Fingerprints and Keys

Fingerprints and Keys

We’re all familiar with Sherlock Holmes as investigator, dusting off some object for fingerprints. Fingerprints are unique to every person and an expression of our individuality.

As early as the year 650 the Chinese historian Kia Kung-Yen had already remarked that fingerpr...

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What if you need to store data, with the security and consensus of a blockchain, but on a device that does not have the necessary storage requirements? Right now, many mobile phones don’t have enough space to store a blockchain, let alone multiple blockchains. The wallets on these devices thus...

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Border Checks, Charity and Expats

She nervously boarded the flight. “Anything to declare?” the customs officer asked. If she showed the ten thousand dollars in her travel pouch, would the officer not make trouble? Daria needed to take the money into Mali, because the workers of the maternity w...

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 Topic of this week: trust

With Internet of Coins (IoC) we aim to create a trustless environment in which t...

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During the inception of decentralized, blockchain driven ledgers, many developers in the early blockchain scene had a clear vision in mind. Reading through the messages in the forums back in the day it was evident collaborative developments were driven by a personal vision for freedom and change...

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