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Bosch Announce Trial To Use Ethereum, One Step Closer Towards Mainstream Adoption?

The News Articles Thursday, 23 May 2019
German automobile parts corporate Bosch have disclosed they’re working trials the use of the Ethereum community. Even if a spokesperson declined to remark additional, their imaginative and prescient for the automobile trade comprises self-driving generation and IoT connectivity. Nevertheless, as Bosch have already got current relationships with IOTA and Hyperledger, it’ll be attention-grabbing to look …

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