What drives us?
By design, a blockchain is resistant to modification of the data, it is an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between parties.
Blockchains are the innovation behind the invention of cryptocurrencies, starting with Bitcoin. But they can be used for many other applications as well.
Blockchains can be used for the distribution of information which will be hard to change or delete, for verifying supply chains for businesses & product origins for customers, and much more.
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Financial technology, often shortened to fintech, is the technology and innovation that aims to compete with traditional financial methods.
Some things that can or do fall into this category include: blockchain, cryptocurrency, digital wallets, and P2P lending platforms, among others. It may also include things such as debit/credit cards, NFC (Near Field Communication) devices, etc.
At least on the face of it, Fintech is meant to offer faster, more flexible, and sometimes more independent financial options for users. Want a new purely digital asset class? Try cryptocurrencies, and even “stablecoins”. Want to pay faster? Use a digital wallet connected to your phone and pay with a simple tap or by putting it in close proximity to a reading device. The list goes on.
While some of these innovations are quite convenient, they can have their drawbacks, such as being relatively new and unregulated, or even the concern of potentially losing levels of freedom down the road.
Financial technology is a fast growing industry, and is among one of our favorite topics.
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Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources, which are naturally replenished on a relatively short timescale, such as sunlight or wind.
There are a tonne of renewable energy options available, and some still waiting for commercialization. Like many things, renewables have positive and negative implications. The obvious positive implications include the potential of “free” energy, loosening our dependence on fossil fuels (and conserving them), and most would say clean or green energy as well. That’s where some of the negative implications come in, such as mining, refining, production, and distribution processes that are often overlooked; later disposal of hazardous materials; large land use (in the case of wind and solar); harm to wildlife; sometimes higher energy costs, and big industry with big players with special interests behind the scenes.
Nevertheless, renewable energy is an exciting and growing field, and will likely continue to be well into the future. And as with most things, innovations offer hope of increasing efficiency and safety, lowering costs, using different materials, etc.
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A startup is a company initiated by individual founders or entrepreneurs to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.
Startups are an important part of a country’s economy, and of taking society into the future. New startups often bring new products & innovations, services, and jobs to the economy. They also cause competition, which helps other businesses realize where they need to improve.
Entrepreneurship and self employment (when done right) also offer the opportunity for an individual or group to live the life they want to live, without being stuck in the 9-5 job. Entrepreneurs are the ones who launch startups.
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How do we work?
Here's a quick and simplified look at what you can expect from Cyberius, and how we'll create your specially tailored solution, whether it's an infographic or a marketing campaign.
Initial call or meeting where we can establish your needs and expectations.
This is where we get our hands dirty and work closely on solutions.
Once we're done, we send you all of the deliverables for you to publish!
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