Protecting the open source software supply chain
Amanda Ziadeh, Government Computer News, 22 July 2016
What: The 2016 State of the Software Supply Chain report from Sonatype detailing the use of open source components in software.
Read four key discoveries in summary.
Takeaway: Government agencies and organizations can reduce the cost of fixing application components, remediating defects or coding from scratch and avoid vulnerabilities with better software supply chain management practices.
Find the full report here.
Blockchain Breakthrough: Peerplays Creates Open-Source Fee Sharing Module
Rerbecca Campbell, CoinTelegraph, 2 July 2016
After a successful first round of ICO funding, Peerplays announced today that they have innovated the Blockchain space with the creation of an open-source fee sharing module, allowing any Graphene-based Blockchain to distribute profits directly to its token holders.
“Peerplays is aiming to be the first truly Decentralized Autonomous Cooperative (DAC) and we have just added a major piece to the puzzle,” said Jonathan Baha’i, President of BunkerChain Labs and the Blockchain technology consultant for Peerplays, in a press release.