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About The Technology

Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets in any organisation or business network. Blockchain is ideal for delivering fast, accurate information because it provides immediate, shared, and completely transparent information stored on a permissioned and decentralised immutable ledger. Today, blockchain is used for a wide variety of applications, including highly lucrative cryptocurrency, financial security, and logistics.

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Why Implement Blockchain?

The Blockchain brings greater accountability, security, efficiency, and trust to the systems that use it. Thanks to its decentralisation, permissioned access, and immutable public nature, Blockchain allows all users to trust in one version of the truth, carry out their business with greater confidence and accountability.

Public, private, permissioned, or consortium blockchains can be implemented for a vast range of industries and applications, making it the vital backbone of Web 3.0’s future.

Who Benefits from the Blockchain?

The Blockchain brings trust, accessibility, and integrity into your data systems and organisations. From reliable data and start-to-end-point trust, to secured ledgers and full transparency, the Blockchain brings the power of Web 3.0 to everyone who uses it.

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Your Staff

Your entire organisation will benefit greatly from using Blockchain technology. Empower your teams with greater trust, accountability, and transparency with this adaptive and versatile technology.

The Blockchain can be used for a staggering variety of applications, bringing one version of the truth, accurate & trustworthy data, improved logistics, and start-to-end-point trust to everyone who uses it.

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Your Customers & Prospects

The Blockchain brings immense potential to your customer and client interactions, thanks to the new, elevated level of public transparency, decentralisation, and trust it brings.

Blockchain doesn’t just put every user on the same page, allowing them full public transparency on logistics, supply chain integrity, and ownership, it also fast tracks complex services such as those found in public health, financial services, and research.

Why Use Blockchain?

Greater trust and privacy

  • The blockchain secures its members-only network, allowing all members to implicitly trust that they are accessing and receiving accurate and timely data. 
  • Be 100% sure you're receiving accurate and timely data.
  • Gain a new level of privacy by restricting your blockchain records only to trusted network members.

Greater security and accuracy

  • The blockchain requires consensus from all network members on its data.
  • All users can trust that the data is intact and accurate, as validated transactions are immutable and cannot be altered from their permanent record.
  • No one can delete or manipulate a transaction on the blockchain.

More efficiencies

  • Time-wasting record reconciliations are eliminated thanks to a shared distributed ledger.
  • The blockchain can store a smart contract – a special set of rules for transactions – which is followed and implemented automatically whenever a transaction occurs.

One shared truth from a truly decentralised system

  • All members of a blockchain share a single view of the truth and can see all details of any transaction across its entire history.
  • This gives all network members confidence that the system has full integrity and accuracy.

Networks and systems that are build on trust

Learn how Blockchain technology can be customised to suit your unique business requirements, and to fit any development, deployment, or hosting needs. Contact us now for your free, no-obligation Blockchain Consultation today.

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