A year ago, it looked like cryptocurrency might have the world’s biggest market cap, but now that its price has surpassed $4,000 per coin, that seems unlikely.
Still, as the blockchain world continues to develop, the tech can offer a way for businesses to securely record their transactions and then use it to sell that data for other businesses to use.
That’s the potential behind a blockchain-based system called RethinkDB, which has been developed by the University of Waterloo and the London School of Economics.
The project is designed to help businesses track and record their spending with ease and to build the world first fully decentralized data storage system.
The system is already being used by banks, retail stores, government agencies and other entities to track their spending and identify patterns of transactions, including sales of goods and services.
In addition to using blockchain technology to track spending, the company is also exploring ways to use blockchain technology for business, as it will likely need to store information that is not public.
While the blockchain technology is not without its drawbacks, it has been used to track billions of dollars worth of transactions in the past.
For example, the digital currency bitcoin was recently purchased for $18 billion by a group of investors, and it is estimated to be worth more than $200 billion by 2020.
The company’s team says the system could be used to store transactions that are not publicly available.
The idea behind the system is that companies could store data and use it in ways that would otherwise not be possible.
In this sense, the technology would be similar to how the blockchain system could record and analyze transactions for other entities.
It would provide a decentralized way for companies to record and use data that they do not control and store it in a decentralized fashion.
According to the company, its goal is to create a new data storage market that would allow businesses to store a massive amount of data in a way that they cannot see or manipulate, and to leverage that data in ways they would not have been able to before.
In terms of business models, the startup hopes to use the system to record customer purchases of food and clothing, as well as the transactions for which it does not own the data.
This would allow the company to then sell the data in the market.
For now, it is working on the platform in conjunction with the London University of Economics, but the company says it plans to open up the system for commercial use by 2020, once it has developed a prototype.
According the company’s website, the goal of the system’s system is to record, store and analyze data that is stored on an encrypted network of computers.
This means that there is no one person or organization that has full control of the data that can control it, such as a corporation.
The data would then be available to anyone who has access to the network, including other businesses that have a need to access it.
The team is also working to create an API that would make it easier for users to use their data in different ways.
This includes the ability to sell data to businesses, or to make it accessible to users.
For instance, an individual could use the API to create, sell or store a certain type of information, such a sales invoice.
In the future, the team is looking at ways to expand the use of the API, including creating a system that could use a decentralized system to store other types of data, like medical records.
The platform is still in its early days, but according to the team, it already has a large user base, with over 5,000 businesses using it.
“It’s a lot of work and it’s still in early days,” said Alexey Goryansky, a senior researcher with the team at Waterloo.
“But we have a really good idea of how it could work and how to build it.
There are lots of interesting ideas around how to use this technology, and we hope to make some real world applications in the future.”
RethinksDB was designed with a focus on data storage, but it is also possible to use it for other uses, such for storing health records or for auditing financial institutions.
According Goryanksy, the system would also have to work in tandem with other data storage solutions, like those built by the company Bancor.
“One of the things we are trying to do is use the technology to build something that’s actually secure and resilient, but also scalable,” he said.
“This is what RethankDB is trying to achieve, by combining the technology and building a scalable data storage solution.
We have a lot more work to do.”
The Rethanksdb project was started in 2014 by Alexey Tikhonov, a professor at Waterloo and co-founder of RethinkingDB.
According a post on the company website, Tikhonsov’s original idea for the company was to build a new, decentralized system for storing transactions in a database.
But it soon turned into a more general purpose project,