A pinch of blockchain: Partially decentralising an app
A foundation of blockchain is the idea of decentralisation – an area in which many groups are undertaking the most exciting innovations.
Blockchain: Why I prefer Proof of Stake (And why Ethereum does too)
Consensus mechanisms are tough to get right. Without a good one, the whole concept of decentralisation falls apart quickly: your efficient, fair, real-time, functional, reliable, and secure public ledger simply doesn’t exist.
CAST AI’s global platform decentralises the cloud industry
CAST AI provides a cloud cost optimisation and reporting platform for cloud-native applications on AWS, Google and Azure, reducing cloud compute costs by 50-75% in minutes.
DeFi blockchain ecosystem powered by facial recognition becomes Aus first
BAXE has partnered with IDEMIA and Haventec to launch the first decentralised blockchain ecosystem using a facial authentication solution for identity verification in Australia.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from SubQuery
This week we are speaking with SubQuery head of business development James Bayly, who shares with us the work the company is doing with new technology in the decentralisation space to help its clients achieve the better results.
Kiwi software company paves the way for mainstream decentralisation
Sylo, the software development company, has launched Oya, which has been described as ‘the beginning of mainstream decentralisation’.
Chainstack adds further support for blockchain implementation and management
Chainstack has launched new service enhancements, support for its blockchain services platform, and a new marketplace to aid businesses looking to improve their management of decentralised applications.
Origin’s decentralised commerce platform hits Google Cloud Marketplace
The Dshop eCommerce platform is available on the Google Cloud Marketplace allowing merchants to deploy their own decentralised eCommerce store.
Gartner - 6 security and risk management trends
The six things anyone trying to sell, integrate or enhance cybersecurity need to know.
Could this new distributed ledger replace the blockchain?
The Hedera hashgraph is supposedly faster and more capable of ensuring ongoing decentralisation than the existing blockchain platform.