It's a new era for technology.

The Internet has connected us on a global scale, but it has not truly linked the systems built on the Internet protocol. Imagine a technology where such systems can interoperate and any participants in such systems can liaise with each other in real-time with no need to worry about corruption or fraud in the system.

In essence, that is what the blockchain technology is: a distributed, decentralised immutable ledger which works through peer-to-peer connections allowing all users to transmit data to each other in a secure, encrypted manner and with full oversight and transparency over what is happening on the blockchain to ensure that no one cheats the system.

This technology was successfully pioneered by Bitcoin, which can essentially be seen as the first real use-case for blockchain technology.

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30th December, 2017

The need for greed

Opinion piece by Jonathan Galea, President of Bitmalta As we near the year’s end, it is perhaps time to look back and sum up what has happened in this incredibly exciting year. It is safe to say that 2017 has been the year in which the public in general is finally aware about Bitcoin and […]

17th July, 2017

A new era for ICOs

It’s safe to say that 2017 has been the year for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). For the uninitiated (excuse the pun), an ICO works similarly to an IPO, except that instead of shares, crypto-tokens are issued to the investors.

24th May, 2017

Bubble… Bobble… Bockle… Blockchain

While I was writing this article, the total cryptocurrency market value just ticked over $85 billion. At the start of 2017, the figure was a relatively paltry $18 billion.

17th May, 2017

The King is ill

Next year will mark the 10th year of Bitcoin’s conception; hard to believe that a decade has gone by since one of the most potentially disruptive technologies has been introduced to wreak havoc on the world.

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