By Sandra Quinn
We are just three months into 2019 and so far, some companies across the globe are already getting noticed in the realm of blockchain technology, so we thought we would take a look at a few of them.
Our own company Horizon Globex has emerged with three new offerings, all of which will make the transition into blockchain technology, token investments and compliance smoother, more straight forward and without the need for a company to make a big investment in their own IT infrastructure to support the new technology.
- Tokenetics (www.tokenetics.com) offers businesses a supported space from which they can fund the growth of their business via tokenized securities on the blockchain. You can read all about it in a previous blog here; https://blog.horizon-globex.com/how-to-issue-shares-within-an-ethereum-token-model/.
- KYCware (www.kycware.com) eliminates some of the risk associated with online trading by verifying customer identity to protect both the customer and the company, while also offering anti-money laundering compliance solutions.
- CustodyWare (www.custodyware.com) then offers a full service to deal with compliance to ensure that a client is compliant with all of the SEC rules and regulations.
There have been a number of companies breaking ground in terms of blockchain innovations, in the areas of blockchain service development, smart contract development, apps and much more.
- Techracers provide end-to-end breakthrough services, acting as a one-stop shop where they conceive, design and test real-world blockchain apps.
- Treehouse Technology Group help companies, ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500’s to develop secure and reliable smart contracts using Solidity, Ethereum and Proof of Stake Algorithm.
- AgileLab with offices in Singapore and Vietnam specialise in customised web and mobile app blockchain solutions.
- ConsenSys focus on B2C DApps, building and scaling tools and enterprise software products.