With under 500K inhabitants Dubai seems committed to taking a global lead in digital Public Services through leading the way in practical application of Blockchain tech. Around the world smaller states and cities are being more agile in driving exploitation of this new tech.
At the Scottish Cyber Awards 2017 last week we were shortlisted for 2 awards alongside very strong and established cybersecurity companies.
So we were delighted to be invited up on the stage to collect our Best Cyber Breakthrough award for our Siccar solution.Read More
A fully funded PhD studentship on Trustable dapps on reliable blockchain technologies is available at the Computing Science and Mathematics division of the University of Stirling, UK, in collaboration with Wallet.Services.Read More
For a small country of only 1.4M people, Estonia is actually one of the most talked about places in technology. It’s a world renowned digital leader which is recognised as the most advanced digital society in the world and is home to many exciting early stage tech companies.Read More
A small, random group from the Scottish tech community visited Tallinn in late October 2017. The highlights and memories are on this page. If you haven't yet been to Tallinn, get out there and see for yourself.Read More
Here at Wallet.Services towers the term “Blockchain” has been banned!
Well, not quite…but we have decided to stop using the term “Blockchain” in favour of “Distributed Ledger Technologies” (DLT).Read More
Wallet.Services starts work this week to conduct research to inform Scottish Government’s Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) strategy.Read More