Professional development and board gaming go hand in hand when dealing with SETL’s community. These events bring us together and keep us close.
Category: SETL Community Articles
Interested in what our community is saying? Here, you can find the latest opinions, theories, and experiences of the people at SETL.
The Women In Tech Revolution conference is a creative space for women and men to network. This conference showcases outstanding women in the tech field.
SETL is an innovative, exciting and challenging blockchain startup with the ambition to transform the Financial Services industry. We strive for optimal results and provide support to each other across all departments.
Steve Walsh SETL’s COO offers insight into SETL’s core capabilities and where it’s technology and solutions can add value to those that may be new to it.
Three Million Times More Electricity Needed For Bitcoin Network Than For A Permissioned System And Do Not Even Ask About Carbon Emissions
SETL, which powers the only regulated distributed ledger in production in the world estimates that to power its deployed distributed ledger requires between fifty and sixty KwH per day.
As with any business, our ability to deliver high quality technology and implementation for clients is built on the skill, quality and motivation of our teams so we have a real commitment to getting this stuff right.
This year I had the pleasure of attending Global AppSec Amsterdam 2019, which is an amazing chance to learn about the newest, leading application security technology in the field.
Leaving an investment bank after seven years and joining SETL has been a refreshing move with a number of interesting challenges. Whilst I have much to learn, I also have much to bring.
Having an appropriate economic model including governance, equity participation, market data, charges and fees are also important but largely secondary to the overarching need to promote liquidity.
There is no questions that ‘big tech’ has the reach and the savvy to construct a digital currency system, but the debate has moved to how such a system should be regulated