DLT has the power to transform the way organizations and individuals interact with one another on a fundamental level.
How could your business apply the trust protocol?
Blockchain is a distributed platform of trust. It is the first technology to bypass the need for a central authority or body, in a secure, transparent manner. The result of this breakthrough is a level of efficiency and trust previously inconceivable in the digital world.
An intricate blend of cryptography, P2P Networks and Proof-of-Work functions are the lifeblood of these truly remarkable systems. Yet understanding what Blockchain Technology is and how it works can be a tedious task even for the more technologically inclined.
At Advanced Blockchain AG, we understand this revolutionary tech enough to build tailor-made Blockchain systems from scratch, adapting them to best suit the needs of our clients. To find out more about what blockchain is, how it works and how your organization can benefit from it, you can download the PDF below.Download PDF
Imagine you could replace your lawyer with a vending machine. It may sound daft at first but it’s a commonly used analogy when describing smart-contracts. While standard contracts outline enforceable terms of a relationship, smart contracts enforce relationships using cryptography - and the possibilities are endless.
Originally taken mainstream by the Ethereum Project, smart-contracts exist solely between permitted parties. They execute exactly as intended by their creators and bypass the need for middlemen, saving a substantial amount of time and conflict.
The autonomous nature of smart contracts means you can expect huge improvements on traditional systems in terms of speed, cost, security, accuracy and transparency. From financial derivatives to property law, crowdfunding agreements to the exchange of virtually anything of value, smart-contracts have the potential to significantly alter long-standing aspects of society.Download PDF
A Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) DLT is a distributed ledger system originally built for the Internet-of-Things. It is a prime example of how far Distributed Ledger Technology has come since Satoshi Nakamoto’s brilliant Bitcoin breakthrough.
The system was designed to retain the all-important advances made by Blockchain in terms of trust and security, while improving on it in terms of speed, scalability and the ability to conduct zero-fee transactions, all while using a fraction of the energy.
Blockchain and DAG systems compensate for each others deficiencies. Both technologies are better suited to certain applications - understanding how they work and what they’re best suited for is vital to harnessing and utilizing their power. To find out more about what the Tangle is and how it works, feel free to download the PDF below.Download PDF
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A ledger is a physical or digital record of accounts and/or transactions made between two or more parties. Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) allows for ledgers to be shared and synchronized between all those using it, distributing and decentralizing the responsibility to check and validate the ledger. Primarily through the rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, blockchain has become synonymous with DLT. However, blockchain represents just one form of DLT, which itself can take on a variety of forms, and is by no means the only form of distributed ledger technology out there.
All our engagements begin with a consultation session in which we go out of our way to understand your business model, how your company works and how it can best benefit from the incorporation of Distributed Ledger Technology. Feel free to get in touch with us. You can use our contact form to send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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