In the first week of November, PikcioChain published the latest instalment of its monthly update series. The most recent report covers everything the team has been working on during October.

To begin, the platform has undergone a rebranding process. The new Pikcio website is now live and features numerous changes to its visual identity, including an updated logo. Readers can view the new website here.

October was also a month for interviews and continued exposure for the ecosystem. Pikcio AG’s CEO Didier Collin de Casaubon, was interviewed by Shibuya-based innovcation platform Plug & Play Japan, after graduating from its 3-month startup program Batch 1. The interview focused on Pikcio’s presence in the Japanese market and how blockchain technology is being used within the Pikcio ecosystem. The interview can be read in its entirety here.

Also in Japan, Pikcio joined the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Accelerator Program and will be part of the “Global Financial City: Tokyo” initiative. The program will provide Pikcio the opportunity to speak about the opportunities that blockchain technology can provide to various companies and governments.

Pikcio was also named as one of the top 50 crypto valley companies in Switzerland in a blog post by Fintech Switzerland, and was shortlisted for the Banking Technology Awards of 2018.

Earlier in the month of October, the team released their SDK for developers and signed a collaboration agreement with CRNS (Center for Scientific Research) in France.

A compilation of other updates and articles were provided by the team that can be read here in the original announcement.