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Alan Green talks about news from Coinsilium, Dekel Agri-Vision & Union Jack Oil

 

Alan Green talks about news from #COIN Coinsilium, Dekel Agri-Vision & #UJO Union Jack Oil

NFT Vision Hack – Alan Green talks to Coinsilium (AQX: COIN, OTCQB: CINGF) CEO Eddy Travia

 

Alan Green talks to Eddy Travia, CEO & Co-Founder of Coinsilium (AQX: #COIN, OTCQB: $CINGF), a Blockchain & Open Finance venture builder based in Gilbratar.

Eddy talks about his role in the evolution of Coinsilium from the first ever blockchain IPO on the Aquis market, through to the move to Gilbraltar and last year’s pivot to become a venture builder in the blockchain and Non Fungible Token space.

We look at the Nifty Labs JV between Indorse and Coinsilium, and the potential of the new NFT Marketplace currently under development. We then discuss NFT Vision Hack, an NFT focussed global hackathon organised jointly between Coinsilium and Indorse, and Eddy outlines what he expects from it, before Eddy discusses the NFT market in comparison to the cryptocurrency market

We finish with a look at the financial position of Coinsilium ahead of the interims, before Eddy provides some H2 2021 milestones to look out for.

 

Alan Green talks Bitcoin, Berkeley Group #BKG, Mosman O&G #MSMN & Altona Rare Earths #ANR on UK Investor Magazine podcast

Berkeley Group, Bitcoin and Rare Earths with Alan Green

Alan Green joins the Podcast for our weekly instalment of markets and UK equities.

This Podcast starts by looking at Bitcoin and the factors driving the recent selloff. China has implemented restriction on Bitcoin that sent the price spiralling and we look at both sides of the argument around whether now is a time to buy.

We explore Berkeley Group Holdings (LON:BKG) after the company updates the market on a bumper 2020 where the South East focused house builder managed to grow their top line despite the pandemic.

However, shares in the London-listed company fell in the immediate aftermath and we question whether investors were simply expecting too much from the company, or were nerves around a slowdown in the wider housing market driving sentiment.

Rightmove said they saw house prices rise 0.8% in June, down from 1.8% in May.

We also discuss Mosman Oil & Gas (LON:MSMN) and Altona Energy (LON:ANR).

Alan Green talks to Coinsilium #COIN $CINGF Executive Chairman Malcolm Palle

Alan Green talks to Malcolm Palle, Executive Chairman of Coinsilium (AQX: #COIN, OTCQB: $CINGF), a Blockchain & Open Finance venture builder based in Gilbratar.

Malcolm traces the history of Coinsilium as the first ever blockchain IPO on the Aquis market, through to the move to Gilbraltar and last year’s pivot to become a venture builder in the blockchain and Non Fungible Token space.

We discuss the nebulous opportunities available across the NFT market, with examples of digital art by Beeple and the Kings of Leon album release as an NFT.

Malcolm then covers the company finances before providing some key takeaway points and milestones for investors.

Blockchain – which do you choose VHS or Beta?

No sooner do most retail market investors finally understand the difference between cryptocurrency and blockchain, (simply put crypto needs blockchain, blockchain doesn’t need crypto), than the timely debate starts as to which platforms are actually commercially viable.

With Bitcoin and Ethereum taking up the most column inches, the uninitiated could easily believe they are the only platforms out there.

Whilst they are arguably the most popular names in the public blockchain arena, there are many other public and private platforms offering distributed ledger technology (DLT), each with their own strengths and weaknesses.

As you can probably guess, given the title the only certainty is that they don’t talk to each other. Older readers will of course remember the hackneyed comparison and discussions regarding VHS (JVC) and Betamax (Sony) home video recorder systems in the dim and distant past. While it would be nice to think that we we’ve learnt something about technical standards in that time, it appears not to be the case – after all who really needs interoperability anyway?

Accenture’s press release (1) earlier this month details its approach to enable two or more disparate blockchains to have some form of communication whether this be transfer of a tokenised asset or data mapping different blocks across different blockchains. The devil is of course in the detail, but this is obviously a move in the right direction; anything that helps bring together two organisations with different technical solutions and / or with disparate requirements must be good.

Interoperability is key to the take-up of DLT technology. Therefore, the ability to run an application on a DLT platform, any DLT platform is a key consideration with solutions like Sequestrum our Universal Digital Repository application (2). The universal element here was designed in from day one, we wanted to achieve an application that had near zero barrier to entry, an application that could be added to legacy systems to provide that immutable proof of record whether the use case be for copyright, audit or governance, without have to re-engineer vast swaths of code.

It was equally important that the application could sit on top of the client’s choice of DLT platform. Taking the approach adopted by some of the application development frameworks, we looked to separate the application from the DLT platform, choosing to interface these via an application programming layer (API). Not a new solution, but very flexible. In theory this API layer acts like the Babel fish, allowing two incompatible elements to communicate, sometimes easily, sometimes with a bit more complexity. In this case allowing the application to remain agnostic to whichever platform it is accessing its data from.

Sequestrum is fully owned by us at Catenae Innovation (CTEA.L), is already listed on the LSE and is in many ways well ahead of Silicon Valley as a proven, cash generating offering.

Developed by Alan Simpson, better known for building and launching the BBC iPlayer, Sequestrum is currently being developed on two private DLT blockchain platforms and is a leap forward both in being both cost effective to the end user and ultra efficient compared to current solutions.

Our next client implementation is based on a Hyperledger platform, after all if it’s good enough for IBM!

We may yet have to deliver the modern age equivalent of the morphing tape cartridge to fit all the VCRs in the world, but the Catenae team are more than happy that Sequestrum is a good start.

by Tony Sanders

Links
https://newsroom.accenture.com/news/accenture-enables-interoperability-between-major-blockchain-platforms.htm
https://www.catenaeinnovation.com/products-and-services/p/sequestrum

 

 

 

Brand Comms CEO Alan Green talks Bitcoin $BTC, Andalas Energy #ADL, Cadence Minerals #KDNC, AB Dynamics #ABDP and Speedy Hire #SDY on VOX Markets podcast

Brand Comms CEO Alan Green talks Bitcoin $BTC Andalas Energy #ADL Cadence Minerals #KDNC AB Dynamics #ABDP and VectorVest pick Speedy Hire #SDY. The interview is right at the start.

Brand CEO Alan Green talks Bitcoin $BTC, i3 Energy #I3E & SciSys #SSY on VOX Markets podcast

Brand CEO Alan Green talks Bitcoin $BTC, i3 Energy #I3E & SciSys #SSY with Justin Waite on VOX Markets podcast. The interview is 27 minutes 57 seconds in.

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