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What is Blockchain Apparatus?
Blockchain Apparatus is a platform for creating Web 3.0 apps: apps that use the power of the blockchain. The blockchain enhances the power of the web and opens up a whole new world of possibilities. If you need an app that stores data or requires a high level of security, using the blockchain both lowers costs and increases functionality. Blockchain Apparatus can create customizable, adjustable and flexible solutions to accommodate any client’s specific circumstances. Our team has been captivated by and working with blockchain technology for years before it became a “buzzword.”
What is a Blockchain?
The blockchain is a new way of storing records. Once data is entered into the blockchain database, it cannot be altered. Blockchain technology removes the need for trust between parties, because the records can be independently verified for accuracy and integrity. The digital currency Bitcoin is the first application of blockchain technology, but blockchains have endless utility beyond finance.
Learn more about how it applies to voting, notaries and smart contracts.
With over thirty years of experience in technology and politics, Nick is a pioneer and thought leader in the blockchain paradigm.
Eric Dixon is a prominent blockchain regulatory attorney in New York. He has a total of 20 years of legal experience handling business deals, advising businesses, investors and others and handling regulatory compliance, transactions. Mr. Dixon has successfully represented major media organizations in litigation against various governments. Mr. Dixon is a 1994 graduate of Yale Law School, a member of the bar of both New York and New Jersey, and is regularly quoted by the news media on legal and regulatory matters.
Allan Stevo has written extensively on a broad range of topics covering technology and politics.
Andrew Martin is the CTO of Public Appeal with over 9 years of IT experience.
Katherine Obermeyer is a digital designer and developer with experience in tangible user interfaces. She is a graduate of Wellesley College where she cross-registered at MIT and conducted research in the MIT Media Laboratory. She is a Bitcoin Activist and runs bitcoinwomen.org