Blockchain is a quickly growing technology area for banking, stock exchanges, clearing houses and other businesses that deal in trust. It provides a trust way of recording a ledger of transactions that cannot be erased, only sequentially added to while keeping a never-ending historical trail. This trust comes from the distributed nature of blockchains where no single entity is in control of the information. Instead a consensus is agreed upon by many independent parties. The consistency of the data is guaranteed by rules designed into the blockchain system and are enforced by the participating nodes.

A blockchain replaces a trusted intermediary when implementing trusted transactions, which removes a central point of failure and replace it with a distributed system that is less vulnerable to attack. Thus providing a more reliable IT infrastructure

This technology is currently in a research stage and we can not offer any support or consultation in this area at this time. We will be sure to let you know when we can assist you in this area.