Interview with Paolo Tasca, Director at the Centre for Blockchain Technologies at University College London

Overledger aims to open blockchain’s “borders” and facilitate development of multi-chain applications

Enabling cross-chain communications is just like opening borders to allow international trade. Overledger ensures that companies and developers have the flexibility to easily migrate to another technology when required. We talked with Paolo Tasca about the first blockchain operating system that facilitates the development of multi-chain applications and the value it brings to the blockchain technology.

What languages do developers prefer for IoT solutions?

IoT Developer Survey 2018: Less talking, more doing

The 2018 IoT Developer Survey is out and offers interesting insights into the future of IoT solutions and trends. Here we compare the 2017 and 2018 survey results and analyze any significant changes, including the most suitable programming languages and new technologies (*cough* blockchain *cough*).

Anybody can build a smart contract

Building a smart contract: It’s easier than you think

Javascript developers shouldn’t be intimidated by blockchain. With a little more understanding, blockchain becomes like most other frameworks you would normally implement. Here’s how to build a smart contract — it’s easier than you think!

Another use case for blockchain technology

What makes blockchain appealing to HR professionals?

Hold on!!! How does blockchain come into play when we’re talking about recruitment and hiring processes? Since blockchain is changing the way businesses operate, who says it cannot have a deep correlation with the HR process? In this article, Ankit Patel explains why blockchain can become an asset to the HR department.

Interview with Alfred Shaffir, co-founder at iOlite Foundation

“The currently unrivaled programming language for smart contracts is Solidity for the Ethereum blockchain”

iOlite Foundation recently introduced a smart human-machine translator to convert code back and forth between blockchain virtual machine code and various interfaces. In short, it’s now easier to create smart contracts on the blockchain; plus, you don’t need to learn a specific programming language. We talked with Alfred Shaffir, co-founder at iOlite Foundation about all this and more.

Interview with Stephen McNamara, head of blockchain R&D strategy at Huawei

Hyperledger Caliper: A benchmark tool which allows users to measure blockchain performance

Performance measurement is very important and blockchain implementations are no exception. Although performance is on everyone’s minds, there’s not a commonly accepted blockchain benchmarking tool. This is where Hyperledger Caliper comes into play. We talked with Stephen McNamara, head of blockchain R&D strategy at Huawei and lead maintainer on the Hyperledger Caliper project about this tool and why blockchain users should give it a try.

Interview with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity

From Java to blockchain: How to become a blockchain developer

These days, blockchain is on everyone’s lips. Many software developers from all sorts of fields are now trying to tap into the blockchain market. We talked with Eugene Kyselev, Blockchain Software Developer at Mobilunity, about his first steps into blockchain development and more.

5 industries that will be transformed by blockchain

Like every new technology, blockchain creates both opportunities and challenges. Let’s forget about the challenges for a moment and focus on the opportunities and all the industries that have been —or will be— touched by this technology. In this article, Matt Davida presents the top five industries that will be transformed by blockchain.

Interview with Jason Goldberg, founder and CEO of Simple Token

Tokenization as a Service: How blockchain will find its way into the mainstream

Blockchain has the potential to go mainstream. Jason Goldberg, CEO and founder of Simple Token tells us how this can be achieved. He also talks about his personal project, which aims to drastically simplify the utilization of blockchain technology. In short, Simple Token‘s goal is to fundamentally change the way companies use (and interact with) blockchain.