Adjoint brings technical expertise to Energy Trading Association as newest member of LEAP
Boston, MA and London, UK – February 02, 2018 – Adjoint, developer of a smart contracts platform and distributed ledger technology for the financial and commodities industry, announced today that it has joined LEAP, the industry organisation providing Leadership for Energy Automated Processing. Adjoint will contribute to the industry’s digitization initiatives.Read More
Adjoint chosen as one of The Most Innovative FinTech Companies Of 2018
Adjoint has been chosen by a panel including fintech experts from The London Stock Exchange, Ernst & Young, Baringa, London & Partners, The Realization Group, Innovate Finance, Seismic Foundry, CBPE Capital, Lloyds Banking Group, and Harrington Starr as one of the most influential FinTech Companies of 2018.Read More
Blockchain’s Smart Contract solution wins Ernst Young Startup Challenge
The world is abuzz with news about blockchain development and technology lawyers need to understand the implications. The rise of smart contracts, or automated implementation of portions of real-life contracts by transferring assets between parties, is one of those interesting implications. A smart contract is neither smart, nor a contract, but can be regarded by lawyers as a technological solution that automates some transfer between parties to a contract, such as payment or release of information, upon the occurrence of a triggering event. At its most basic, a smart contract consists of fixed program code, a storage file and an account.