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Tag: #Blockchain

Is It Worth Implementing Distributed Ledger Technologies Worldwide?

Published: Dmitriy Batrakov | 22/05/2018 | blog

The existence of account books in paper form is measured not by one millennium. In fact, this is a kind of “database” in which the transactions are registered. With the development of computer technology, when the account books have become digital, it has become more convenient and easier to use them. At the same time, throughout the history, the operations and reporting have been subjected to thorough checks by central authorities. In our time, cryptography and software algorithms are applied in working with accounting data. Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT), including Blockchain, is an innovative, effective and secure way of exchanging assets (finance, securities and personal data). Rapidly capturing almost all spheres of business, including healthcare, energy, logistics, telecommunications and the financial sector, DLT contributes to the intensive decentralization of modern business. Mechanism of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Distributed Ledger Technology is a decentralized digital register containing blocks that are linked by a network of computer nodes. Thus, Blockchain technology is a decentralized account book, in each block of which the information...

Legal Regulation of ICO in Different Countries

Published: Olena Kamenetska | 28/12/2017 | blog

Earlier in our articles, we have already considered what Initial Coin Offering is. However, we remind that the Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is a popular method among start-ups and other companies to raise capital. Investors participate in the collection of financial resources by transferring funds to the issuer in official currencies such as dollar, euro, yuan, etc. or in cryptocurrencies, for example, Bitcoins or Ethers, in exchange for digital tokens (Tokens, electronic coins). It is Tokens that confirm the rights of the holder to receive profit or the fulfillment of obligations on the part of the issuer. In addition, Tokens can be used to pay for services/goods of the issuing company. In contrast to the initial public offering (IPO), usually Tokens do not represent an ownership interest or receipt of dividends from the issuing company. Investors who participate in the ICO often expect to profit from the development of the activities of the company in the future, or play at increasing the value of Tokens (probably the brightest example at the moment is the rise in the price of Bitcoin). Like all cryptocurrencies, Tokens are based on Blockchain (distributed ledger technology,...