs on Public Blockchains

Lessons from Ethereum and the Energy Web Chain “How much does a transaction cost?” It’s a seemingly simple blockchain question, and one we’re frequently asked…

Energy Web Foundation Surpasses 100 Affiliates En Route to Becoming Largest Energy Blockchain Ecosystem

Milestone includes welcoming EnBW, Total, and State Grid EV Service Co. as the Energy Web Chain approaches genesis block   Zug, Switzerland, 12 March 2019…

What to Expect from Energy Blockchain in 2019

In the fast-moving and fast-evolving world of blockchain technology, every year feels like a watershed year. We expect that 2019 will be no different. In…

Coming Out of Davos, A Role for Blockchain in the Global Energy Transition

Late last month, many of the world’s political, business, and civic leaders—some 3,000 of them in all—once again gathered in Davos amidst Switzerland’s mountains for…

Energy Web Foundation Announces ING’s Walter Kok as Chief Operating Officer

Blockchain nonprofit further builds executive team with top global talent ahead of 2019 Energy Web Chain launch   Zug, Switzerland, 23 January 2019 — Energy…

The First Blockchain Hackathon Specific to the Energy Sector Was a Huge Success in Switzerland

During the first two weeks of this month, representatives from nearly 200 countries met in Katowice, Poland, for this year’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP24).…
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