Category: Blockchain

Don’t Be Scared To Be First

Posted: August 15, 2018 By Courtney Roberts In Blockchain

Embracing new innovation can be scary. Of course, there is always a risk of failing. But there is a much bigger benefit to being an early adopter of a new technology, especially blockchain. 

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Not all Blockchains are created equal: the Factom difference

Posted: July 18, 2018 By Courtney Roberts In Blockchain

What makes Factom and our protocol different than other blockchain-based solutions? To start, Factom is built for data and ready for Enterprise business. We have our own blockchain that was built to solve for problems other blockchains don’t, which allows us to run more efficiently and proactively. Our blockchain is not a fork or copy of Bitcoin’s or Ethereum’s blockchains. We seek to prove the existence of data, not necessarily store the data itself.

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Public, Private or Somewhere In Between

Posted: June 19, 2018 By Matt Whittington In Blockchain

One of the valid considerations while determining whether a blockchain will work for your purpose is whether you want a public blockchain, a private blockchain, or something somewhere in between. 

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The Problems with Blockchain

Posted: April 4, 2018 By Jay Smith In Blockchain

We would like to take a moment to discuss the problems with blockchain, which might seem odd as we are a blockchain company. In truth, it was the problems we saw in the early stages of blockchain technology that led us to create the Factom Network.

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