It has been an exciting past couple of weeks since announcing our official Token Main Sale date, slated for 18th October. Investors all over Asia have demonstrated a high level of interest in SingleSource, so I recently hopped on a few planes across to Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur. We participated in a couple of high quality private meet ups with investors, customers and blockchain enthusiasts organised by our partner, NxTLvL Consulting. I've managed to meet some great people and learn a lot on this investor roadshow in Asia, so I've provided you all with a quick summary here.
Dundalk, Ireland & Auckland, NZ, October 4th, 2018
GECKO Governance, which recently launched its new ICO compliance solution, GECKO Crypto1, has announced that it has awarded SingleSource, the New Zealand pioneer in decentralised risk scoring and identity verification, the GECKO Stamp of Attestation.
SingleSource is a decentralised identity protocol and risk scoring protocol (“SingleSource protocol”) that draws on the key principles of a self-sovereign identity, solves the problem of trust and enables global interoperability between various platforms.
Auckland, September 25th, 2018 - SingleSource, pioneers in de-centralised risk scoring and identity verification and Cove, New Zealand’s mobile first, digital self-service platform for insurance are pleased to announce that Cove will use SingleSource’s Know Your Customer (KYC) service to check prospective customers against fraud, sanctions or crimes lists.
The SingleSource team is buzzing after returning from our time in Tokyo at the Japan Blockchain Conference! Aaron, Ollie and I had the opportunity to meet lots of passionate people creating innovative applications in the blockchain industry, and lots of people interested in seeing what can be done with the technology. We also showcased the SingleSource product publicly for the first time, and have since received some really positive feedback from consumers and investors alike.
For organisations, fraud is an issue that is estimated to account on average for a 5% loss of revenue in a given year. Despite advancements in software development and predictive analytics, the ability to truly detect and prevent fraud is limited due to the inability to share information across organisations.