Thomson Reuters is one of the latest entries into the world of blockchain technology. After joining the R3 consortium not too long ago, the company is focusing their attention on the Ethereum blockchain. A dedicated HackETHon will be organized from September 9-11, at Canary Wharf in London. This is an exciting opportunity for developers to get to know the company, and perhaps even land a job.
Exploring The Ethereum Blockchain And Smart Contracts
Blockchain technology is a growing source of innovation, particularly in the financial sector. Thomson Reuters acknowledges the scope of possibilities goes well beyond finance, though, as they are also exploring opportunities in the legal and science departments. Ethereum’s blockchain offers a lot of exciting possibilities in this regard.
To be more precise, Thomson Reuters want to explore the world of smart contracts further. While the company has in-house developers working with this technology as well, a fresh set of eyes can bring new perspectives. Moreover, this HackETHon is an excellent way to establish new proof-of-concept ideas that may turn into full-fledged solutions one day.