This is part four of a multiple part series beginning with: “What is Blockchain Technology?” where we explore blockchain and how it can best be leveraged for business today.

Conflicting terminology, punishing interfaces, gibberish addresses, memorizing password seeds, writing down private keys, and error message after error message. You would think I’m describing the early internet here, but unfortunately this is the current state of the blockchain experience. It’s hard to attract users and administrators to a platform that requires a heap of learning and time to accomplish anything on.

Unless of course those users get a sense of superiority…


Yours Truly

This is part three of a multiple part series beginning with: “What is Blockchain Technology?” where we explore blockchain and how it can best be leveraged for business today.

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this is probably the most glossed over issue with blockchain systems in the industry today. While we can all imagine the benefits of automated contracts, distributed value systems, and individual digital ownership of assets, we should all be equally as concerned about them. For example:

  • If you make a transaction to the wrong address, that asset transfer is in most…


In this article we will be identifying the current landscape behind security tokens, defining what they are, understanding their purpose in the economy, and then completing a security token offering of our own to really make it all sink in.

The Surge of Crypto Capital

With World Blockchain Forum’s Securities Tokens and ICOs event coming down the pipeline, I've been receiving a lot of questions concerning security tokens. …


This is part two of a multiple part series beginning with: “What is Blockchain Technology?” where we explore blockchain and how it can best be leveraged for business today.

Blockchain technology has come a long way since it’s first inception as a Bitcoin payments ledger. So much so, that most of the information online about the use cases for blockchain are polarized between grand visionary futures of an interconnected internet of value and warnings of financial doom resembling the financial bubbles of the past.

As usual with popularized technology, the answer lies somewhere in the middle. Due to this polarizing…


This is part one of a multiple part series where we explore blockchain and how it can best be leveraged for business today.

Where did blockchain technology come from?

Blockchain technology was first invented with the development of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, which is a peer to peer digital currency and payment network that enables individuals to store, retrieve, and transact anywhere in the world across any border without needing a 3rd party to facilitate the settlement of transactions.

It’s important to note, that Bitcoin and blockchain are not synonymous with each other. Blockchain is the underlying software that enables Bitcoin to function as a sovereign currency…

Kyle

Kyle May is a blockchain developer, father, former Marine artilleryman, and the founder of Accrubit.

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