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Blockchain Think-Tank


Blockchain is a powerful new technology that brings trust and security to online services by leveraging decentralised network architecture.  The implications are profound, and we're excited to be building real world applications using this technology.

BlockZero assists companies and government in understanding blockchain technology and developing strategies.

We are proud to be building industry and investment partnerships for our international fintech and verified identity projects.

 

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Blockchain Think-Tank


Blockchain is a powerful new technology that brings trust and security to online services by leveraging decentralised network architecture.  The implications are profound, and we're excited to be building real world applications using this technology.

BlockZero assists companies and government in understanding blockchain technology and developing strategies.

We are proud to be building industry and investment partnerships for our international fintech and verified identity projects.

 

 

TRust

Bitcoin created electronic trust, which has been the holy grail of cryptography for decades.  It was understood that an online currency would only be effective if everyone could trust that it could not be copied.  The Bitcoin Whitepaper revealed a solution which ensures that currency transactions, once accepted, are infeasibly difficult to change. 

The solution is blockchain technology; a shared distributed transaction ledger, managed by software and secured with cryptography.

 
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Smart Contracts


Smart contracts are a new and flexible way of entering into agreements, based on computer code. 

Smart Contracts


Smart contracts are a new and flexible way of entering into agreements, based on computer code. 

Smart contract code is stored on a distributed blockchain ledger, just like bitcoin transactions.  Just as bitcoin transactions can't be changed once they are on the bitcoin blockchain, neither can smart contracts. They just sit there, ready to be called. Smart contracts are also like bitcoin accounts (or even bank accounts), as they can receive, store and pay out value.  

Because smart contracts self execute, the cost of administering them is nearly zero.  This opens up a whole range of new applications, by enabling lots of small-value micro-transactions.

Generally, a smart contract will work with things called "oracles," which provide information important to the contract.  For example, a contract for crop insurance will need a data feed about rainfall.  A football tipping competition is going to need information about who won each game.  As soon as the information is received by the oracle, the contract pays out automatically.  This automated execution is part of what makes smart contracts so powerful.

Smart contracts form the basis of "distributed applications" or "Dapps," which are basically smart contracts with a user interface.

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Strategy


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Strategy


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Blockchain Explainer 

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