This year a major ventures capital firm called Union Square Ventures made an investment in a blockchain hedge fund. Many speculate that by next year, ninety percent of central banks and over three quarters of financial banks will most likely have some sort of exposure to blockchain incorporation within their business cycle. Whether it be programming, investing, or planning, blockchain will probably be involved.
Knowing this, blockchain fintech companies are working hard to meet the demand and stay one step ahead of cybersecurity’s biggest enemy; hackers. AxionV is about to take on the process for its initial coin offering (ICO). The company is an augmented reality crypto fund that uses their own unique mix of algorithms and advanced trading strategies in order to obtain higher returns for the money. The information out there on AxionV highlights the security, which is something that many people look for when finding the right ICO. Basically, AxionV ICO is unique for the reason that it can give access to key talent in the trading space to anyone. This means even unestablished traders can gain access.
AxionV made a decision to earmark institutions that were not in the fiancee field and that hold the highest need to be as safe as possible. AxionV has also built five gal teams across the globe. This includes Asia-Pacific, the Americas, and Europe.
AxionV’s technology lowers the use of smart contracts and this can lead to additional security for its clients
“In this pilot, businesses and governments would be able to verify and authenticate a citizen’s identity by requesting encrypted access to verifiable claims.”
“Litecoin already had [SegWit] implemented before [Bitcoin] did,” noted Iqbal Gandham, UK Managing Director at eToro, a multi-asset broker and social network trading company.
The framework that has been proposed includes a verification process conducted by existing government agencies. This would verify someone’s registration information right at birth. Following this, they would then cryptographically log data that is related to the person’s name, date of birth, blood type, and much more.
The early pilot stage will focus on generating a user interface that both parents and doctors can access to digitize birth certificates. It will also allow them the ability to access other back office processes that come into pace.
The expectation is that the plot program will be completed “in the near term.”