The goal of crypto is not to play games with million-dollar pictures of monkeys, it’s to do things that accomplish meaningful effects in the real world.
- Vitalik Buterin
Tokenization of Assets
Over the next decade, every physical, digital and financial asset that can be tokenized, will be tokenized. Once an asset becomes tokenized, its properties become immutable and cryptographically verifiable without a centralized trust authority.
Digitial Property Rights
Censorship-resistant exchange of digital property rights at a massive scale, to enable billions of users, applications and machines to exchange rights in real time with almost zero friction.
Information Supply Chains
The inventors of the Internet weren't thinking about data at rest – they were thinking about how to exchange data in a decentralized network that would be resistant to nuclear attack. This has led to a model were the focus on security has been on data in motion, yet all data in motion starts and finishes as data at rest. As such on today's Internet, data is not verifiable – there is no mechanism to verify the properties of data, and organizations rely on process and trusted insiders. There is no concept of an information supply chain where parties can verify the provenance of data as it moves across networks and organizational boundaries.
To onboard the next billion users into crypto, we need a seamless experience that just works in day to day life. SpotlightPOS shows how this can be done - using Alphabill to build a cashless payments system with a delightful user experience.
Building enterprise software with blockchain technology has remained an impossibility due to the current limitations of scale, cost and performance. Alphabill's linear scale and token portability opens up a new world of enterprise use cases.
Healthcare should be a logical domain for the practical implementation of blockchain applications. Contemporary healthcare systems are fragmented, non-transparent, and operated by financially-driven intermediaries.