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Validating Blockchain Transactions


iCash’s Proof of Trust protocol takes the risk out of Smart Contracts so they can finally gain institutional adoption. Settlement is validated by a distributed network before it is dedicated to the blockchain, ensuring trustworthiness.

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Proof of Trust Protocol
The precise and indelible nature of Smart Contracts demands trustworthy data.

The automation and immutability that makes Smart Contracts so appealing also has the potential to derail their viability.

While Proof of Work and Proof of Stake provide distributed trust for data storage, the introduction of Proof of Trust provides distributed trust for data input.

Just as  courts and lawyers provide a vital validation and appeals processes for paper contracts, iCash’s PoT Delegates provide the same process for digital Smart Contracts.

Proof of Work & Proof of Stake Based Systems

  • Computation ensures Data is immutable when written
  • Only confirms data, does not check the data
  • No mechanism to detect rogue incoming data inputs anomalies
  • Irreversible inputs create risk for invalid data being perpetuated
iCash’s Proof of Trust Based Systems

  • Additional layer of trust audits data inputs for reliability
  • Increases  Smart Contract applicability
  • Added protection against rogue or incorrect data inputs
  • Validates data inputs
iCash Regulatory Approach
iCash works with legal and compliance counsels Greenspoon Marder and Deloitte & Touche to ensure compliance across 20+ jurisdictions under current US and international law.
  • Canada
  • United States
  • Israel
  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates
  • India
  • South Korea
  • Japan
  • Hong Kong
  • Singapore
  • BVI
  • South Africa
  • Ireland
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Poland
  • Luxembourg
  • Switzerland
  • Australia
  • Russia
  • Cayman Islands
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  • 2018 Quarter 2(a) iCash Proof of Trust Protocol development began
    (b) Advisory Board announcements in US, EU & Asia began
  • 2018 Quarter 4(a) Token Sale completed
    (b) iCash token freely tradeable in non-US countries
    (c) iCash testnet launched displaying Delegate onboarding, partner enablement, dApp contract origination, execution and settlement, Delegate voting and distpute arbitration process, rewards distribution and trust score recalculation, and Blockchain integration
    (d) Korean, Japanese, and US partnership announcements begin
    (e) Smart Contract Deconstruction Protocol defined
  • 2019 Quarter 2(a) Proof of Trust protocol launch
    (b) Version 0.7 released displaying data analytics and intelligence, AI & Machine learning, privacy and governance standard compliance while launching the Platform for Smart Contract settlements with all in scope features including production grade security
    (c) UI optimized with improved gamification via data driven machine learning engine
    (d) Delegate selection randomization algorithm sortition process transitioned from PoT engine to protocol level
  • 2018 Quarter 1(a) iCash legal and regulatory compliance established.
  • 2018 Quarter 3(a) Multiple Exchange Listings announced
    (b) Core PoT Engine Logic established
  • 2019 Quarter 1(a) Version 0.6 released dispaying Dev framework, KYC integration, pay out integration, bonding/ staking and delegate bonus calcluation distribution, allowing for platform mediation of complete Smart Contract settlements with dispute arbitration capabilities supporting multiple blockchains
    (b) Bridge nodes established for crosschain transactions
    (c) Delegate portal content management system
  • 2019 Quarter 3(a) iCash token freely tradable in US
    (b) Protocol Version 1.0 on Private Chains & Ethereum released with capacity engineering and subsequent blockchain integrations
    (c) iCash Blockchain Network Monitor
    (d) iCash Block Explorer
    (e) iCash Foundation for Decentralized developer community
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