Voting – Is there a Better Way?

With recent indictments of 12 Russian agents for the roles they played in tampering with the 2016 presidential campaign, it is no surprise that blockchain has found its way into the voting process. The underlying cryptography of blockchain, combined with its ability to allow transparency into any step of a transactional process, makes it an…

Would you like to know more about the food you’re eating? Blockchain can help

Blockchain Can Help You Know More About the Food You’re Eating By Billy Clabby, Clabby Analytics Yes, you read that correctly. Blockchain, with the help of new emerging technologies, enables visibility into where your food comes from. Meaning that consumers will better understand what they’re putting on their tables and in their mouths. Blockchain is…

How could blockchain fight healthcare fraud?

Clabby Analytics’ last article on blockchain technology in the healthcare field discussed how companies are using blockchain technology to become “first movers,” in their respective industry segments. We also discussed why companies that are not onboard with blockchain should be. Our message was aimed at CTO’s, CFO’s and CIO’s in the healthcare space, and we…

IBM Z: Making Dev Work with Ops

By Joe and Billy Clabby, Clabby Analytics Last week Clabby Analytics attended an IBM analyst briefing on the role of Z Middleware in digital transformation.  We went to learn about IBM’s DevOps environment for the IBM Z (mainframe) – its development tools, operations management environment and  overall digital transformation strategies. After a full day briefing…

Blockchain is changing the way we view Healthcare: A Closer Look

When we hear blockchain, the first vertical market that comes to mind is financial services. Businesses in that industry are implementing blockchain solutions to provide secure and efficient transactions. When we think “transaction,” we usually think money, but blockchain is about much more than that –  its emergence is based on the transparency and process…

BitTicket uses Blockchain to Combat Ticket Fraud

The Problem: In 2017, the City of London Police National Fraud Intelligence Bureau discovered that over the last three years more than $22 million dollars has been lost to ticket fraud. Outside the scope of actual fraud, but still related to ticket sales, reseller ticket websites earn huge profit margins by buying hundreds of tickets…

Cryptocurrency and security

Cryptocurrency company investors have, yet again become victims of phishing attacks, and this is just the beginning… With this week’s news that hackers stole millions of dollars worth of Block.one’s EOS tokens, there is, yet again, more evidence indicating that certain large cryptocurrency companies – and their blockchain platforms – have severe security vulnerabilities. For…

PowerPlex 2018 – Innovation in Manufacturing

Introduction PowerPlex 2018, held May 14-17 in Detroit, Michigan, hosted more than 1,000 members of the Plex community who gathered to learn about new solutions and technologies and share innovative ideas with their peers.  Plex is a leader in cloud-based manufacturing ERP software for a variety of industries including automotive, aerospace and defense, food and…

DB Systel and IBM tackle transportation with blockchain

DB Systel is one of the largest global mobility and logistics companies in Europe. With management of over 12 million passengers daily across their networks, the company always has its eyes on the latest emerging technologies, looking for ways to grow their business while increasing efficiency at the same time. The company’s research and innovation…