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- From Forbes Blockchain 50 (Apr 16, 2019):
"Like IBM, Intel is one of the bigger corporate forces pushing blockchain into the enterprise market. Its open-source Hyperledger Sawtooth platform lets companies build their own blockchains. Users include Cargill, T-Mobile and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Still, IBM is way ahead. Full profile"
- Proof-of-Elapsed Time (PoeT)
Is being used in the project Hyperledger Sawtooth which is a modular blockchain suite developed by Intel, which uses this new consensus algorithm called Proof of Elapsed Time (PoeT). PoET uses new secure CPU instruction, which is more and more available in new processors like Intel builds.
- Partnered with iExec and Nucleus Vision
- One of the sponsors (3-10-2019) of Hyperledger Avalon. (iExec is one of the main participants in this project)
- Has said it will use/build on Ethereum, Corda, Hyperledger Fabric and Hyperledger Sawtooth
- Key leader: Michael Reed, director, blockchain program
- Thomas Willis; Business Director