Consensys

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A lot has changed in five years, but a recent survey from consulting firm Amárach found that 75 per cent of the general public wouldn’t want to work in the blockchain sector – primarily because they don’t know what it is

In 2014, a school student wouldn’t have considered a career in the blockchain sector. And not just because they wouldn’t have known what it was, but a(...)

Well-known companies including AB InBev, Accenture, BBVA, Barclays, IBM, Deutsche Telecom, SAP, Repsol and Telefonica, are among the signatories pledging to support blockchain technology

More than 100 organisations have come together to promote a global framework for the development of blockchain in a move seen as a turning point in ga(...)

Lory Kehoe of ConsenSys in the company’s offices at Shelbourne Plaza in Dublin

Tech firm ConsenSys has leased 539sq m (5,800sq ft) of space at Shelbourne Plaza in Dublin 4 at a rent of 538.20 per sq m (50 per sq ft). The letting,(...)

Blockchain is the technology that underpins popular cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin

Blockchain may be the next big thing technology-wise but most people in the Republic don’t know what it is and therefore haven’t considered a career i(...)

ConsenSys says blockchain technology could transform the Irish financial services sector. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Traditional banks and insurance companies are facing extinction in the next decade due to increased digitisation in the financial services sector. Ac(...)

Attendees at the “Blockchain for Finance” conference in Dublin

The Republic’s attempt to build its credentials as a key player in blockchain has received a boost with news that an international body working to dev(...)

Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin, at MoneyConf, in the RDS Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

“The internet is awesome, but it is broken,” or so claims the co-founder of the popular cryptocurrency ethereum, Joe Lubin. Speaking at MoneyConf, t(...)

An initiative called Blockchain Ireland is to promote innovation and co-operation across companies working with blockchain technology.

IDA Ireland is looking to position the State as a leading centre for blockchain, the much-hyped technology that is expected to have a huge impact on (...)

ConsenSys chief executive Joe Lubin attends a a press conference to launch the EU blockchain observatory and forum at the European Commission in Brussels earlier this year

ConsenSys, a Brooklyn-based start-up established by the co-founder of cryptocurrency ethereum which was recently selected by the European Commission t(...)