Uledger

ICO Dates TBD

Description

ULedger’s unique Hybrid Blockchain architecture allows data to be verified externally without being shared, creating a provable audit trail combined with the security of a private database. Customers can easily create and maintain separate blockchain data structures that work together to certify and corroborate each others’ data without sharing its content. By leveraging blockchain’s capability to create an immutable history of data, our customers get a secure, private, tamper-proof, mathematically verifiable record of the content of their data at a point in time.

 

General
ICO Dates
TBD
Whitelist / KYC
Country
UK
Ticket
ULDS
Token Type
ERC20
Financial
Accepting
ETH
Hard Cap
30M $
Tokens for sale
90,000,000
Team
Josh McIver
Co-founder & CEO
Taulant Ramabaja
Co-founder & CTO
Pete Anewalt
Co-founder & COO
  • 1
    July 2016

    Start of ULeger. First implementation of rudimentary implementation of cross - merkelization without PoW

  • 2
    Sept 2016

    1st customer signed up for ULeger, for an Email use case

  • 3
    July 2017

    RESTful web API of the Uledger core verification product released.

  • 4
    Sept 2017

    1st customer signed up for ULedger data Inegrity. Cross-Merkrlization patent pending in the US.

  • 5
    October 2017

    Rudimentary addition of PoW in the cross-merkelization implementation.

  • 6
    November 2017

    Uledger Data Integrity API 2.0 released

  • 7
    Q1 2018

    Email verification solution built Uledger Logging v 1.0 released

  • 8
    Q3 2018

    Full global patent on cross - Merkelization. On-site RESTful API for faster and more secure access to the blockchain.

  • 9
    Q4 2018

    On-site gRPC interface to your own ULedger instance.

  • 10
    2019

    Uledger become open source Uledger core integrates woth payment channels to give the Uledger token value for preferred cross-merkalization.

  • 11
    2020

    Uledger core integrated into various logging systems and databases.

  • 12
    2021

    Uledger core gRPC extended to support arbitary event-chains, making truly distributed programming possible.