Blockchain Development Services



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As a Chief Innovation Officer, you are responsible for driving innovation and growth. You are interested in all the ways to improve efficiency, transparency, and security across your company’s operations.
As a Chief Technical Officer you are responsible for technology infrastructure, and seek the way to enhance data security and protection, improve data sharing, and create new digital solutions. One of your options is to use decentralised apps and smart contracts to automate transactions.
As a Chief Financial Officer, you want to streamline financial transactions, track assets, and automate processes seeking cost reduction and improved accountability. You want to automate business processes and reduce the costs associated with intermediaries.
As a government official responsible for secure services provision, you want to create e-services for citizens, improve and simplify bureaucratic processes, while keeping user data completely secure.
All of this is possible by incorporating blockchain technology into your operations. Today, industries such as banking, logistics, healthcare, and the public sector are adapting blockchain for a variety of purposes, such as:

  • payment systems, exchanges, clearing and settlement systems;
  • commodity tracking, inventory management, anti-counterfeiting;
  • medical record storage, data access management, clinical trials;
  • electronic voting, digital identification, registration of property rights;
  • cryptocurrencies.

Through researching sources, we know that blockchain will bring $3.1 trillion in new value to businesses by 2030, the technology is already gearing up for mass adoption. That means understanding the practical applications of blockchain today will expand the opportunities your business can leverage tomorrow.


Blockchain as a transformative technology, removes intermediaries and streamlines value exchange, paving the way to trust and efficiency. But how can it benefit your business?

Risks and Solutions

While blockchain offers a revolutionary approach to business operations, its adoption comes with potential challenges. However, with proper planning and mitigation strategies, you can overcome these challenges. Here are some key potential risks and some solutions how to address them:
    Blockchain networks, especially those using proof-of-work (PoW) consensus mechanisms, can face scalability issues, limiting transactions per second (TPS) and increasing transaction costs. A mitigation strategy can be the implementation of layer 2 solutions like Lightning Network for Bitcoin or Plasma and Sharding for Ethereum to increase TPS without compromising security. Or you can switch to more scalable consensus mechanisms such as proof-of-stake (PoS) or delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS).
    Regulatory Uncertainty:
    The regulatory framework for blockchain varies significantly across jurisdictions. This uncertainty is emphasised by the long-term debate about Bitcoin becoming an ETF in the US which eventually concluded positively in January 2024. As noted in a recent BBC article, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues to confront issues related to market manipulation, investor protection and the underlying stability of bitcoin by delaying a decision on several proposed bitcoin ETF applications. This delay reflected the regulatory complexities associated with integrating innovative technologies, such as blockchain, into established financial systems, and highlights the need for further regulatory clarity and international cooperation to effectively address these challenges.
    There are numerous blockchain platforms, but they often lack interoperability. Invest in developing and implementing cross-chain protocols that enable communication and transactions between different blockchain ledgers. You can also work towards establishing industry standards for blockchain interoperability. Some existing initiatives working towards are the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) or Hyperledger.
    Security Concerns:
    While blockchain is inherently secure, its applications, including smart contracts, are not immune to vulnerabilities and attacks. Conduct regular security audits of blockchain applications and smart contracts. Implement the latest security practices and incident response strategies. Educate developers and users on security best practices and common vulnerabilities, such as logic bugs or reentrancy, in blockchain systems.
    Energy Consumption:
    Proof of Work (PoW) blockchains, such as Bitcoin, are criticized for their high energy consumption, raising environmental concerns. To mitigate this, you can encourage the adoption of Proof of Stake (PoS) or other less energy-intensive consensus mechanisms.
    Privacy Concerns:
    Public blockchains offer transparency but can also expose user data and transaction details, raising privacy concerns. Implement technologies like zero-knowledge proofs to enable transaction validation without revealing sensitive information. Use hybrid blockchains that combine the transparency of public blockchains with the privacy features of private blockchains.


We offer a comprehensive suite of services that leverage blockchain technology for your business. Our blockchain-related services include:

We deliver solutions that operate according to the 5 core principles of blockchain:

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