Facebook, Capital One, Marriot International – we’re so used to emails asking us to change our passwords because of a data breach that we barely bat an eyelid now. I’m not saying that we should stop changing our passwords, but what if massive data breaches became a thing of the past? Well Tide might just have a found a way to do that.
Developers often wear their chosen coding language like an identity badge – Java developer, Python developer – but the advent of blockchain means it’s time to start changing how we think about development and how typical roles are changing, overlapping and becoming more fluid.
Time is running out if you want to save almost €300 and get a free gift with your Blockchain Technology Conference tickets! It takes place in Berlin from November 11 – 13, so you know you don’t want to be anywhere else! More than twenty five international speakers will open your mind with three days of sessions, keynotes, and talks. Learn about blockchain technology, smart contracts, dApps and more.
When it comes to traditional databases, the blockchain supports a completely different paradigm. For the first time in computing history, we have a datastore in which we can have absolute certainty about a data item’s creation date and can be absolutely certain that the item has not been modified. How can we integrate the power of blockchain into databases?
Centralized services risk being manipulated from within, but decentralized solutions come with their own drawbacks. How can we use blockchain and distributed ledger technology to build a trustworthy platform that cannot be manipulated and that orders transactions quickly and correctly? Hedera Hashgraph Product Manager, Donald Thibeau shares his thoughts.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we took a close look at GraphQL and how it’s changing web querying, JuliaCon’s user survey results, and Quarkus in an interview with Alex Soto. There’s plenty more, too! Let’s take a look.
Is blockchain technology the next big thing in cybersecurity? The implementation of blockchain as a solution for cybersecurity can limit the number of targets a hacker can attack. The process of decentralization creates a more secure system and prevents easy access for cyber-criminals and potential fraud.
The Blockchain Technology Conference takes place in Berlin from November 11 – 13. Over twenty-five international speakers from different sectors will encourage learning with three days of sessions, keynotes, and talks. Learn about blockchain technology, smart contracts, dApps and more. The early bird special is nearing its end; see what offers are in store for early registrants.
The latest addition to the Hyperledger family is Hyperledger Transact. The aim of the project is to make developing distributed ledger solutions easier by separating the execution of smart contracts from the distributed ledger implementation. Let’s have a closer look.
When Blockchain is appropriately configured, it can provide a decentralized solution that reduces intermediates, enhances transparency while securing the data and eliminating unauthorized access. Why integrate blockchain with Android? Catch these seven tips from Payal Goyal and learn how to develop your blockchain app.
Java meets the blockchain with the Aion Virtual Machine, from the Aion Foundation. Take advantage of the vast Java ecosystem and build smart contracts directly in Java, with all the maturity of the JVM. The Aion Virtual Machine supports Maven and IntelliJ plugins and can run all transactions concurrently.
It can be difficult to sort between the hype and the real potential of blockchain. In this article, Dr. Srinath Perera and his colleagues take a systematic approach to evaluate the technology.
What solutions become possible with the integration of blockchain technology into the Web 3.0 features? In this article, Premjith Purushotham shares his thoughts on what the combination of those technologies can offer to private data protection.