The Company Challenging Businesses to Get Out of the Digital Stone Age

Blockchain technology is getting accepted by companies from various industries -- financial, healthcare, legal, education, and even governments -- that have recognized its future and want to actively participate in order to share its benefits.  In that sense, organizations of all kinds have started addressing the burning technological challenges of their time and adopting blockchain … Continue reading The Company Challenging Businesses to Get Out of the Digital Stone Age

What Is Geofencing? How Does It Work?

Geofencing is a buzzy mobile app capability that’s been around for at least a decade; however, developers are only now seeing the full potential of geofencing for building a great user-first experience. While geofencing received some attention in relation to user privacy, new tools are considering how geofencing can better surprise and delight customers – … Continue reading What Is Geofencing? How Does It Work?

‘AEON’ for Beginners

Aeon is a mobile-friendly, lightweight privacy coin. Similar to the way that Litecoin is a lighter supplement to Bitcoin, you can look at Aeon as Monero’s little brother. The Monero community is wholly focused on privacy and anonymity for the end-user. This focus has its perks but has caused the coin to fall behind from a usability standpoint. Aeon builds … Continue reading ‘AEON’ for Beginners

Introduction to Monero Mining

Monero Mining: An Introduction to Entering the Privacy Coin Mining World Monero (XMR) continues to gain attention amongst the cryptocurrency community as a solution for transaction privacy. Founded in 2014, the project has quickly ascended as the leader of privacy coins. If you’re interested in mining Monero, here are the details you need to know. … Continue reading Introduction to Monero Mining

Physical Assets on Blockchain: A reason to worry ?

Physical assets on the blockchain could simplify a lot of the issues of supply chain, logistics, and contract management. However, the technology has drawbacks that could prove to be challenging to usability. Before such a system can work, we need reliable ways for transactions to verify identity, avoid mistakes, and adjudicate disputes..