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Factom Hackathon Recap

Factom Hackathon Recap

Jun 18th By Crystal Wiese In Hackathon

It has been a week since we kicked off the first hackathon exclusively hosted by Factom and we couldn’t be more proud of how it went. We learned a lot, we lost sleep and we spent this last week in retrospection. With over 100 attendees, we spotted some very bright, enthusiastic, and passionate developers who came to conquer paper.

Factom Harmony

Factom Harmony

Mar 2nd By Tiana Laurence In Press Releases

Factom Harmony is a commercial product for the mortgage industry. It is built on the Factom Apollo data management solution and allows users to store and create permanent mortgage records.

The Great Migration

The Great Migration

Dec 30th By Tiana Laurence

Factom Genesis is migrating to the new Factom Federation network. We will be deploying eight federated servers and eight audit servers to the Federation network. This migration will usher in an era of censorship-resistant and global distribution.

DHS S&T Awards $199K to Austin Based Factom Inc.

Posted: June 20, 2016 By Tanner Evans

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) today awarded $199,000 to Factom Inc. based in Austin, Texas, to advance the security of digital identity for Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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The Bitcoin Fee Event Cometh

Posted: June 17, 2016 By Tanner Evans In Bitcoin

As Bitcoin enthusiasts, we are excited to see the proliferation of people using bitcoin and blockchains in new and interesting ways, from payments to permanent records to enabling decentralized applications.

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Never Lose Your Child’s Birth Certificate

Posted: May 27, 2016 By Brian Deery

Readers have asked us: how we can secure private data publicly on a blockchain and also keep it private? Specifically, how would Factom “never lose your child’s birth certificate?”

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Factom Technical Update: Binaries v0.3.7

Posted: April 28, 2016 By Tanner Evans

We are thrilled to release new Factom binaries and installers. They are now available on GitHub for Windows, Mac and Linux. Version 0.3.7.0 is an update touching primarily network improvements.

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