What is the Blockchain?
To understand the role of APIs in the blockchain, we must first discuss what a blockchain actually is. In its most simple form, the blockchain is a digitally generated, immutable record of transactions. Typically, it functions across a wide number of nodes in a chain, with the record only being updated upon the consensus of multiple modes within the chain. Read more
These days, APIs need to be strong. They need to be versatile to change, and must triumph in the face of malicious schemes hackers use to disrupt core systems. But how does a provider consistently maintain security across their API platform, and consistently check to see that security is maintained throughout continuous code deployments? Read more
We are in the midst of a tech revolution. It seems machines are rapidly replacing and outsmarting humans in every arena; algorithms can now translate foreign languages in real-time, protect nuclear reactors in outer space — there’s even an API that translates your words into pirate-speak (FINALLY!) Yet, this year more than ever, one surprising limitation of technology will be outlined. Read more