Identillect Technologies (ID.V), a company specializing in cyber security, has signed a deal to protect real-estate firm NU World Title’s data from intrusion and theft using their proprietary Delivery Trust system.
Facebook’s (FB.Q) stock price has cratered by more than $20 in the past two months on the back of privacy scandal after scandal. We can now add to that the amount of class-action lawsuits presently in various stages of litigation, but somehow this company keeps on keeping on.
The advent of cryptocurrency has given rise to ancillary companies piggybacking off of its success. These companies have either sought to capitalize on the opportunity to profit off the cryptocurrency’s infrastructure by either mining crypto directly, controlling nodes and flow of a coin, or by acting directly as a trust.
The canon goes that blockchain technology was invented in 2009 by an unknown programmer named Satoshi Nakamoto. He added a white paper, which reads like part technical manual and part ideological manifesto, and unleashed it on the world in 2010.