The Land Sector and the Blockchain: What Happened?

The Land Sector and the Blockchain: What Happened?

The annual World Bank Land and Poverty Conference kickoff is next week (March 25) here in Washington, DC. The ChromaWay US office is just a few blocks away from “The Bank” (not to be confused with the “Iron Bank” from Game of Thrones), where more than 1,500 academics, NGO representatives, technology companies, land registry leaders, surveyors, and planners will congregate for a sort of international Landpalooza. This will be…

A Middle Way Forward for the Blockchain

A Middle Way Forward for the Blockchain

Here in Stockholm we have entered the long months of winter. In the next few weeks, the sun won’t rise until 9:00 am and will set around 3:00 pm. Perhaps it’s some combination of our location and temperate climate which makes Swedes both innovative and practical. We have a track record here on commercializing technologies (Stockholm is second only to Silicon Valley when it comes to…

Chromapolis demo is released!

Chromapolis demo is released!

ChromaWay has released the first dev preview of Chromapolis, giving to developers the great opportunity to test both the platform and Rell - a new relational blockchain programming language. This is a milestone in the development of Chromapolis. Now every developer has an opportunity to try out the platform and make mainstream dapps. ChromaWay aims to have enough infrastructure in place for serious dapp development before launching the mainnet or…

ChromaWay at Blockland 2018 in Cleveland

ChromaWay at Blockland 2018 in Cleveland

I grew-up in Canton, Ohio, just 60 miles south on I-77 of Cleveland. Our family would travel to Cleveland for football (Browns) and baseball (Indians) games, shop, and see relatives who lived in the area.  The city was considered an industrial powerhouse (led by great steel factories) after World War II and its population grew to almost 1 million inhabitants. But, Cleveland fell on hard times beginning in the 1970’…

ChromaWay will partner with Daimler to optimize their internal leasing processes with relational blockchain

ChromaWay will partner with Daimler to optimize their internal leasing processes with relational blockchain

Esplix will allow a simple and more secure way to process these leasings Daimler Grund Services GmbH (DGS), a subsidiary of the international vehicle manufacturer, and ChromaWay AB, blockchain pioneer company from Sweden, have partnered to optimize Daimler Group’s internal leasing process using blockchain. Daimler Grund Service, is a group-owned real estate company that owns the group’s properties in Germany and is responsible for internal lease agreements. The…