Your Data. Yours to Own. Yours to Control. Yours to Profit from.

04.02.18 05:58 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

The data issue is big. But just how big?

Many individuals and organizations know that they have issues with their data but are unable to express these in terms that can really help them understand just how important data really is and what they can do about them.

Let’s start with how data became ...

PumaPay: true crypto payments for every day use

29.01.18 05:59 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

Retail payments and merchants — still a cryptocurrency bridge too far

You may have read headlines in the past years of the number of merchants now accepting Bitcoin or some other cryptocurrency payments. They number hundreds of thousands, even millions, if some reports are to be believed.

But the...

HELBIZ Mobility System: Blockchain P2P Car Sharing

25.01.18 06:01 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

The future of car ownership… is probably not owning one

For an invention that’s really only been around for about a century (okay, if you want to be pedantic, no longer than 132 years), cars are running out of time.

Production seems to tell a story of more cars being produced every year: except f...

Decentralized Autonomous Vehicles (DAV) — building the beginnings of the Internet of Transportation

20.01.18 06:02 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

It’s never easy, nor simple, to try out new things, never mind new things on top of new things.

Even as private companies are already promising the first driverless cars this year, and even if tech companies around the world are now warming up to blockchain, you’ve got to admire the guys who believe ...

Working with women in blockchain

01.01.18 06:07 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

The impressive line up this year of ICO projects and blockchain startups have brought a lot of figures to the fore. Refreshingly open and transparent, fronting the management team and developers is now a standard practice for a startup, seen as necessary to building trust in nascent communities of s...

Built on blockchain, controlled by fans: please welcome the new American Football League

23.12.17 06:09 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

We at AmaZix have the opportunity to collaborate with partners involved across a diverse range of fields, each working hard at innovating technologies and disrupting industries.

This week, our partner Fan Controlled Football League (FCFL) has made firm progress towards the creation of of a new Americ...

SyncFab: Simplifying Supply Chain Management

18.12.17 06:10 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

Today we take a look at SyncFab, one of our partners making some moves this month on the automated machining industry — otherwise known as computer numerical control (CNC) machining.

Start up might be a slight misnomer for SyncFab (short for Synchronized Fabrication), a Silicon Valley-based operation...

AmaZix Partners with John Ndege to Launch Specialist Marketing  Firm

12.12.17 06:16 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

AmaZix Partners with John Ndege to Launch Specialist Marketing Firm

12 December 2017, Copenhagen — Blockchain consultancy firm AmaZix, known for their work with trailblazing blockchain companies including Bancor, Bankex, Sharpe Capital, and Hyundai’s HDAC, are today announcing the establishment of Re...

Update on new partnership with Coinounce

11.12.17 06:19 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

Financial tech, particularly blockchain and cryptocurrency, has never been so prominent. One of AmaZix’s strategic goals is to advocate for and encourage mainstream adoption of these disruptive technologies — helping ensure that laypersons aren’t alienated from the latest wave of modern industrial r...

BankEx: An open source PROOF-OF-ASSET protocol to facilitate digitization, tokenization and exchange of traditional assets

30.11.17 06:24 AM By Dan - Comment(s)

AmaZix has been working with BANKEX since the start of October and they quickly grew in popularity to become our largest Telegram group with over 4,000 members. Let take a deep dive into what they’re working on.

BankEx and the Proof-of-Asset (PoA) protocol

Their blockchain approach on the “decent...

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