Blockchain and Ethereum technology can be very confusing if you don’t have a background in either. It seems that every time I mention that I work for a Blockchain company, the conversation inevitably goes to how exactly it works and what it all means. One aspect that can appear daunting is understanding an Ethereum wallet.
Dear Community, If you care about our company and/or the freight and logistics industry (which we really hope you do!), then this is the email you’ve been waiting for. Because today, we have something extra special for you. No, it’s not some announcement of an announcement about an announcement or any blockchain hype. It’s better.
The simple problem with “private blockchains” is that they discard everything you love about the decentralization revolution. Instead of open, trustless, censorship-resistant systems, ad campaigns whitewash you with a deluge of “solutions to public chain pain points,” like faster block times, lower fees, and higher transaction throughput, while throwing the proverbial baby out with the
Guest post by ShipChain's Director of Product Development, Daven Jones I get asked this question a lot in my day to day life. Friends, family, convention goers, technology meet up participants, people I see at the gym while donning my ShipChain t-shirt - pretty much everyone. In general, the vaguely and wonderfully curious. At first,
It's the end of Q3, a little over 3 months since our last tech update! It's an exciting time here at ShipChain, with full-steam development ongoing across over a dozen codebases and new talent constantly joining our team as we grow into a powerful workforce. We've been building some interesting initiatives that we're excited to