What is an Atomic Swap?

So, if someone needs to exchange Bitcoin for Litecoin, simply find someone who needs your Bitcoin and is willing to deliver Litecoin to change.


Atomic swap is a technology that facilitates the exchange of two cryptocurrencies different through the use of a contract smartphone, which allows users to make exchanges from your wallet and personal in a transaction a peer-to-peer. The first described a protocol the Atomic Swap was probably Land Nolan in 2013. But already in 2012, Daniel Larimer had submitted its P2PTradeX, a protocol exchange with no confidence that have been considered by many as the prototype of the Atomic Swap. Since then, there are many developers who have experimented with these protocols that have played an important role in communities such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, Decred and Komodo. As is known, the first Atomic Swap were in 2014, but it was in 2017 when it was publicly acknowledged with the first exchanges with success among cryptocurrencies. We trade BTC/LTC and LTC/DCR.

How it works the protocol Atomic Swap

As we have already said, is a protocol designed to facilitate the exchange of cryptocurrencies different. So, if someone needs to exchange Bitcoin for Litecoin, simply find someone who needs your Bitcoin and is willing to deliver Litecoin to change. This exchange is possible thanks to a contract smart contrat), designed for a transaction peer-to-peer.

Atomic Swap in practice

We think Andrew you need to swap your LTC for BTC, and Ruben has BTC. Alice is willing to receive the LTC of Andrew, and then Andrew puts his LTC in one direction Smart Contrat, which pretend as a safety deposit box. At the time that Andrés generates your safety deposit box you must create an access key; this key should be share Ruben by using a cryptographic hash. But Ruben can’t still access to the cryptocurrencies because it just has the hash, but not the key. Then Ruben uses the hash received from Andres to generate another Smart Contrat to deposit their BTC. Now for Andrew to withdraw the BTC you need to use the same key that you used Reuben, and in doing so reveals to him the key to Reuben. So, just Andrew to claim the BTC, Ruben you can check out the LTC by completing the exchange. This distribution of keys is known as the Hashlock.

How to occur the Atomic Swap

These transactions carry the name atomic, because it will only be completed if the parties perform what corresponds to him to each one. On the contrary, if one of the parties gives up and does not comply, the contract is dissolved, and the funds are returned automatically, providing strong security to the parties. These contracts can be done in two ways, within the blockhain and out of her. On Chain: these Atomic Swap occur within networks of any criptomoneda, that is to say, within the blockchain, whether it be Bitcoin, Litecoin or another. Off Chain: for these Atomic Swap is made must take place on a second layer, and is usually done through exchange, bi-directional, very similar to those that are made through connections of the Lightning network. Usually these exchanges are performed through contracts smart multifirmas and contracts hash time-limited (HTLC)

Wallet for Atomic Swap review

Atomic Wallet is one of the wallets decentralized most popular, designed specifically for the use of this protocol to the blockchain. Available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Has available the protocol to be used with more than 300 cryptocurrencies, for fast and secure transfers thanks to the design the own company, Atomic Distributed Orderbook. Between the cryptocurrencies available for Atomic swaps include: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple, Dash, Zcash, Monero, and an extensive list of tokens ERC20. For the security of the storage of funds, the portfolio Now provides the customer with all of their private keys, so that is the only one able to control them. The following two tabs change content below. Creative editor and trader of cryptocurrencies, currencies, fiat, and commodities.

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Data Prep Market Is Expected to Research CAGR of 21.7% during 2020-2026

The Major Players Covered in Data Prep are: Alteryx, Inc, Informatica, International Business Machines Corporation, Tibco Software Inc., Microsoft …

Global Data Prep Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2020-2026

An extensive elaboration of the Global Data Prep market strategy of the industry players in the precision of import/export consumption, supply and demand. The study starts with an introduction about the company/manufacturers profiling stating strategic concept behind business using methods to assess and analyze market.

Emergence of big data has resulted into the rise of huge volumes of data and related technologies such as data prep. Data prep tools are gaining traction due to increased need to analyze the voluminous data being generated from internal and external sources within organizations on a daily basis. Data preparation is presently creating a buzz in both business and IT sides of organizations. Data prep tool vendors are also focusing on innovative software technologies for accelerating, if not automating, the analytical process, to support business analytics. Preparing, blending, integrating, cleansing, transforming, governing, and defining the metadata of multiple sources of data including new, raw, big data in Hadoop has been primarily an IT job; however, the broadening of interest in data science and analytics has drawn non-IT personnel into the execution of these tasks.

The in-depth data by segments of the worldwide Data Prep market helps monitor future gain & to form essential selections for growth. the knowledge on drivers, trends and market developments focuses technologies, CAPEX cycle and also the ever-changing structure business players of the worldwide Data Prep Market.

The Major Players Covered in Data Prep are: Alteryx, Inc, Informatica, International Business Machines Corporation, Tibco Software Inc., Microsoft Corporation, SAS Institute, Datawatch Corporation, Tableau Software, Inc., Qlik Technologies Inc., SAP SE., Talend, and Microstrategy Incorporated

The report includes six parts, dealing with:

1) Basic information

2) The Asia Data Prep market.

3) The North American Data Prep industry.

4) The European Data Prep industry.

5) Market entry and investment feasibility.

6) The report conclusion.

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into

Data curation

Data cataloging

Data quality

Data ingestion

Data governance

Market segment by Application, split into



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To analyze and research the Data Prep status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.

To present the key Data Prep manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.

To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applications

To analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.

To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regions

To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market

Table of Contents:

1 Global Data Prep Market Overview

2 Global Data Prep Market Competition by Manufacturers

3 Global Data Prep Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2013-2020)

4 Global Data Prep Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions (2013-2020)

5 Global Data Prep Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

6 Global Data Prep Market Analysis by Application

7 Global Data Prep Manufacturers Profiles/Analysis

8 Global Data Prep Market Manufacturing Cost Analysis

9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

12 Global Data Prep Market Forecast (2020-2026)

13 Research Findings and Conclusion

14 Appendix

15 Author List

16 Disclosure Section

17 Research Methodology

18 Data Source

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How Can Blockchain Be Implemented in the Life Sciences Ecosystem?

Blockchain erupted into public discourse as the distributed ledger technology that acts as the foundation of the digital currency Bitcoin. Fundamentally …

Blockchain erupted into public discourse as the distributed ledger technology that acts as the foundation of the digital currency Bitcoin. Fundamentally, a blockchain is a growing, real-time list of electronic records, with each block unit containing a timestamp, information about the previous block in the chain and data. The blockchain architecture is therefore resistant to the modification of data or its provenance. Fintech quickly recognized the potential of blockchain, with multiple use cases now implemented in areas such as financial transactions and service/product life cycles. For the life sciences industry, blockchain has the potential to enhance cross-industry partnerships, integrity and trust built on consensus, interoperability, tracing, and tracking of tangible and intangible entities in many service and product pipelines.

A recent report published by PreScouter reviewed three broad areas of blockchain deployment in the healthcare, biopharmaceutical, and medical technology sectors as well as the challenges these sectors need to overcome for wider adoption. The report also enumerates developing use cases of blockchain, from proof-of-concept to real-world large-scale deployments, and identifies first movers/early adopters of blockchain, including key collaborations, across the pharma, biotech and healthcare industries.

Challenges to wider blockchain adoption in the life sciences

Within the life sciences sector, blockchain use cases are complex to implement, and the rapidly changing landscape of blockchain technology also presents a challenge for companies seeking to adopt.“Blockchain has great potential to improve upon various activities within the life sciences sector, although it still has a number of challenges when it comes to adoption,” says Dr. Charles Wright, co-author and PreScouter Technical Director for the healthcare and life sciences industry. The consensus opinion is that changing the mindset of private, public and political leadership for adopting blockchain technology and the requisite change in management is the single greatest hurdle facing blockchain deployment, adds Dr. Wright.

As the technology matures, experts believe that mainstream adoption will be rapid. It is predicted that the value added by blockchains will grow to $176 billion by 2025 including non-financial uses in the life sciences, according to Gartner. Even with blockchain adoption gaining traction, PreScouter identifies 10 key challenges to wider adoption of the technology (seen in figure below).

Figure: Main Challenges to Adoption of Blockchain in Healthcare. Source: PreScouter.

The three life science fields impacted by blockchain:

The PreScouter report identifies drug development and supply chain management, clinical trials management and patient-centric usage as three areas with the most potential for blockchain adoption and impact.

Drug development and supply chain management

In the areas of drug manufacturing and supply chain management, blockchain can be very effective for ensuring integrity. Provenance and tracking of compounds are two key areas that are under the purview of authorities such as the FDA, with oversight through the Drug Supply Chain Security Act. Blockchain can provide immutable batch records of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in the manufacturing process and easy reporting systems for adverse events and drug batch recall.

Current processes that permit drug provenance and supply chain tracking are fragmented due to data silos and can lead to human errors as well as fraud. One example of blockchain implementation by a public-private collaboration is that between the FDA and IBM. The collaboration is using blockchain to identify, track, and trace prescription medicines and vaccines distributed throughout the country. Another example is the MediLedger Project that brings together a consortium of drug manufacturers and distributors to track/trace drug batches and improve drug supply chain management using internet-of-things (IoT) principles.

Clinical trials management

The PreScouter report also highlights that blockchain technology is impacting the complex processes integrated into the design, implementation and management of clinical trials. Clinical trials have many stakeholders, including patients/study subjects, study sponsors, drug/medical device providers, clinical investigators, healthcare professionals like physicians and nurses and various government regulatory bodies.

Sensitive data, including patients’ health records and a clinical trial’s outcomes, must remain private and secure. The trial protocol itself must be immutable and transparent. However, the entire process has to be conducted transparently for all stakeholders with protocols strictly adhered to. Moreover, secure communication between stakeholders from different professions and multiple clinical trial sites can be inefficient and can easily compromise protected health information.

Clinical trials therefore are perfect for blockchain technology, which allows for immutability, scalability and traceability of records with varied data access permissive levels. A blockchain could help manage patient consent, maintain trial protocols, track patient samples as well as ensure secure communications between trial sites. An initiative by Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) and IBM in Canada, where BI will manage its clinical trials on blockchain technology provided by IBM, was recently inked in 2019.

The company Triall, with its technology partner Sphereon, is developing applications for improving auditability and operational efficiency in clinical trials. The consortium’s Verial application, a clinical document management solution, is being used in a Phase II clinical trial and is touted as the world’s first clinical trial in production on a blockchain.

Patient-centric usage

Finally, PreScouter highlights the potential impact of blockchain technology on activities that surround a patient, which can be termed patient-centric blockchain usage. These use cases are varied and include implementation of “smart contracts” for patient consent and ownership management of health data, patient record management across siloed healthcare data landscapes, prescription medicine management, patient claims and billings management, data security for medical/wearable technology as well as deployment in personalized medicine.

Blockchain implementation has achieved the most traction in patient-centric usage as seen by the number of early collaborations that are underway. A leader in blockchain implementation in Europe is Guardtime, which collaborates with Estonian Health authorities and the National Health Service in the UK for tracking and managing patient consent to use of their health data. Another application is the Prescrypt project, spearheaded by Deloitte in the Netherlands, which blockchains a patient’s drug prescriptions for secure communication, usage tracking and analysis by healthcare professionals.

The takeaway

The blockchain implementation in the life sciences is gaining traction and the authors of the report identify that the key challenge to blockchain adoption is non-technical and non-regulatory. It is rather changing the mindset of private, public and political leadership for adopting blockchain technology. However, they provide a positive outlook for the implementation of blockchain in the healthcare space in the near future. Dr. Rakesh Joshi, a co-author of the report, believes that, “as the technology matures and early use cases emerge to help mitigate risks, more mainstream adoption is to be expected within the next 5 years, which will enable blockchain technology to bear its fruits in the life sciences ecosystem.

Rakesh, one of PreScouter’s advanced degree researchers, is a life sciences professional with a passion for data-driven analytics and discovery. He earned his PhD is Biochemistry from Purdue University. Currently, he is enrolled in the Schulich School of Business at York University diving deeper into machine learning/artificial intelligence and technology-driven strategic planning & management.

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CDC and WHO’s Coronavirus data, visualised from a blockchain

“Healthcare and public health is a key area where Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) can provide computational trust, and serve as a source of …

CoronavirusAcoer, developer of blockchain-enabled applications, is helping its healthcare and life sciences clients to easily track and visualize the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak. It will do this using its HashLog data visualisation engine which uses the Hedera Hashgraph blockchain.

There is a growing supply of data about the virus, but the information is not necessarily easy to visualize, consume, or extract in a simple way,” said Jim Nasr, CEO of Acoer. “With HashLog our objective is to make data collection automated, and data visualization rich, dynamic, and intuitive. Particularly with my own public health background and tenure at the CDC, we are also huge believers that supporting public health is an incredibly important mission and as much as we can do, it is our responsibility to innovate to enhance it.

Jim Nasr, CEO of Acoer
Jim Nasr, CEO of Acoer

Coronavirus and a blockchain

Hedera Hashgraph is an enterprise-grade public ledger. The Coronavirus HashLog dashboard enables researchers, scientists and journalists to understand the spread of the virus and trends over time. To do this it holds a wide set of public data, including data from:

  • the Center for Disease Control (CDC)
  • the World Health Organization (WHO).

HashLog will provide real-time visualisation of Coronavirus data and trends including:

  • confirmed cases
  • deaths and recoveries per hundred infections
  • trends over time
  • interactive views – with dynamic sort and filtering capabilities
  • the ability to download or extract directly from those visualisations.

Healthcare and public health is a key area where Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) can provide computational trust, and serve as a source of truth for multiple parties to work from, delivering consistent, factual information across distributed communities,” said Mance Harmon, CEO of Hedera Hashgraph. “Acoer’s work to make this Coronavirus data so easy to visualize and understand is a great example of this, and we commend them for this innovative use of DLT for the public good.

Mance Harmon
Mance Harmon


Acoer builds blockchain-enabled applications. These seek to ensure computational trust, transparency and auditable data by providing a secure and tamper-proof environment.

HashLog is a data collection and visualisation tool. It includes three sub-projects:

  • Health Data Explorer – a platform to support and improve medicolegal death investigation
  • Knowledge Seeker – a data analytics dashboard about clinical trials, dementia or mortality data
  • Ledger Explorer – this is a transaction explorer and analytics platform for Hedera Hashgraph which uses decentralised ledger technology (DLT or blockchain).


Enterprise Times: what does this mean

While the initial significance of the new Coronavirus infection was not fully appreciated, its rapid growth in Hubei province and then its spread through China and the wider world has driven a need for tools. This is what Acoer, with HashLog brings, broadening the information base.

From a blockchain perspective the HashLog/Hedera Hashgroup combination adds to the credibility of digital ledger technology. That the service is free for use is an added confirmation.

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Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Market 2020 Global Analysis, Opportunities And …

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Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Industry


Blockchain, also known as distributed ledger technology, acts as the backbone for the exchange of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). However, the technology has been proposed for wider applications, such as smart contracts, legal asset trades, and as a means to streamline Know Your Customer (KYC) processes between US banks.

Starting from the vital facts, the record tends of consisting of the industry through the view of the profile of the market. The fact also depicts the approximate generation of key production and the programs that help in the describing of the increase of the market of Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM). On the idea of such type of information, the market has been primarily segmented into several segments that also depict the maximum proportion of the market during the period of the forecast.

This report focuses on the global Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) development in United States, Europe and China.

The key players covered in this study



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Market segment by Type, the product can be split into

Rights Management

Royalty Processing

Token Distribution


Market segment by Application, split into



Regional Description

In order to understand the different consumers in the global market, this study analyzed and compared the different key players in the global space. It classified the apparent consumption of the product/services in various regions across the globe such as North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East and Africa. This report extrapolated the data and reported threats and opportunities which will prevail in the industry in the upcoming years. Furthermore, this report profiled each of the key players in the above-mentioned regions based on their growth rate, production capacity and revenue generation.

Methodology of Research

The report helps in the providing of a wider introduction of the market and also helps in the dealing with the detailed methodology of research for the calculation of the size and forecasts of the market. The sources of secondary data are used and the primary inputs that are taken for the validation of data. This section also helps in the outlines of the several segments that have also been covered as being a part of the report. Additionally the reviews tend of providing of the calculation for the determining of the inclinations of the global market.

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Table of Contents

1 Report Overview

1.1 Study Scope

1.2 Key Market Segments

1.3 Players Covered

1.4 Market Analysis by Type

1.4.1 Global Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2014-2025)

1.4.2 Rights Management

1.4.3 Royalty Processing

1.4.4 Token Distribution

1.4.5 Other

1.5 Market by Application

1.5.1 Global Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Market Share by Application (2014-2025)

1.5.2 B2B

1.5.3 B2C

1.6 Study Objectives

1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends

2.1 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Market Size

2.2 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Growth Trends by Regions

2.2.1 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Market Size by Regions (2014-2025)

2.2.2 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Market Share by Regions (2014-2019)

2.3 Industry Trends

2.3.1 Market Top Trends

2.3.2 Market Drivers

2.3.3 Market Challenges

2.3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis


12 International Players Profiles

12.1 Sony

12.1.1 Sony Company Details

12.1.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.1.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.1.4 Sony Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.1.5 Sony Recent Development

12.2 Binded,Inc

12.2.1 Binded,Inc Company Details

12.2.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.2.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.2.4 Binded,Inc Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.2.5 Binded,Inc Recent Development

12.3 Custos Media Technologies

12.3.1 Custos Media Technologies Company Details

12.3.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.3.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.3.4 Custos Media Technologies Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.3.5 Custos Media Technologies Recent Development

12.4 Scenarex

12.4.1 Scenarex Company Details

12.4.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.4.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.4.4 Scenarex Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.4.5 Scenarex Recent Development

12.5 Publica

12.5.1 Publica Company Details

12.5.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.5.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.5.4 Publica Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.5.5 Publica Recent Development

12.6 Mediachain

12.6.1 Mediachain Company Details

12.6.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.6.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.6.4 Mediachain Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.6.5 Mediachain Recent Development

12.7 Pixsy

12.7.1 Pixsy Company Details

12.7.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.7.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.7.4 Pixsy Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.7.5 Pixsy Recent Development

12.8 Gilgamesh

12.8.1 Gilgamesh Company Details

12.8.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.8.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.8.4 Gilgamesh Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.8.5 Gilgamesh Recent Development

12.9 RecordsKeeper

12.9.1 RecordsKeeper Company Details

12.9.2 Company Description and Business Overview

12.9.3 Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Introduction

12.9.4 RecordsKeeper Revenue in Blockchain in Digital Rights Management (DRM) Business (2014-2019)

12.9.5 RecordsKeeper Recent Development

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