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It is reported, that Samsung has added the support of TRX to its DApp store. According to the Samsung Developers website, Samsung Blockchain Keystore SDK v1.2.0 now contain APIs that allow TRX transactions.

It is reported, that the major American retail food group purchasing organization, Topco Associates, will start testing new platform in order to trace the provenance of produce, meat and seafood. According to the report, the platform was developed by logistics company Envisible and is based on Mastercard’s blockchain-based Provenance Solution.

It is reported, that the World Economic Forum (WEF) and 7 large mining and metals companies are collaborating in order to develop blockchain platform for responsible sourcing of metals. According to the report, all together they are planning to unite their resources to experiment with design and deploy joint proofs-of-concept within an inclusive blockchain platform.

It is reported, that Galaxy Digital CEO, Michael Novogratz, has said that Galaxy Digital Asset Management is planning on launching new Bitcoin funds. According to the report, the these BTC funds will provide to people an easy access to the world’s most popular cryptocurrency.

It is reported, that blockchain company ConsenSys Space has launched satellite tracking application based on the ETH network, dubbed Trusat. According to the report, the purpose of Trusat is to sort out the problem of space debris that is unsafe for Earth’s space infrastructure. The app’s users will be able to track satellites in the night sky and record their positions, which will help to create a record.

It is reported, that the German Federal Ministry of Finance is concerned regarding rising use of privacy tokens, because of their association with criminal activities and difficulties in tracking. According to the report, the ministry’s “First Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing National Risk Assessment” for 2018-2019 provided analysis oriented at the identification of existing and future risks in the field of AML and TF in Germany.

It is reported, that has acquired Tokyo-based software company O3 Labs. According to the report, the O3 Labs’ developer team will join’s engineering team and will be working on applications to support the bitcoin cash network.

It is reported, that Samsung SDS has collaborated with software firm Pega and Tech Mahindra in order to launch new blockchain-based traceability product. According to the report, within this partnership there will be a combination of Samsung SDS’s enterprise blockchain platform Nexledger Universal and Pega’s digital process automation platform Pega Platform. As per report, the companies are going to develop improvements for supply chain systems.