After a productive year of work on the Baseline Protocol and growing customer demand, Provide and Unibright are consolidating their enterprise technology stacks under a single entity. The unified offering will create a low-code, end-to-end integration suite and enable a new age of interorganizational business process automation using public blockchain as the backbone.
Blockchain innovators Provide and Unibright team up outside the Baseline Protocol Initiative to produce integrated no-code, low-touch devops toolset for blockchain based on emerging standards.
Several times now, systems for micropayments tried and failed to capture the market because of steep fees or impractical digital currencies. However, with the advent of blockchain and improved digital payments architecture, micropayments in real currencies are now possible. This post explains how modern payment rails enable micropayments that work in today’s world.
Provide is packaging several of our tools to form our new message bus service. The Provide message bus is a low-code distributed systems architecture for publishing arbitrary data messages to a distributed filesystem and seamlessly anchoring the proof-of-existence for each message on a configured public or permissioned blockchain. Provide’s message bus service will be available soon.
In November, Carmony will be participating in the Talking Traffic Light Challenge using Provide to showcase a new application that tracks license plate traffic through intersections, and makes that data queryable. The ambitious project will focus on integrating a license plate recognition oracle, with much of the application foundation built on the Provide platform and the new Provide message bus service that is currently in beta.
In this case study for Provide's blockchain service packs, we share the background and results of a technical security audit of the Counterfactual smart contracts for Connext v2, the popular peer-to-peer micropayments infrastructure.
Today's internet is broadly susceptible to centralized control, surveillance, and manipulation. The whitepaper titled Secure Communications Using Blockchain outlines in broad terms the challenges and opportunities involved in secure communications.
Provide now offers blockchain services to provide strategic services and development to projects looking to onboard services on the Provide Platform, or for organizations looking to build custom decentralized applications. Provide is also introducing three Success Packs, aimed at development of smart contracts and security audits.
The Provide Payments engineering team just added two new services for Payment Hubs and KYC to the Provide Platform.
Provide CEO, Kyle Thomas joins Blockchannel's podcast hosts Steven McKie and Dr. Corey Petty to discuss how companies are building on blockchain, and how Provide is inspiring the enterprise to use blockchain today.
Provide now builds the Provide Platform, and builds ON the Provide Platform. New turnkey solutions designed to make blockchain benefits more accessible will be coming soon. The first solution will be Provide Payments, followed by Provide Privacy.
Small companies lead blockchain investment. 70% of overall investment originates from private companies. Projects are 40% more likely to originate from IT, while Ethereum is the foundation for the clear majority (62%). Provide Technologies, Emory University and Aprio sponsored the State of the Enterprise Blockchain Study.
Smaller companies are investing more in blockchain, security is the key business driver, and its expected to be mainstream by 2025.