The Blockchain Revolution
Bitcoin blockchain technology is distributed ledger of transactions that can record everything of value.
How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business, and the World
As early as 1981, inventors were attempting to solve the Internet’s problems of privacy, security, and inclusion with cryptography. No matter how they reengineered the process, there were always leaks because third parties were involved. Paying with credit cards over the Internet was insecure because users had to divulge too much personal data, and the transaction fees were too high for small payments. In 1998, Nick Szabo wrote a short paper entitled “The God Protocol.” Szabo mused about the creation of a be-all end-all technology protocol, one that designated God the trusted third party in the middle of all transactions. His point was powerful: Doing business on the Internet requires a leap of faith.
A decade later in 2008, the global financial industry crashed. Perhaps propitiously, the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto–who may or may not be an Australian entrepreneur named Craig Wright–outlined a new protocol for a peer-to-peer electronic cash system using a cryptocurrency, or digital currency, called Bitcoin. Cryptocurrencies are different from traditional fiat currencies because they are not created or controlled by countries. This protocol established a set of rules—in the form of distributed computations—that ensured the integrity of the data exchanged among these billions of devices without going through a trusted third party. This seemingly subtle act set off a spark that has excited, terrified, or otherwise captured the imagination of the computing world and has spread like wildfire everywhere.
“They’re like, ‘Oh my god, this is it. This is the big breakthrough,’” said Marc Andreessen, the co-creator of the first commercial Web browser, Netscape, and a big investor in technology ventures. "This is the distributed trust network that the Internet always needed and never had.”
Today thoughtful people everywhere are trying to understand the implications of a protocol that enables mere mortals to manufacture trust through clever code. This has never happened before—trusted transactions directly between two or more parties, authenticated by mass collaboration and powered by collective self-interests, rather than by large corporations motivated by profit.
It may not be the Almighty, but a trustworthy global platform for our transactions is something very big. We’re calling it the Trust Protocol.
Blockchain Services include:
Smart Contracts Development
Implement smart contracts to automate enforcement in RootStock and Ethereum. We can write your smart contract's code securely.
Smart Contracts Audit
Security flaws, misbehavior and inefficiency are very expensive when you deploy a Smart Contract to the Blockchain. We help companies to make the best Smart Contract code.
Develop safe and reliable cryptocurrency exchanges.
Implement cryptography-based technologies to store immutable data. We can help you choosing which of your processes are suitable for this technology.
Develop Financial, Health Care, Retail, Manufacturing, etc. private blockchains on Hyperledger.
Private Blockchain Development
Implement a private blockchain in your institution or corporation.
Loan Data Sharing
Use the blockchain to share credit information between different banks to avoid multiple loan requests using the same documentation.
Supply Chain Blockchain
Implement a complete supply chain on a blockchain to track the whole process in a single place. Collaborative Commerce enables trade partners interact in a frictionfree manner, gaining deep visibility into their supply chain so they can make smart forecasting decisions.
Protect traditional wallets and multi-signature wallets to guarantee security.
Allow individuals and organizations to receive worldwide contributions to or investments in their projects.
Teach your team to understand the development on blockchain technologies and be prepared for the next moves.
Safeguard privacy with extra anonymization measures like coin shuffling.