WEB 3.0

The internet wasn’t ever designed to be the core of our society. Web 3.0 puts the emphasis on user security so that digital rights match human rights. Blockchain based organizations around the world are rebuilding the core components with your rights at the centre.

Internet of Value

Background The original purpose of blockchain was to enable trustless payments on the Bitcoin network. Before Bitcoin, online payments required an offline third party such as a bank to manually approve each transfer. This created a major weakness to fraud and theft – one which is no longer present in Web3 systems built on the … Continue reading Internet of Value

Digital Identity

Background The internet as we know it has evolved to suit our needs. With each iteration, we’ve brought offline technologies online. Generally, we’ve done so in the simplest way possible. As systems move online, it’s important to be able to prove who you are, and to stop others from impersonating you. Privacy and security need … Continue reading Digital Identity

Digital Governance

Did you know? On average, data collected on websites is transferred through at least 5 third party servers without the user’s knowledge Current State While the internet has made it possible for anyone to publish content, the publishing tools themselves have become potential points of failure.   Conceptual Goal As content online becomes more and … Continue reading Digital Governance

Decentralization

Did you know? Almost half of US Energy production is wasted each year due to separate and uncooperative systems, and consumers foot the bill. Current State Interoperability in technology refers to the design of systems as complimentary modules. Most of the infrastructure that we take for granted today is the result of a concerted effort … Continue reading Decentralization