Proof-of-Assets (PoA): The Future of Validation
Nov04

Proof-of-Assets (PoA): The Future of Validation

Bank deals mostly with tangible assets. The assessment of assets quality is important to provide an early warning of deterioration in credit quality and allows management to take steps to mitigate the risks. But unfortunately, the processes often have weaknesses that can prevent them from being fully effective. Here are three common processes used by Banks to help validate the assets: Physical checks; Manually verify records of a few...

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CyberTrust: Bridging The Gap Between Cryptocurrency & Institutional Investors
Nov04

CyberTrust: Bridging The Gap Between Cryptocurrency & Institutional Investors

Institutional investors are still staying away from the cryptocurrency. CyberTrust tries to connect both worlds and maximize the benefits. Institutional investors like mutual funds, hedge funds, pension funds, index funds, commercial banks, and endowments funds are reluctant to invest in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies with concern over volatility & security. Institutional investors generally face fewer protective regulations as they...

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Real Value: Asynchronous Price Discovery
Oct27

Real Value: Asynchronous Price Discovery

  In a Synchronous system, all operations (buying & selling) are coordinated by one, or more, centralized parties and must executed in the same time. In contrast, Asynchronous systems are not happening at the same time and do not depend on any parties. This fits with the Decentralization concept which brings famous to the blockchain technology.   According to Bancor Protocol, Asynchronous Price Discovery is the ability...

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BANKEX: Decentralizing Financial Services & Banking The World
Oct17

BANKEX: Decentralizing Financial Services & Banking The World

Blockchain and the banking systems are not enemies, they can coexist and collaborate to achieve the best results. Securitization got a bad name after the 2008 financial crisis. The process of turning assets, in most cases debt, into securities definitely share a large part of the blame. Securitization involves assets that are typically illiquid such as subprime mortgages; which are home loans issued to individuals with a low credit...

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Sharpe Capital: Rise of The Machine Learning & Decentralized Market Sentiment
Oct15

Sharpe Capital: Rise of The Machine Learning & Decentralized Market Sentiment

Sharpe Capital wants to shape the financial market to its advantage by combining methods of machine learning, decentralized crowd sentiment & trustless ledger system. Stock prices are the result of collective knowledge of all market participants but people have a tendency to buy high and sell low because as human beings, we often make financial decisions based on emotion rather than on rational objectivity. Sentiment is one of the...

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