Grow your knowledge about how Geeq works at your own pace, place, and time. Geeq has redefined blockchain, so it’s a whole new world.
Welcome to Geeq’s level playing field.
Happy New Year, Geeqs! Let’s start the year off with an entry level explainer of the encryption underlying public and private keys. Knowledge is power.
An insider’s guide for those seeking blockchain solutions to their enterprise problems.
Blockchain is data and data are bytes. To say a blockchain is correct is to make a declarative statement that its bytes satisfy certain logical relationships to one another.
This week, we highlight how Geeq‘s secure, scalable, and efficient multi-chain platform will support the exponential growth of data services in smart cities.
Insurance is a difficult information problem. Can Geeq help? As a data service that provides symmetrically available information, yes.
The desirable properties of blockchain depend critically on its security model. John Conley explains why Proof of Honesty should be the basis of security in the future.
DeFi continues to be a red hot topic in Geeq’s rapidly growing community, so we were inspired to follow up with another installment of our explainers.
DeFi’s mission is to set up a permissionless, secure, expansive and decentralized ecosystem – so is Geeq’s.
Edge Security is the feedback that non-technical blockchain users needed, to feel secure about truly decentralized blockchain.
UPDATE: Now with a link to the video for the panel discussion “Money in an International Context”.
UPDATE: Now with Video! A description of one of the high points in the Blockchain Brad interview.
Video: An excerpt from the Blockchain Brad interview reveals how Geeq’s interoperable blockchains moves blockchain from theory to function.
Geeq CDO Stephanie So and Malta-based Host Jessica Walker talk about security, freedom, and partnerships in blockchain.
The most fun interview to watch to date: Geeq John P. Conley with Bruce Porter, Jr. @NetworksManager in Malta about Proof of Honesty and the importance of blockchain for all of future civilization.
Founder John P. Conley was all over San Francisco Blockchain Week 2019. UPDATE – Now with Links to SLIDES of both talks!
UPDATE: Now with links to video and Slides! John P. Conley introduced Geeq’s Algorithmic Monetary Policy and Stabilized Token to the public at SFBW.
To ensure everyone in the community remains on the same page, we’ve constructed this ‘Glossary of Geeq™’.
Proof-of-Honesty™ (PoH) is the proprietary protocol that sets Geeq™ apart from the existing field of blockchain platforms.
In this article, we will be explaining what it means to be ‘fault-tolerant’ when it comes to distributed systems and what it looks like.
Geeq partnered up with The David Pakman Show, and David did a great job of explaining Geeq to his audience in his own words.
Geeq Chief Economist John Conley and Professor Greg LaBlanc (Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley) preview their fireside chat as part of the Blockchain for Enterprise course for the UC – Berkeley School of Law.
Chief Economist John P. Conley sits down with Enda Xue and Zhen Liu for a Satoshi Talk.
Geeq’s multiple chain platform provides blockchain-backed IoT solutions where separate devices (or kinds of devices) can be logged on separate chains.
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