Blockchain Operative System Announced By Tech Firm Ztudium

Blockchain, News | May 2, 2019 By:

Technology specialist and consultancy firm Ztudium has developed an operative system based on artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology.

Founded in 2011, Ztudium is an innovation lab, tech software development player, publisher and boutique consultancy. It provides holistic proprietary software, apps, services such as data insights, business transformation, AI, blockchain, DLT tech and crypto development and consultancy. It also offers services to businesses on global trends, legal, tech, business development, and branding, through its network of premium partners, authors, targeted technology and marketing tools, operating across a wide variety of social media channels.

The AI blockchain operative system, called Blocksdna, is a mobile app and a white label technology that will allow organizations and their customers to get the most out of the blockchain technology. It brings together P2P Messaging, support for crypto and fiat wallet, payments, digital ID, a reward engine and a marketplace.

“Its main purpose is to facilitate simple and fast communication between companies and their clients, making them as smooth and hassle-free as they can be,” the company said. “To do so, it features a state-of-art back-end platform with the latest AI technology.”

According to the company, the new AI-based reward engine will compensate users that interact with the app in multiple ways. These reward points can be exchanged for money and other benefits from the apps many offerings.

“The similarities between the development of blockchain/crypto and the Internet are quite evident to all of us<‘ said Dinis Guarda, CEO of Ztudium. “However, blockchain is not just crypto, effectively blockchain is a technology that enables crypto. When we speak about blockchain technology we cannot put it all in the same basket. Blockchain’s architecture is large. Just as we speak about the internet as a holistic platform, we need to apply the same viewpoint to blockchain tech.”

Earlier this month, Ztudium has been accepted into the European AI Alliance, allowing it to test their software against seven key requirements that AI systems should meet in order to be trustworthy and provide their feedback and input to further development of Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI.