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Dallas, TX – June 17th, 2020 - Hedera Hashgraph, an enterprise-grade distributed ledger platform, has joined W3C as a member organization, and has registered a DID Method to the W3C Credentials Community Group’s Decentralized Identifier (DID) registry.
Regulations like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) specify strict rules for how businesses collect, store, and share individuals’ personal data. Hedera Consensus Service can uniquely compliantly manage this data while also providing evidence of a businesses' response to meet these growing requirements.
Zain Group [Kuwait Stock Exchange (stock ticker: ZAIN)] the leading mobile telecom innovator serving 49.5 million customers in eight markets across the Middle East and Africa today announces it is joining the highly innovative Hedera Governing Council.
Dallas, TX — June 11, 2020 — Hedera Hashgraph, an enterprise-grade public distributed ledger platform, has been recognized as a Cool Vendor in Gartner’s recent report, Cool Vendors in Blockchain Technology.
Swansea, UK — 8 June 2020 — AdsDax, a decentralized advertising platform and marketplace to create, buy, verify, and sell advertising, has achieved over 1300 cryptocurrency transactions per second on Hedera Hashgraph’s enterprise grade distributed ledger.
Hedera mirror nodes store transactions that have occurred on the Hedera network, exposing them to consumers and developers alike through user interfaces (explorers) and APIs. We’re excited to see that the Hedera ecosystem is constantly growing, with each new service providing unique offerings.
Hedera has released the latest version (v3) of its Hbar Economics Whitepaper. The purpose of this paper is to provide the Hedera community with transparency and insight into the distribution, allocation, and ecosystem of hbar.
Nodes in a hashgraph network apply a 2/3 threshold in the virtual voting procedure – as soon as more than this fraction of consistent votes (or vote stake) are counted on the fame of a particular witness, then that election is complete. So why 2/3 and not some other fraction? It turns out that requiring nodes count just over 2/3 votes is the best compromise between defending against two different types of attacks.
Attica is a Colorado State University project that aims to improve the security and transparency of elections. They use Hedera Consensus Service to log votes that are verifiable by everyone.