Reading Time: 2 minutes Louis de Bruin early on recognized Blockchain’s disruptive potential to improve, streamline and simplify business processes. He had a leading role in the adoption of Blockchain by IBM and his efforts got him appointed Blockchain Leader for IBM’s Global Business Services in Europe. Louis retired from IBM in 2020. He […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Europechain, the GDPR-compliant blockchain platform, has appointed Gimly to develop its self-sovereign identity app, My.D. Gimly is product research and development company which helps its clients leverage blockchain, IoT and other new technologies for their business needs. Founded by Caspar Roelofs, a product developer and solutions architect, the company pushes […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Alex is a man on a mission to ensure that everyone knows about tokenization. He was recently surprised when speaking with experts in related fields such as finance, government and banking that they have very little knowledge about token finance and associated cryptocurrencies. At the end of 2019 he met […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes A simple software solution is available to get SMEs online in minutes — Free of Charge Retail businesses are under severe pressure from the COVID-19 crisis, they can now sign up to a simple online tool to sell online vouchers for future purchases in just a few short clicks. This allows supporters […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes GDPR compliant monitoring solution for any remote workforce Europechain FACT offers a COVID-19 monitoring and management tool for enterprises, Governments, and healthcare agencies amidst the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. FACT offers remote solutions such as contact tracing, symptom tracking, customizable templates and workflows which can be distributed among employees and at-risk […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Europechain has launched an Ambassador programme to support the rollout of GDPR-compliant blockchain across Europe and globally. The Ambassadors come from different countries and sectors in Europe but all have blockchain advocacy as their passion. Menno Verheij, a serial entrepreneur based in North Holland, has been appointed as an Ambassador. […]
Ireland launches a world first – a universal restaurant voucher platform using Blockchain technology
Reading Time: 2 minutes Ireland launches a world first – a universal restaurant voucher platform using Blockchain technology The Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) has launched a universal gift voucher, redeemable in up to 3000 participating member restaurants and the first known voucher to be powered by Blockchain technology. The platform was developed by […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute FACT from Europechain. is of the new generation of business compliance management platforms which gives cryptographic proof of a task or a fact. In doing so FACT will revolutionise the way compliance is achieved
Reading Time: 3 minutes Originally the European Economic Community was just that – a community that enabled the easy trade between the member states set up in 1957 by the Treaty of Rome. Given that Europe is a fairly small area geographically with multiple land borders, it made sense to simplify the business of doing business with neighbours. Over time it has expanded its jurisdiction considerably with common laws, common currency and even the talk of a common army. There is also a national anthem for the European Union (as it became in 1993) and which, this year, at the start of the new Parliament Session, the Brexiter Candidates from the UK refused to honour, preferring instead to turn their backs stating that the EU was a collation of nations, not a nation-state in its own right.
Europechain launches a high performance GDPR compliant blockchain to empower businesses be EU compliant.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Europechain, the European-compliant, high performing blockchain launched today with the ambition to power businesses around the world to be EU compliant, ensuring that data is an asset rather than a liability. Data breaches and lack of EU compliance are detrimental to business, as epitomised by the recent British Airways breach which resulted in a £183m fine