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Smart Contract Development

Empower true intermediary-less trading environments by creating true peer-to-peer transactions capable of taking contractual governance to the next level.

Blockchain PoC Development​

PoC applications for Startups, Enterprises & Governments to experiment with Blockchain applicability for testing business ideas, improving business processes and better public service delivery.​

Hyperledger Development

Deploying Hyperledger Fabric ideas for semi-private or private permissioned blockchain deployments. It’s modular and versatile design satisfies a broad range of industry use cases.
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Unlock the Potential of Blockchain for your Business

Blockchain is a revolutionary technology that enables “Internets of value” that can move value in seconds – money, loyalty points, equity shares, bonds, coupons, votes, intellectual property and much more.
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  • What is blockchain technology?
    Today, the Internet enables the movement of data (videos, text, photos and more) globally in milliseconds. But try moving value (money, loyalty points etc.) and you will be surprised by the costs, inefficiencies and time delays.
    Blockchain is a revolutionary technology that enables "internets of value" that can move value in seconds - money, loyalty points, equity shares, bonds, coupons, votes, intellectual property and much more. Blockchain solutions can be permissioned (e.g. a Government run land registry) or permission-less (e.g. Bitcoin, where anyone can become a miner). Blockchain solutions can be private (e.g. a contract management system implemented in a pharmaceutical company), public (e.g. an asset backed cryptocurrency) or hybrid (e.g. a group of banks running a shared KYC platform).
  • What are the benefits of blockchain?
    1. Blockchain removes the characteristic of infinite reproducibility from a digital asset. It confirms that each unit of value was transferred only once, solving the long-standing problem of double spending.
    2. A single blockchain transaction can perform multiple asset exchanges between two or more parties. The exchange takes place in a single transaction, and comes with a guarantee of atomicity, aka, delivery-versus-payment, meaning that all of the asset transfers take place simultaneously, or none take place at all. This enables real-time automated settlement and removes the need for reconciliation.
    3. A blockchain can assign title rights because it provides a record that compels offer and acceptance.
    4. By storing data across its network, a blockchain eliminates the risks that come with data being held centrally.
    5. The use of public key cryptography, symmetric cryptography and cryptographic hash functions makes blockchains cryptographically secure and provably immutable.
    6. Blockchains improve client satisfaction through faster, more convenient and secure services.
    7. Blockchains maximize efficiency, security & transparency and minimize fraud.
    8. Blockchains accelerates information and money flows.
    9. Blockchains greatly improve auditability and streamline paperwork.
  • What are the pain-points of blockchain?
    Blockchain is a world-changing technology, but it suffers from some pain points:
    1. Installing, configuring, securing, troubleshooting, updating, and maintaining a blockchain ecosystem is a complex and time consuming task.
    2. There are 100+ blockchains and distributed ledger systems to choose from.
    3. Building blockchain solutions from the ground up is very expensive and time consuming.
    4. There is a severe shortage of skilled blockchain developers.
  • What industries have benefited from blockchain?
    A wide range of industries have already benefited and taken advantage of this technology, it's just a matter of choosing the right solution for your problem. Here are a few examples of industries that rely on blockchain.
    1. Decentralized Finance: Investments, Lending and Borrowing has been disrupted globally with blockchain with over $450 million already being invested (Sep 2019)
    2. Real Estate: Fractional ownership of real-estate is now feasible, with governments & enterprises embracing blockchain for real estate & land record management.
    3. Financial Inclusion: Using blockchain, emerging governments are trying to leapfrog the implementation of financial inclusion in their countries. Citizens no longer need bank accounts.
    4. Supply Chain Track & Trace: Blockchain combined with advanced data acquisition tools are redefining traceability for farm-to-fork, warehouse-to-retail and such other supply chains globally

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