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Baseline Co-Founder Says Crypto Is ‘Pre-CompuServe’ an Still in Its Early Days

ConsenSys developer and Baseline Protocol co-founder, John Wolpert, has predicted that we may still be decades away from seeing wholesale mainstream adoption of crypto assets and distributed ledger technologies.“My personal point of view is that these things tend to run in 20-year cycles,” Wolpert told Cryptox.“Everybody who's running companies today

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Baseline Integrates Microsoft and Google Spreadsheets Using Ethereum Mainnet

The Baseline Protocol has launched integrations for Google Sheets and Microsoft Dynamics 365.The new function allows for the maintenance of verifiably consistent records using a spreadsheet in conjunction with an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.Baseline published a proof-of-concept on June 7 demonstrating the "baselining" of spreadsheet data to verify that

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Baseline Demo Showcases Secure Enterprise Collaboration on Ethereum

The Baseline Protocol has successfully executed a proof-of-concept in which multiple companies privately and securely synchronized data and managed purchase orders on top of the Ethereum (ETH) mainnet.The concept demonstrates how enterprises can use the protocol to securely collaborate in executing business processes over Ethereum without exposing valuable proprietary data.Baseline

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Baseline Developers Propose DTL-Based Coronavirus Contact Tracing

Developers working on Baseline, an enterprise smart contract and tokenization platform developed by Microsoft, Ernst & Young, and ConsenSys, are working to solve several flaws identified with Apple and Google’s proposal for coronavirus tracking initiatives.Google and Apple propose a contact tracing solution that would add cross-platform APIs that allow health

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Coronavirus Could Cost the Global Economy Trillions on a SARS Baseline

Using estimates of the economic damage caused by SARS and current rates of coronavirus infection, COVID-19 could cost trillions. Official figures show coronavirus is about 33% as deadly as the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic. So far it’s infected 6,800% more people. Chinese authorities downplayed the epidemic’s impact on the economy

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