Introducing Proofi by LTO Network – Fighting Digital Fraud

Fraud has always been a major concern among companies. Legitimate companies can only afford to invest a small proportion of their resources in anti-fraud/cybercrime defense. Contrast this with the 100% dedication placed by criminals in their pursuit. Both the business and our personal world today are constantly becoming more digital.  “90% of cyber attacks ($4 Trillion per year in damages) start with an email, handled by a person. ~ 2019 Data Breach Investigation by Verizon“ LTO Network suggests a globally applicable tool to fight fraud; a new standard for trust that can be used in every system. The only way to protect society against fraud is to work together by collaborating, creating a network effect that makes every individual or ...

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What is Driving the Mobile Application Market?

Everywhere you look you can often find someone who is looking down at their phone. It seems like these handheld technological powerhouses have taken over our lives. Whether it be the convenience of ordering a pizza without having to leave your home, having access to practically every song ever written, or the dopamine rush from getting over one hundred “likes” on your most recent Instagram post, there are so many conveniences, features, and most importantly, applications that make a mobile phone so enticing. Gartner estimates that the market for mobile applications is expected to hit $311.25 billion by 2023 and is to achieve this through a staggering compound annual growth rate of 19.2%[1]. This hyper-growth means that there are plenty ...

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Installment to Engagement: Popular Mobile Application Trends Among Users

Mobile application developers are always on the lookout for ways to drive user growth and the adoption of their products and solutions. Of the number of potential strategies, the most effective ones recently have centered around the seamless integration of the app into the user’s routine and daily life. Just a few examples: Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Youtube, Uber, and Instagram- Communication, messaging, information, news, social interaction, transportation, and photographs. As can clearly be seen, each application does not have any revolutionary value proposition, but they all excel in necessitating use by fitting themselves in each person’s daily life in some capacity. This reflects the current trend: A move from simple installation to interaction. Shifting the focus from installment to ...

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Fractional Ownership Of Everything Assetization Tokenization (Part VI)

Benefits and characteristics of Assetization or Tokenization (of assets) are in part I and II of this series. We also looked already in detail at STO in USA (II), since the US market displays strong interest and offers a large market-size. We also covered most of the EU in part III, APAC and MENA in part IV.and the Caribbean in part V. This is the last part. Financial regulatory authorities by country A-B Afghanistan – Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) Albania – Albanian Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA) Algeria – Commission d’Organisation et de Surveillance des Opérations de Bourse (COSOB) Andorra – Andorran Financial Authority (AFA) Anguilla – Anguilla Financial Services Commission Antigua & Barbuda – Financial Services Regulatory Commission Argentina – Comisión Nacional de Valores (CNV) Armenia – Central Bank of Armenia (CBA) Australia: Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)  ...

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Fractional Ownership Of Everything Assetization Tokenization (Part V)

Benefits and characteristics of Assetization or Tokenization (of assets) are in part I and II of this series. We also looked already in detail at STO in USA (II), since the US market displays strong interest and offers a large market-size. We also covered most of the EU in part III, APAC and MENA in part IV. The goal of this series is to show that in theory everything can be tokenized, tangible and intangible, as token embedded smart contracts serve the same function as traditional paper-contract, and to showcase different legislation in different jurisdictions. Token has certain advantages over paperwork, some obvious, some not, eg. automatization of renewals, improved security through distributed technology consensus mechanism, impossibility to tamper, convenient reconciliation and auditability, and many more. ...

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Fractional Ownership Of Everything Assetization Tokenization (Part IV)

Benefits and characteristics of Assetization or Tokenization (of assets) are in part I and II of this series. We also looked already in detail at STO in USA (II), since the US market displays strong interest and offers a large market-size. We also covered most of the EU in part III. The goal of this series is to show that in theory everything can be tokenized, tangible and intangible, as token embedded smart contracts serve the same function as traditional paper-contract, and to showcase different legislation in different jurisdictions. Token has certain advantages over paperwork, some obvious, some not, eg. automatization of renewals, improved security through distributed technology consensus mechanism, impossibility to tamper, convenient reconciliation and auditability, and many more. Tokenized Offerings Asia Pacific Tokenized ...

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