Frequently Asked Questions
Yes a Blockchain distributed ledger is required to implement smart contracts. A smart contract is a self-enforcing agreement embedded in computer code managed by a blockchain. The code contains a set of rules under which the parties of that smart contract agree to interact with each other. If and when the predefined rules are met, the agreement is automatically enforced.
A smart contract can facilitate the numerous touch points in a contract process, verify, and then enforce them. Since every process can be mapped, this means that any process a human can do, a smart contract can do just as well, if not faster, and much more efficiently.
Yes, of course. You will be given the contact details of a point-of-contact person for your project and you can schedule calls or meetings with them at your convenience.
Yes, in fact nearly every mobile app that we build also needs a web-based application behind the scenes to drive it. Ever logged into an app? There was a web server in the background, serving the app with data that is checking whether you have permission to log in.
Yes, you will be assigned appropriate copyright or license rights for the bespoke code that we write for your project. We are transparent with intellectual property rights, and you will have the opportunity to review our code ownership terms before the project begins.