Swiss software pioneer Netcetera came to Berlin.
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Germany is one of the most important players on the burgeoning international blockchain scene.
Silicon Valley FinTech legend Maex Ament chose Berlin as the base for his first blockchain company, Centrifuge. He tells Markets Germany why he is thrilled by the dynamic scene in the German startup capital.
Energy consultant Strüker believes big energy companies can build scalable, new business models on an open blockchain.
Hansebloc is the brainchild of a handful of logistics and IT companies based in Hamburg. They started out on a mission to see how blockchain technology could improve efficiency in logistics and are now looking for foreign collaborators.
Having up-to-date, high-resolution, high-precision and 3D geodata is crucial in a lot of industries.
Ping An invested EUR 40 million in the Berlin-based company finleap.
Fraud costs e-commerce retailers billions each year, as do the rules-based fraud-detection systems they use to identify and block potential fraud.
The German healthcare system is one step closer to the introduction of electronic patient files – and the myriad benefits they will offer.
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