There is often some confusion in distinguishing the difference between the distributed ledger technologies (DLT) and blockchain. It’s easy to see why this happens as the two terms are so often conflated…Read More
Project Bank Accounts (PBA) legislation is already in place for the construction industry in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Implementing PBAs in the rest of the UK seems the obvious response to this latest crisis in the construction industry. Is it enough? Wallet.Services Chairperson, Rab Campbell, argues for a more imaginative response from government to better protect firms at the foot of the supply chain and to unlock additional value.Read More
When I was at secondary school in 1989, Sir Tim Berners Lee wrote his paper proposing a World Wide Web of connected computers, which would allow digital exchange of information. I got into it immediately – recognising the potential of www to open up the internet to become a formidable engine for lowering barriers and empowering individuals, governments and businesses…Read More
Wallet.Services’ Strategic Transformation Director Dr Hannah Rudman considers the opportunities with SICCAR for supply chains across manufacturing and resources.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
Wallet.Services has been working with a number of public and private sector organisations to help them undertake a strategic transformation journey around considering and implementing blockchain solutions in their organisations.