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We’re excited to announce that our new and refreshed website is now live. Our updated site includes changes to navigation for both mobile and desktop and displays drop-down menus highlighting the services that we offer and our areas of speciality.

What’s the difference between Bitcoin and the Blockchain?

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Bitcoin is a digital currency system that enables participants to create and transfer bitcoins using a blockchain which are the rails upon which the bitcoins are created and transferred.

Digital Cash – A Short Briefing Note

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What is cash

Cash is a bearer instrument which means it carries no record of ownership. The holder of the cash is assumed to be the owner and they may pass that to another person who then becomes the new owner. This leads to a number of properties that define the use of cash in our environment,

Visa Contactless Smart Cards and the $999,999.99 fraud

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Contactless payment cards have long been a topic of conversation, if somebody brushed against you on the underground could they take your money?But before answering that we need to look at the latest discovery by security researchers at Newcastle University who have discovered that the Visa smart card software which has a £20 payment limit is not applied in any foreign currency.

The Blockchain - A Short Briefing Note

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1.The Blockchain is a register or database containing statements (e.g. ownership, rights or a smart contract) provided by the participants to provide a complete history. The history cannot be modified or deleted you can only add new statements

GCHQ – The stable door is open and the horse has bolted!

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The new head of GCHQ, Robert Hannigan writing in the FT today has warned US technology companies such as Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp are aiding terrorist organisations by providing social media messaging that may be used to promote their cause. He further goes on to add that encrypting messages which is now routinely available can add further challenges to the security services.

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