Use Case: Driving the digitization of society
Blockchain cryptocurrency digital society metaverse
Follow me on a journey featuring smart contracts and dapps, collectibles museum, online fitness centers, the metaverse(s) and some insights on how blockchain use cases will shape the [virtual] landscape of the future. This publication takes you on a digital tour to discover the metaverse and virtual land of the future.
Exploring Smart Accounts with ERC-4337
Blockchain cryptocurrency smart accounts Ethereum ERC-4337
Ethereum is moving forward every day with many contributors at work, defining new standards for tokens or processes using the technology. Lately, one of the EIPs, or Ethereum Improvement Proposal, which has seen most discussions around is ERC-4337. This publication explains ERC-4337 and why it made the buzz lately!
22 smart contracts examples to watch in 2023
Blockchain cryptocurrency smart contract Ethereum
Let us take you on a journey in a digitized society with your privacy, ownership and rights – always in mind. A society, that is not run by computers, much rather a society that is enabled by computers. This publication illustrates examples of smart contracts and describes how these could be useful to society today.
dHealth AMA: What makes our protocol different?
Blockchain cryptocurrency smart contract dHealth Healthcare
In this podcast with dHealth, I answer to an AMA - short for Ask Me Anything - about the blockchain protocol and about how the community can join in building the future of healthcare. This podcast goes on about some of the feats that make dHealth Network so attractive as a public blockchain infrastructure for Healthcare.
Making blockchain real: Short-lived smart contracts
Blockchain cryptocurrency smart contract MBR
In this third episode of the Making blockchain real (MBR) Series, we take a look at Disposable Smart Contracts and apply their utility using a blockchain (P2P) network. These smart contracts are said to be "ephemeral" or "short-lived" because their lifecycle is limited. This publication illustrates this with examples.
Making blockchain real: Swapable automated liquidity pools
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In this second episode of the Making blockchain real (MBR) Series, we take a look at Swapable, which is an open standard that I defined based on the Uniswap project. We have released a reference implementation in a library we called Swapable. This publication describes the library and general liquidity pool features.
Making blockchain real: Explaining Bitcoin
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In this first episode of the Making blockchain real (MBR) Series, we take a look at Bitcoin, and put light on some of the ideas that flourished with the publication of its whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto. This publication showcases kernel features such as Mining and Block difficulty in a simplistic way for any developer.
Integrity in the era of data
Blockchain data security digital signature
In modern times – in today’s digitized world – data is often compared to gold. But who secures the integrity of today’s gold? Do you have a way of making sure your data wasn’t maliciously changed? Do you earn money or interests on your sharing of data? This publication illustrates how you must care about your data, a LOT.
How digital signatures work in blockchain
Blockchain digital identity digital signature
At the heart of blockchain networks lays a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) that foresees the use of a pair of keys, of which one end – the public key – is intended to be public and the other end – the private key – is held only by the signer in person. In this publication, you'll find out how blockchain and PKI match.
Symbol from NEM: The ultimate guide to start harvesting blocks
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In this publication, you will walk through the process of enabling your account(s) to harvest BLOCKS on the Symbol from NEM blockchain network or compatible networks like dHealth Network. This publication illustrates different techniques such as using a Wallet software to enable harvesting or using a command-line tool.
Symbol from NEM: Powering Possibility
Blockchain cryptocurrency NEM source code Symbol
Distributed, Fast, Secure; The LEGO of blockchains is back with more building blocks; From Public assets, to distributed name zones via network-wide account and assets restrictions, metadata and cross-chain atomic swaps features – Symbol from NEM is all you need from a blockchain network - and it's now LIVE and PUBLIC.
How to use blockchain for your ecommerce?
Blockchain cryptocurrency digital business e-commerce
Wondering how to use blockchain for your e-commerce? Here is a simplistic showcase applying the features of blockchain and cryptocurrency in ecommerce software such as WooCommerce or Shopify. This publication illustrates a couple useful features of blockchain networks that you can use in your own shopping website.
What are Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets (HD Wallet)?
Blockchain cryptocurrency hd wallet
Blockchain and cryptocurrency wallet software come with a steep learning curve. In this article we will demystify hierarchical deterministic wallets (also referred to as HD wallets), as introduced in Bitcoin Improvement Proposal 32 (BIP32). Our team also defined an open standard about this topic, read in to find out.
How to use blockchain for your business?
Blockchain cryptocurrency digital business
Ever tried to use blockchain for your business? In this article we’ll illustrate how to use blockchain features and map them to operational and functional processes of running a business. With the aim to operate safely, transparently and cost efficiently, this publication illustrates how business and blockchain match.
How to use blockchain to tokenise your supply chain?
Blockchain cryptocurrency digital business tokenization
Ever tried to use blockchain to tokenise a business' supply chain? Find out here, how to use blockchain features, map them to a business data layer – to ultimately operate your supply chain with more cost efficiency. This publication walks you through examples of tokenization, governance and other blockchain features.
NIP 16 - Components Library for Symbol from NEM
Blockchain components smart contracts
This publication defines a technical specification of a components library for direct coupling of Software with Symbol from NEM. It facilitates and accelerates the process of integration of Symbol from NEM or dHealth Network in Client Software such as Wallets, Explorers, dApps (distributed apps) and/or Smart Contracts.
Grégory Saive at Consensus 2020 - NEM Security Tokens
Blockchain cryptocurrency NEM Consensus
In this talk at Consensus 2020, I presented Symbol from NEM and some of its characteristics to scale fast, as well as an open standard for Security Tokens using the technology. The talk was held remotely (during COVID times) and includes an example usage of such security tokens to track business investments on the market.
NIP 13 - Security Token Standard for Symbol from NEM
Blockchain security token NFT tokenization
This publication defines a standard for the issuance and management of security tokens and NFTs using Symbol from NEM technology. This standard is structured as such that standard interfaces are defined to facilitate operations and interrogations related to security tokens and NFTs using compatible blockchain networks.
NIP 8 - Symbol Technology Release for Public Network
Blockchain migration NEM Symbol
This publication defines a decision making process about upgrading the current public blockchain network NEM (NIS1) with the newly available Symbol Technology for Symbol from NEM (Catapult). With 4 years of uptime at the time of writing, the NEM blockchain is one of the prominent distributed ledger solutions available.
NIP 6 - Multi-Account Hierarchy for Deterministic Wallets
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This publication defines a standard for hierarchical deterministic wallets for Symbol from NEM. It uses Bitcoin's BIP32, BIP39, BIP43, BIP44 and SLIP-10 as sources for documentation purpose. This standard improves handling of wallets with NEM and compatible P2P networks including dHealth Network and Symbol from NEM.
In signo veritas - Einstieg in die Public-Ledger-Entwicklung mit NEM
Blockchain NEM Games Smart Contracts Node.js
Printed article in the german iX magazine by Heise Verlag (heise.de). This publication introduces PacNEM, a blockchain-first browser game that uses cryptocurrency to reward players and showcases some use cases for tokens and blockchain networks in the gaming industry, including a Pay-to-Play and Sponsored-Play feature.
NIP 7 - QR Library Standard Definition
Blockchain NEM Symbol Smart Contracts
This publication defines a QR-Code Standard that allows for generating different types of QR codes for smart contacts, for wallet backups and/or for offline transaction requests (offline smart contracts). This standard defines a cross-client and cross-network QR-code standard alongside a reference implementation in TS.
Developing Games or Applications with the NEM Blockchain and Node.js
Blockchain NEM Games Smart Contracts Node.js
Linking a blockchain to a game or application development project is a little more complicated than what you might think as it requires a good understanding of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) networks, brought back to life with blockchains. Using such technology can be challenging at times- this publication shall help you at it.