There is often some confusion in distinguishing the difference between the distributed ledger technologies (DLT) and blockchain.Read More
We know that the current underpinnings of the internet – databases (a fifty-year-old technology not designed for data sharing) and TCP IP (a sixty-year-old network tech not built for security) – are not fit for the level of digital life and business activities we do online today. Using the unique advantages of the distributed ledger technology, cross-organisational collaboration can be safer, faster, more cost-effective, up to date, trusted and secured.Read More
There's a lot of hype around blockchain technology, but what actually is it and what can it do?Read More
The digitised world of the 4th industrial revolution is creating new business opportunities. Connected, flexible factories can respond to customer requirements and monitor products from the factory floor through to end of life.Read More
In my previous article Blockchain 101 (part 1) I introduced some of the fundamental concepts of bitcoin. I ended by promising a follow up post where I would come back and explain proof of work, and this is it! To recap, I am focusing on Bitcoin in this post to keep things simple. Proof of work is the way that Bitcoin does things but other blockchain use other systems such as proof of stake or proof of authority...Read More
Since starting at Wallet.Services I have learned a fair bit about blockchain but I still find it difficult to explain it to other people! This is partly because it is such a massive subject which can be approached from many different angles. So, I thought I would write this post to organise my understanding of blockchain fundamentals and hopefully help a few of you who are trying to get their first bite of the blockchain learning apple...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