We help businesses in multiple industry domains to create new business models with smarter and more secure DApps built on top of blockchain technology. A decentralized app can provide a competitive pressure that changes the pricing of digital resources for a greater range of values to serve a wider market of users.
Our Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) platforms allow our business partners and technology companies build ground breaking blockchain apps for any industry they operate in be it Finance, Retail, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, etc. In short we help them drive new transformational changes in existing technology infrastructure with blockchain protocols and core APIs.
We develop custom cryptocurrency tokens to provide your business more secure and transparent process flow.There are approximately 2.2 billion individuals with access to the Internet or mobile phones who don’t currently have access to a traditional exchange, these people are primed for the Cryptocurrency market. Cryptocurrencies are digital and cannot be counterfeited or reversed arbitrarily by the sender which makes it the best option to do fraud-free transactions with a low transaction fee.
The proper execution of contracts could be verified by the network of computers connected to the blockchain. This zero-trust system can be your trump card to gain the trust of customers and to provide them with a guaranteed secure and seamless transactions. We can help you to facilitate complex business and financial processes between counterparties without a need to centralize trust with smart contracts.
At its heart, a blockchain is a record of transactions, like a traditional ledger. These transactions can be any movement of money, goods or secure data—a purchase at a supermarket, for example, or the assignment of a government ID number.
Blockchain is designed to store information in a way that makes it virtually impossible to add, remove or change data without being detected by other users.
Today, transactions are verified by a central authority—like a government or a credit card clearing house. Blockchain applications could replace these centralized systems with decentralized ones, where verification comes from the consensus of multiple users
The technology is still new, but its potential is enormous. Here are some examples of how blockchain could hypothetically transform everyday transactions. Because blockchains establish trust, they provide a simple, paperless way to establish ownership of money, information and identity—like Passport-free immigration.
The passport office registers all the details of each passport to a blockchain which is accessible online
When the passport is first issued, it’s assigned an address- a string of data which is publicly viewable on the blockchain
The owner is given a private key, which is a hash of the address data through biometric authentication.
That key can be used to “unlock’ the address.
So by producing the correct key using his fingerprint for example, the traveller can prove his identity is legitimate quickly reducing the hassle of international travel
A lot of data is gathered on a daily basis to keep track of performance of a lot of institutions and government agencies. But that data is distributed all over the place and its credibility is also arguable for the lack of transparency. Storing this data on blockchain solves these problems by making this information easily accessible to the authority while ensuring its quality at the same time.
For businesses, blockchain could be a radical departure from manual processes. And new costs and risks come with any new technology. Companies might be reluctant to make that leap.
COMPANIES BEGIN PILOTING USES OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY
GLOBAL COMPANIES START ADOPTING BLOCKCHAIN
EARLY ADOPTERS BEGIN TO BENEFIT
MAJORITY OF CORPORATIONS HAVE BLOCKCHAIN PROJECTS IN PRODUCTION
WIDESPREAD ADOPTION OF BLOCKCHAIN