Follow along with TLDR Global's experiences and industry insights on the present and future of blockchain, and its adoption.
In the crypto community, it’s often just as much about who you know as what you know. For new startups, often the first step on their business roadmap is community building. But, if you’re new to the space, how do you achieve this?Read more
Securing digital assets is the number one concern for participants engaging in the crypto economy - from blockchain projects and crypto companies, to institutions looking to engage with the technology. Our team of security experts works with individuals and organizations to safeguard their assets.
Blockchain could revolutionize the online world — offering an immutable record of online transactions making our data secure from the never-ending data breaches. While blockchain, deservedly, has a reputation for being safe, the people who implement it need to practice good cyber hygiene to allow for it to be effective.
There's often been an energy and enthusiasm driving the Asian technology market, with Southeast Asia, in particular, becoming one of the fastest growing economies in the continent. As crypto and blockchain technology start to gain prominence worldwide, SE Asia is readily embracing it all. TLDR is dedicated to staying on the frontline of crypto.
It wasn’t your typical Cannes experience. By design, it was the complete antithesis of the stuff going on by the water.
How many people are able to conduct their financial affairs outside of their borders? It’s an interesting question, and one with significant ramifications for those interested in the process of innovation and entrepreneurship.
The 'Sand Hill Shuffle' has become so ingrained in popular culture as part and parcel of the startup process that entrepreneurs have become resigned to giving away parts of their ventures to get access to the resources they need. But with the rise of cryptocurrencies and ICOs, this dynamic has been turned on its head.
IoT devices are swiftly outnumbering traditional internet-connected servers, desktops, and laptops. In modern life, time is precious and we value the efficiency and ease that a connected network of devices can offer. But there are potential drawbacks.
An ICO is currently the most dominant method of fundraising in the crypto world. It's a tried and tested formula that works. But, with such a wealth of ICOs launching daily, there's a lot of noise in the space. It can be difficult to gain the attention needed to drive a successful public ICO.
South Korea has always pushed to be a major force in technology, and it's now shifting its sights to crypto. These are exciting times for South Korea and TLDR are a part of that excitement, as we advise a South Korean-based project for the first time: Transportation Enterprise Merchandise Customer Organization (TEMCO) Project.
There's pride in the counterculture movement created by the new and innovative projects and businesses cropping up in the cryptosphere. Blockchain is a revolution, but it's not only evolving cyberspace, it's changing how and where we work too.
It’s a brave new world out there in the cryptosphere. Everything is new and exciting, with an infinite realm of possibilities and unlimited potential. People can be forgiven for thinking that crypto is the new Gold Rush or dot-com bubble.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) open up a whole new view on fundraising and the role of transparency and decentralization in building a company. They have become the dominant way to fund new crypto projects.
Since Bitcoin's launch in 2009, the crypto space has evolved massively. Initially, the technology behind the digital currency was designed to cut out the middleman and offer privacy and control in transferring money using an electronic, peer-to-peer system. In the last ten years, however, things have advanced rapidly.
Security is an integral part of TLDR's goals and identity. Our new security-focused practice, TLDR Security, will provide unparalleled cyber and physical security services to the global blockchain market.
The days of the hard sell and aggressive advertising are long gone. Consumers are no longer passive and naïve. They are savvy, experienced and conscious that if they don't find value with one product or service, they know exactly how and where to find a replacement with relative ease.
One of the key considerations within crypto is digital and physical security. The TLDR Security Team have been at the forefront of cybersecurity development and practice in various facets, within both public and private sectors.
Unlike most traditional investment opportunities, crypto is also an open, community-based, social activity. And it is this particular distinction that makes crypto more accessible and appealing.
Investments are a critical part of tokenization projects. We understand that at TLDR, and we want to help open up a new world of investment opportunities that are accessible to everyone.
The crypto space is nimble, just like the underlying blockchain technology that powers it. As a constantly evolving emerging technology, spanning all industries, with countless applications being explored and countless others yet to be discovered, crypto makes it hard to keep up.
ICOs provide a new economic model for fundraising and launching innovative projects. Founders looking to raise capital to fund their vision for a new decentralized ecosystem that provides an innovative solution to an existing problem, or improves their current industry model, see tokenization as the key to getting their project off the ground.
Physical security covers the protection of personnel, hardware, software, networks, and data from physical actions and events that could cause serious loss or damage.
The core of Strategic Operations at TLDR comprises a team with pretty diverse backgrounds. Despite these differences, they’re driven by a sense of purpose and sincerity about everything they do in the crypto space.
The cryptosphere is quickly becoming the counterculture of modern times, gaining a well-deserved reputation for being innovative and disruptive. So it makes sense to see crypto businesses turning away from long-established and often bureaucratic funding methods and embracing new approaches to raising capital.
Digital security is a perennial hot topic. In the wake of phishing scams, misuse of personal data and malware, the world has been placed on perpetual high alert for security threats to our PCs. But, personal computers are no longer our only route to access the online world.