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See how enterprises can benefit from managing customer identity in Blockchain

Trust is perhaps the most critical component in any business or a transaction between two people. For instance, if you are purchasing a commodity online, or creating an account in a social media account, you are submitting a lot of personal data to someone. The factor of trust established in such a system is not […]

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How to set up Ropsten testnet for your smart contract

Back in 1994, when Nick Szabo — a computer scientist and cryptographer from the United States developed the concept of smart contracts, probably no one had expected the disruption it is making to many industries today. A smart contract is simply a computer code running on top of a blockchain containing a set of rules under which the […]

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How to set up Oraclize in your smart contracts.

Smart Contracts are like a closed box, the code inside it cannot communicate with the external world on their own. However, it is really important for business applications that its smart contract should communicate with external APIs and data to complete the execution of the business logics. One option for allowing your smart contract to communicate with […]

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Smartcontracts in fintech: The possibilities

The penetration of the smartcontracts in fintech is predicted to be the next big step in shape-shifting the financial industry, making it more efficient and transparent. According to a study conducted by Accenture, blockchain as a technology will play an important role in the success of the financial sector in the near future. From the analysis of […]

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Bridging the cryptocurrency gap between retailers and consumers

The worldwide e-commerce retail sales surpassed $2.2 trillion in 2017 and it is estimated to reach up to $4.5 trillion by 2021. Online businesses contained roughly 10% of the average worldwide retail deals in 2017 and over the next 3 years, it will increase by another 5.4%. Amazon and Alibaba are right now the world’s […]

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How blockchain can make your business’s procurement process more efficient?

According to the UK’s annual fraud indicator in 2017, it was found that the annual cost of fraud in the UK is £190 billion, equal to around £10,000 per family. A significant portion of this is accounted for frauds happening at different stages of a procurement process in different organizations. Procurement fraud is a malpractice where someone dishonestly gaining […]

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