• The Oracle Problem

    At the beating heart of most blockchains are smart contracts. By utilizing smart contracts on blockchain networks we can increase efficiencies and we can reduce costs across an array of businesses and government services. Smart contracts are designed to minimize counterparty risk and provide transparency throughout the process. They do however have some limitations especially […]
  • Sports clubs and Blockchain

    It really was just a matter of time before the beautiful game and blockchain became entangled. This week two struggling football clubs have announced plans to solve their financial issues through tokenized crowdfunding, according to reports by the Times. Both Newcastle United and Cardiff City (English Premiership Teams) are reportedly in discussions with SportyCo, a […]
  • Smart states and cities

    Governments across the globe are experimenting with the concept of smart cities. Smart cities make use of big data and the internet of things to manage everything from waste collection, electricity production, public transport to the policing of our cities. Currently these systems are being tested in Dubai and some cities in the US and […]
  • Reinventing Ethereum

    Ethereum is more than a currency. At the centre of it lies a super virtual computer. Its power is distributed across tens of thousands of nodes which work cooperatively to create the platform. The Ethereum Virtual Machine is responsible for the execution of the functions of multiple tokens, DApps and DAOs its blockchain is comprised […]
  • Preventum

    Preventum is the world’s first digital public health platform designed to help governments and organizations deliver effective preventative healthcare campaigns. Preventum’s first application in the US will focus on reducing opioid use and ultimately preventing chronic addiction. The Problem Drug overdose is now the leading cause of death among Americans under 50 years of age […]
  • Energy traders and banks new blockchain platforms

    Energy traders and banks new blockchain platforms Energy giant’s, energy traders and banks are uniting to revolutionise a centuries old trade-finance industry with the launch of two blockchain based trade platforms. The aim is to provide a faster, cheaper and more secure way of completing trades. This new platform will shake up the way we […]
  • UK Government Drives Blockchain Innovation for Social Good

    Despite being shaken by the crashing waves of political uncertainties, London continues to secure its ranking as the world’s number one financial centre. New York follows closely at The City’s heels, while Hong Kong and Singapore come in at 3rd and 4rth place, according to the Global Financial Centre’s Index. The UK has also seen […]
  • Turning the power of influence into money

    It’s no secret that the mainstream financial system is plagued with systemic risk: when you deposit your money with the bank, the bank can take it and use it as they please, placing the global economy at risk of a 2008 repeat. Now blockchain technology has sparked dreams of a continuation of the human story […]
  • South Korean Digital Currencies Move into Mainstream

    South Korea claimed the limelight of the cryptocurrency craze last year, provoking much of the digital currencies’ boom and bust of 2017. Bitcoin trades in South Korea neared 20% of crypto trades globally, causing the prices of Bitcoin and Ethereum to balloon to up to 50% of the global average. The country has often played […]
  • Evolving FinTech Opens All Business to Global Liquidity

    FinTech trends in big data, data science and machine learning have turned the industry on its head in the last two years, and now ICOs and security tokens – emerging as the first blockchain killerapp – have further revolutionised the space, coaxing it out of its niche corner into the light of multiple-sector markets and […]
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