Supply Chain how DLT is changing business
Takamaka DLT prood of stake Java The Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is changing many areas of business, building the foundations of a new chain of...
Takamaka the new cryptoeconomy
Takamaka manages two simultaneous coins Takamaka manages two simultaneous coins, one called Green Coin (TKG), the other called Red Coin (TKR). The first coin is standard, necessary for the operation...
Takamaka: NFT and perpetual data archiving
Takamaka appears to be the solution to the most famous and popular blockchain such as Bitcoin and Etherum, which in fact have no space in chained blocks, expensive and scalable if used to store any type of data
Prof Fausto Spoto about Takamaka project
Fausto Spoto as Research Consultant We have the pleasure and the honor to have Professor Fausto Spoto as Research Consultant within the project. In this interview we have deepened...
Takamaka new business models for e-commerce.
There are often stereotypes about blockchain and e-commerce, such as instant payments, fraud resistance, zero fees, and more
Blockchain scalability is a limit, how technologies solve the problem
In modern blockchain, scalability is a limit and is the main problem for meaningful planetary adoption. How technologies solve the problem
Takamaka: Open-Source Java Blockchain
The Takamaka Enterprise Blockchain is an open blockchain, in the sense that it can be verified by any user and access to it cannot be prevented by central authority or government.
Blockchain and timestamp. How trust is created
We know that blockchain, can apply timestamp to a digital data, in order to increase trust and agreements even between parties
Green Blockchain – The new sustainable way
Going Green! Climate change has become central to modern activities. It is a long-term challenge of the modern era compelling organizations to realign their business models to accommodate the new way of environmental thinking.
Proof-of-Stake: Beyond consensus, a Business opportunity
PoW (a consensus algorithm for btc and eth), has proven, over the past years, to be a safe and reliable protocol. There are no reports of successful attacks on the bitcoin chain and as long as there are enough honest participants. The aggression to the hash power will be substantially limited to zero.