Immutability of transactions, transparency, traceability, programmability. These are just some of the advantages that allow blockchain technology to be a paradigm within the reach of companies and one that meets their needs.

A new paradigm

The blockchain belongs to the wider family of DLT (distributed ledger technology), and is based on the concept of decentralization: transactions are recorded in blocks and certified by all actors (the nodes), without the need for a central entity to guarantee for the entire network. Blockchains can be classified into public and permissioned. Public ones have no access limit: anyone can have access and make transactions.

The best known and most used in B2C are Bitcoins and Ethereum. In permissioned blockchains, the governance of the network (who can access, who can see the transactions of other nodes, who can write on the ledger) is determined by an actor, which is usually the promoter of the network. They are very suitable for the corporate environment, as they allow a level of privacy that can be defined a priori, thus very ductile — an example of this is Corda R3.


We are passionate about the creation of networks and nodes, governance management, regulatory consequences and uses such as access management, supplier management, self-sovereign identity.
In the field of blockchain it is all to be invented. Constant updating, experimentation, poc and co-design is what we continue to do.


A technology still young to date alongside traditional technologies with the potential to create now unthinkable new business models.

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