Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Mainstreet Investment: A New Venture for Post-Prison Charlie Shrem

When Charlie Shrem was released from prison he was bombarded with hundreds of emails, according to the long-time entrepreneur and Bitcoin advocate. One, however, stood out. It began: “I am working on a private equity and portfolio management project on the blockchain.”

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“It’s like saying I’m working on world peace. It’s such a big idea,” said Shrem, 27.

The idea stemmed from Jason Granger, 38, a figure with experience commanding large teams in banking, real estate, construction, and private equity.

“I come from a world with strict guidelines,” said Granger, who is based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. “I worked for a year just to negotiate a joint venture agreement . . .There was a strict amount of legal governance, a strict amount of fiduciary responsibility and a strict amount of transparency.”

Well Thought-Out Structure

The joint-venture partnership was with AIG and it amounted to a staggering $405 million equity commitment in a $2 billion real estate development platform for First & Main senior living.

So with such rigid experience rooted in traditional financial rules and practices, Granger reached out to Shrem. A few months later, according to Shrem, the two formed Intellisys Capital, LLC and Mainstreet Investment LP.

Granger is the CEO of the blockchain-fuelled endeavour; Shrem, the CTO. But the firm is much more complex than two like-minds.

There’s a well-thought out structure, an organizational framework unlike anything within the private equity investment space as the venture seeks to meld two worlds, traditional and the emerging. Helping fuel it is the Mainstreet Investment Token (MIT), a digital ledger security tied to hard assets, supported by blockchain technology.

It’s a different kind of digital currency investment, said Shrem. It mixes in established principles on how to raise and administer equity, utilizing next-era technology.

Private Equity Tokenized

charlie-shremAccording to Granger, the project is blockchain-facilitated, adding, “It’s about safe investment into middle-market companies, which will be diligently vetted.”

The project is essentially bringing traditional practices to the cryptocurrency space, a space which has operated quite informally, to date.

The organization will consist of two companies, Mainstreet Investment, a Cayman Island limited partnership, of which 30 percent will be owned by token holders (the MIT) and a controlling stake, 70 percent, will be owned by Intellisys Capital, LLC, based in Grand Rapids.

Token holders will essentially be a decentralized, peer-to-peer — or investor-to-investor — network.

In other words, according to Shrem, through the purchase of MITs, investors become part of the LP to effectively pool funds with other investors for projects sourced and analyzed by Intellisys Capital, the management firm.

“The main difference between what we’re doing and what The DAO is doing is that we’re taking a more traditional perspective on how to raise money and invest money,” said Granger, adding, “The MIT is the first private equity investment offered as a digital security.”

The aim is to invest in US-based middle market operating companies, real estate and blockchain technology projects, according to Granger and Shrem.

“We’re not trying to reinvent the wheel and raise money to build a new technology. We’re using existing technology and we’re applying it to the traditional finance world,” said Shrem.

Crawl, Walk, Run

Digital currency and blockchain technology can enable far greater control — peer-to-peer power — but the approach must be levied carefully with the end-user in mind.

“Making money is great but we really want to empower people and make a difference,” said Granger. “How can we change the world to make it better?”

Disaster relief, building wells, helping communities in third-world countries, these are just a few of the long-term achievements that Granger and Shrem envision as existing within the scope and purview of blockchain technology and private equity investment.

Just this year two blockchain-based projects, Helperbit and AidTech, found their way into the hands of the United Nations. The former is a natural disaster management platform while AidTech — “Aid and Trade through Innovation” — harnesses blockchain technology for distribution of aid supplies.

Blockchain chainsDecentralized technology enables greater control over assets and how to disburse them. It’s about accuracy and precision.

As IrishTimes’ Mark Hilliard wrote: “Blockchain is, at its simplest, a digital spreadsheet of transactions – easy to share, impossible to destroy – enabling safe, transparent accountability.”

He added, “Its use in the aid sector, where fraud, theft and general mismanagement all occur, appears a no-brainer.”

“As it relates to the blockchain side of things, we will only introduce blockchain projects to companies already within the portfolio,” Shrem said.

It is a lot less of an expensive investment, Shrem added, stating, blockchain concepts can be introduced, tried and tested at much lower costs and risk than if otherwise.

There is a perfect synergy to introducing blockchain ideas and opportunities with traditional and existing businesses using status quo technology and it’s these areas, like manufacturing and real estate, where the two entrepreneurs see a great benefit to the Mainstreet Investment fund.

To succeed, however, the venture must build trust and that will begin and end with good decision-making from Intellisys and early adoption of the MIT.

Mainstreet Investment for You

It was over seafood at the waterfront Swordfish Grill on the coast of Manatee County, Florida when Granger and Shrem first met face-to-face.

Shrem was known to Granger only through headlines and Internet research. And this was within just a few months of Granger’s initial email to Shrem.

“I thought, that’s a really good idea. But lots of people have good ideas,” said Shrem. What I did was look at the person, who is Jason Granger?”

In business, “the hardest thing to develop is a sense of trust,” said Granger.

The entire notion, the background to blockchain technology, and of Bitcoin, is a trustless system. Users don’t need to know — and for that matter trust — the other end-user. The system dictates this trust.

The point, according to Granger, is the offering of a bridge, an investment opportunity with even further implications that reverberate from the very types of investments sought.

This is the aim of Mainstreet Investment, of the entire venture. But building it will require trust in Intellisys and those directing those funds and Granger and Shrem know this.

“Turning traditional finance and private equity upside down,” said Granger. “It’s not about the money, it’s about the people.

Eager investors and interested enthusiasts need to wait until the new year to be a part of Mainstreet Investment. Visit mainstreet.ky and intellisys.ai for more information on Intellisys, Mainstreet Investment and the Mainstreet Investment Token.

What do you think about Shrem’s latest venture? Let us know in the comments below.


Images via Pixabay, Independent. 

Note: Evan Faggart is an employee of the Vanbex Group, which provides public relations services to Intellisys Capital.

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Blockchain Works and Reduces Costs: Japanese Banking Industry Report

Japan’s Blockchain Study Group, consisting of four large financial and accounting firms, today published a report on how blockchain technology will affect their industry. Local bitcoin exchange bitFlyer assisted the group by building an interbank transaction prototype.

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Report Acknowledges Bitcoin’s Contribution

bitFlyer logoThe Blockchain Study Group (BSG) formed in December 2015. It includes Mizuho Financial Group, Inc., Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc., and Deloitte Tohmatsu Group. All are major players in Japan’s financial industry.

Its report, titled “Practical Experiment of Blockchain Technology in Japanese Domestic Interbank Payment Operation” mentions bitcoin by name several times. It examines how the Japanese financial industry could leverage a similar technology to stay competitive with those in the U.S. and Europe.

BitFlyer CEO Yuzo Kano, a veteran of the traditional banking and finance world, told Bitcoin.com his company offered insights into consensus algorithms and practical advice on real-world blockchain applications.

“We have a deep knowledge of consensus algorithms, which we’ve been researching since the company was founded. We have also been running our bitcoin exchange with an original bitcoin daemon/wallet system, which we built ourselves from the ground up — most blockchain companies don’t have experience at that level. It has given us a lot of ideas and expertise.”

The BSG selected bitFlyer from multiple candidates to build a blockchain prototype to demonstrate the technology.

Notably, the group chose a Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT) consensus algorithm similar to Hyperledger‘s, over popular cryptocurrency systems like proof-of-work and proof-of-stake. This is because the latter two present a risk of blockchain forks, the report states. However it also registered the concern that a core node failure could bring down a PBFT network.

Blockchain Reduces Costs, Can Be Applied to Simple Transaction Operations

bitshares blockchain prove solvency exchangeThe report found the consensus prototype performed without major issues. The findings also showed blockchain technology would reduce costs. However it lists some reservations with applying blockchain tech outside the simple payments arena.

BitFlyer’s prototype achieved 1,500 transactions per second, which the BSG considered acceptable. The Japanese banking industry’s current Zengin settlement system has a peak of 1,388.

Blockchain would reduce industry costs across the board. Savings would come from a lower need for hardware and OS licences, middleware applications and maintenance.

However it recommended further research to decide how this could scale up to accommodate other functions. Smart contracts could possibly fulfil these, but the group did not test them in this experiment.

The BSG considers this report a first step. It will continue to examine blockchain technology, saying it expects “many and repeated practical experiments in the financial industry” that will lead to improvements.

Where Will Japan Use Blockchain?

The next real-world application for blockchain technology will probably not be in finance though, Kano said. He predicted “other web services” will deploy it first, proving its capabilities at a less-critical level.

However he remained optimistic the technology will one day find a place in traditional finance. “After a long period of time, these companies have become very knowledgeable about blockchain technology,” he concluded.

The Blockchain Study Group’s full report is available in English here.

Do you think blockchain will go mainstream in future? Does this affect bitcoin as a currency? Let us know in the comments.


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Hyperledger Project Hits 100 Members With Addtion of China's SinoLending, Gingkoo, ZhongChao

Hyperledger Project, an open source blockchain initiative hosted by the Linux Foundation, has hit a major milestone of 100 active members. Several new members from China have joined the project, including Dianrong (formerly SinoLending), Shanghai Gingkoo Financial Technology and ZhongChao Credit Card Industry Development Company.

"As a fintech company, Dianrong has always been at the forefront of applying emerging technologies to finance," Peng Bi, Vice President of Engineering, said in a statement. "While our core business is connecting lenders and borrowers on our peer-to-peer lending platform, blockchain inherently applies to our business model since it can enable anonymous transactions between two unknown parties, solving the trust issue."

Dianrong is a leading internet financial services company in China, specializing in alternative financing solutions. The company was founded in 2012 by Soul Htite, Co-Founder and former Head of Technology at Lending Club. Dianrong now ranks among the top three peer-to-peer lending platforms in China, according to a report by Wdzj.com and Yingcan Consulting.

Htite has hinted numerous times at his company's interest in blockchain technology,stating earlier this month that Dianrong has been developing blockchain applications for use in online lending. He said that that the company has committed to invest between U.S. $30-40 million in development over the next two years.

According to Bi, alongside peer-to-peer lending, Dianrong is "also investigating other blockchain applications, such as consumer finance, borrower credit and contract certification."

As for Ginkgoo, the company is looking "to explore how to serve banks with distributed ledger technology in China," said Bruce Zeng, Manager, Gingkoo Blockchain Department. "We have developed our own Starfish [blockchain] and established partnerships with many blockchain companies worldwide."

Bitcoin Magazine reached out to Zeng for further details on the company's Starfish blockchain, but didn't receive a response.

For the ZhongChao organization, joining Hyperledger allows the company to further advance currency digitalization. "We believe it is the next evolution of financial technology," said Yifeng Zhang, President, Zhongchao Smart Card Research Institute. "We will cooperate with the central bank and financial institutions for further development of the industry."

As of November 29, the Chamber of Digital Commerce has also entered into a strategic partnership with Hyperledger. This will leverage both the Chamber’s public policy knowhow and Hyperledger’s technology expertise to further promote the understanding, acceptance and use of digital assets and blockchain-based technologies. The Chamber and Hyperledger will work in tandem on public policy efforts, intellectual property issues, and global regulatory and technical interoperability.

“A pro-growth perspective towards regulation and industry standards are some of the biggest challenges the open source community faces,” said Perianne Boring, Founder and President of the Chamber of Digital Commerce. “We are excited to work with the technical experts and open source community at the Hyperledger Project to further support our efforts on behalf of the blockchain industry.”

Other members that have recently joined Hyperledger include, Beijing Botuzongheng Science & Technology Co. Ltd., an Altoros Americas LLC.

Launched in December 2015, Hyperledger Project is a collaborative cross-industry effort aimed at advancing blockchain technology by creating an open standard for "a new generation of transactional applications."

The initiative is supported by prominent players in the technology, finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chain and manufacturing industries. These include SWIFT, Deutsche Bӧrse Group, DTCC, IBM, R3 and Thomson Reuters, among others.

"The growth and support across the globe is a testament to the need for an open source initiative, like Hyperledger, that accelerates the development of blockchain software and systems to reinvent industries," said Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director at Hyperledger.

Among Hyperledger's membership, 41 percent comes from the U.S., followed by China with 25 percent, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) with 20 percent, and Asia-Pacific with 14 percent.

This year, several open source blockchain and distributed ledger projects moved into incubation under Hyperledger — including Hyperledger Fabric, Sawtooth Lake, Blockchain Explorer and Iroha.

In October, Hyperledger launched the Hyperledger Healthcare Working Group to foster conversations and proposals for applications of blockchain technology in the healthcare industry.

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SFMTA Black Friday Hack Demanded Bitcoin Ransom

What seemed like a Black Friday hack has revealed extortionists demanding bitcoin ransom. Last weekend, San Francisco public transit fare systems began to refuse commuters’ money. The hacker demanded 100 bitcoin from SFMTA to put its payment systems back in place to undo the revenue loss.

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San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) refused to honor the ransom. Instead, it opened the gates to allow millions of commuters to commute for free to minimize disruption. By the following Monday, SFMTA’s business was back to normal. However, it is still unknown how the system got back up.

Damage from the Black Friday Hack

sfmta-new-logo-2012SFMTA lost approximately $559,000 in revenue each day of the Black Friday hack. Additionally, the ransom would have cost approximately $73,000. Such attacks are prevalent in this technologically advanced age —  especially at organizations where IT security is not upgraded to keep up with hackers’ technology.

Extortionists can easily hack into outdated systems to encrypt them. The hacker then demands a ransom to have encryption unlocked — and even then, decryption does not come with a guarantee.

According to The Verge, who contacted the hacker, the hacker has confirmed he was seeking a deal with SFMTA to undo the damage.

“… our software working completely automatically and we don’t have targeted attack to anywhere…”

Other Damages

bitcoin-ransomware-securityAs well as the hacked payment systems, employees’ laptops, email and printed services, payroll systems, and SQL databases were also compromised. In a terse statement, SFMTA said it had regained control of the payment system, while the rest is still under the hacker’s control.

The damage could have resulted in far more devastating results if the hacker had used his access to threaten the operational safety of transit services such as the train system and buses. The statement cited an ongoing investigation of the incident as the reason for not releasing more details.

Preventing and Managing Risks

Organizations should have policy and procedures in place for cyber attacks, to manage risk and control damage. With that said, investments in the upgrade of IT security would have likely prevented such losses.

Bitcoin alone does not give opportunities to hackers for extortion. Sufficient IT knowledge and investment are some of the key factors in this time and age to prevent exploitation of IT infrastructures.

To end on a lighter note: the Black Friday hack might have actually boosted the US economy on a Black Friday sales weekend, with all those extra free-riding travelers out spending money.

Share with us your thoughts about the Black Friday hack.


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Central Bank of Germany Reveals Functional Securities Blockchain

The German central bank Deutsche Bundesbank, in partnership with Deutsche Börse, has revealed a functional blockchain prototype that trades securities. The Deutsche Börse Group, a marketplace organizer for settling shares and other securities, said the platform is more efficient than traditional standards.

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German Central Bank Is Developing Blockchain Technology for Securities

bundesbank-300x200Deutsche Bundesbank and Deutsche Börse say they have built a blockchain application. The two organizations have also been researching and developing this technology for quite some time. Together they plan to further develop the distributed ledger prototype this year. Development will be focused on analyzing the technical benefits and scalability of the software.

“With the blockchain prototype, the Deutsche Bundesbank and Deutsche Börse want to work together to find out whether this technology can be used for financial transactions, and if so, how this can be achieved,” detailed Carl-Ludwig Thiele, Member of the Deutsche Bundesbank’s Executive Board. “Deutsche Bundesbank hopes that this prototype will contribute to a better practical understanding of blockchain technology in order to assess its potential.”

The blockchain platform news follows the central bank-hosted four-day blockchain workshop event called “Blockchain Technology – Opportunities and Challenges.” Deutsche Bundesbank and the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management focused on discussions concerning blockchain innovation and regulatory policy.

Prototype Uses Hyperledger but Is Far From ‘Market-Ready’

Carsten Kengeter, CEO of Deutsche Börse AG said the two groups are addressing “potentially radical technological opportunities” in the world of finance. “We will continue to do our utmost to leverage blockchain’s efficiency potential and to better understand and minimize the associated risks of this technology,” Kengeter added.

The prototype is the first draft stemming from the two organizations’ R&D efforts. Deutsche Börse and Deutsche Bundesbank note the platform is far from “market-ready” and it is just a proof-of-concept at the moment. Currently, the project boasts blockchain-based security transfers that offer both immediate and delayed payment structures. The framework is designed for identity and regulations with Hyperledger Project architecture.

The German prototype aims to create a more cost-efficient and immutable environment for securities of all kinds. One thing is for sure; central banks worldwide are laser-focused on blockchain technology.

What do you think about the German central bank utilizing blockchain technology for security trades? Let us know in the comments below.


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