• Q: Do you sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

    We understand your concerns and agree with your need to protect your million- dollar business idea. That is why we request that you interact with us and understand our capabilities, work ethic, and team dynamics without sharing your idea. Once you feel comfortable and are ready to take the next step, we can execute our work contract that covers all concerns related to Intellectual Property Protection, Copyright Protection and Non-Disclosure.
  • Q: How long will it take to build my app?

    Short Answer: It depends.
    A lot depends on the scope and complexity of your application. We understand the importance of launching your MVP as quickly as possible. We are a team of young, energetic, and passionate engineers and designers, and we have and will work tirelessly day and night to make sure that your MVP will be delivered on time. To give you a quick understanding: to design, develop, and launch a typical web application from scratch takes around 2-3 months, and for a mobile app, it takes around 3-4 months.
  • Q: Do you work hourly, or fixed project based?

    Since formation we have always been client-focused. We typically work on an hourly basis, however we have worked on projects on a fixed-cost based approach, and can work on that approach, provided its a right a fit for us.
  • Q: Do you help us market/promote a product?

    Yes. We will help you with SEO and with other digital marketing strategies. Read more about it in Service section.
  • Q: If someone else built my app, can you extend and support it?

    We can take over any existing work only if you require us to re-write it. We can extract UI/UX and business logic from an existing app.
  • Q: Do you offer continuous support for product?

    Yes. We provide Maintance and Support services that you can avail for business continuity.
  • Q: What is blockchain technology?

    Blockchain technology is the core behind bitcoin and other crypto-currencies. At its heart, blockchain technology is a distributed way of storing data. Any organization participating in the blockchain network will have its own way of storing data. The data stored will show all of the transactions that ever happened on the network, also known as the distributed ledger.
    Applications using the blockchain technology, will have the capacity for all entries to be stored within a cryptographic chain of blocks. At every stage, the entire network of participants within the blockchain must and will agree about the latest block of transactions. Agreements will be reached through a process of majority consensus, eliminating duplicate entries, double spending and so forth. The uniquess of such a technology is that all transactions on the platform will be accurately recorded. This process and the cryptographic layering of the blocks makes the agreed blockchain irreversible and immutable.
  • Q: What is a cryptocurrency?

    A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security. A cryptocurrency is difficult to counterfeit because of this security feature. A defining feature of a cryptocurrency is its organic nature, rendering it theoretically immune to government interference or manipulation. The first crypto currency was Bitcoin, which was created in 2009.
  • Q: What is a smart contract?

    A Smart Contract is piece of software code that is deployed to applications usings the blockchain technology. Each smart contract contains code will have a predefined set of inputs. Smart contracts can also store data. Following the distributed model of the blockchain, smart contracts run on every node in the blockchain, and each contract’s data is stored in every node. This data can be queried at any time. Smart Contracts can also enforce permissions, run workflow logic, and perform complex calculations. A smart contract code is executed within a blockchain transaction – so the data stored as a result of running the smart contract, that is the state that is part of the blockchain’s immutable ledger.
  • Q: What is a private or an enterprise blockchain?

    Private blockchains are deployed either within an organisation, or shared between a known group of participants. Private blockchains can be limited to a predefined set of participants. In this case, no one else can access the blockchain or the data residing in the blockchain. These blockchains can be secured in a similar way to securing other integrated enterprise applications (e.g., firewalls, VPN etc).
  • Q: Is there any difference between an enterprise blockchain and public blockchain?

    Yes! There is a big difference between the two.
    As mentioned earlier, private blockchains are blockchains which are operated within an organization.The blockchain technology at our firm is only accessible to individuals who will get a grant and the permission to use the blockchain technology. Private blockchains are databases that are showcased as a distributed ledger.
    The transactions in private blockchain will be faster and easier than public blockchain. Public blockchain like Ethereum and Bitcoin are blockchains which are easy to access for anyone. The main factor of a public blockchain is that no one controls the information which is on the blockchain or the laws of the blockchain. No member, no individual, can the change the protocols of the blockchain according to the users and the information contained on the blockchain.
    Therefore, the users of a public blockchain can put their complete trust in a third party in order to use the blockchain and any users of the public blockchain can trust the blockchain.
    Private blockchains are faster that public ones. Public blockchains have slow transactional speed because of the pile of data processed in order for transactions to be done.
    The difference in public and private blockchains will exist based on the industries and based on the adopting approaches and strategies, depending upon the factors of blockchains.