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M360DEGREES is a Trusted Software Company that began with the first hard worker who needed a website. From its inception it has operated with one simple principal; that is, to create happiness for others while empowering organizations to innovate, transform, and achieve better business results!


With God’s timing and blessings M360DEGREES has experienced marvelous beginnings. As a firm that believes in you, we are so honored to serve many wonderful loyal partners and clients, some fortune 1000 companies, small and medium sized businesses, schools and universities, healthcare organizations, a few A-list celebrities and professional ball players, but most importantly, always good hard working people who “believe”, “dream”, and need a trusted software partner along the way.


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12175 Visionary Way, Fishers, IN 46038

Email: sales@m360degrees.com

Phone: 877-636-0669

Blockchain Application Development Services

Blockchain Security

Blockchain Technologies is a newly founded method to secure data and enhance the trust verification process; which often means a better bottom line for companies.

Blockchain provides different choices for digital security, combining cryptography and immutable data together. M360DEGREES creates and manages business “blockchain” platforms so companies can focus on their customers.

Smart Contracts

Smart Contracts are programmable agreements that utilize execution in a distributed setting for enforceable action. Today these contracts are being used to process funding opportunities, real estate, online auctions, legal, healthcare, and on…

Smart Contracts not only define the rules and penalties around an agreement in the same way that a traditional contract does, but also automatically enforce those obligations.

Custom Development

Whether you’re thinking about developing a decentralized application or creating a private blockchain, our talented team of developers can help organizations deliver exactly what they plan for their customers.

Apply Cryptocurrency

If you’re looking to apply “Bitcoin”, the most popular cryptocurrency on the marketplace, or some other form of electronic currency our developers are experts at that.

Discover blockchain and its significance to start creating a much more proactive and protected digital platform for the organization.

While blockchain stands at the frontline of data attacks and gains its footing in the industry, people are beginning to experience the effects of yet another emerging technology geared to alter the way business is transacted between companies.

Already millions and even billions of dollars have been invested in new companies all around world; Chief Executives are now acutely aware that data transactions are experiencing a makeover. The intelligent, decentralized, trusted and highly-encrypted network of computing nodes is positioned to be the next disruptive wave in digital business. In fact, the forward thinking market leaders who adopt and implement blockchain first believe their companies will receive a distinct competitive advantage.

8 Core Benefits of Blockchain Technology

The thought leaders of the world in the blockchain sphere offer numerous benefits of blockchain technology. That’s why we had to mention the top 8 benefits that are so much on all our minds.

Decentralization

Transparency and Trust

Immutability

High Availability

Highly Secure

Simplification of Current Paradigms

Faster Agreements

Cost Saving

Blockchain Technology Discussions

You’re invited to listen in on a couple of business conversations where our Chief Technology Officer explores the Blockchain possibilities with ACME Credit Services and a curious booth visitor on her way to an appointment.

ACME Office Discussion

Tech Booth Visitor Discussion

How Much Do You Know About Blockchain Technology?

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Agreement Ledger

Agreement Ledger

An agreement ledger is distributed ledger used by two or more parties to negotiate and reach agreement.

Attestation Ledger

Attestation Ledger

A distributed ledger providing a durable record of agreements, commitments or statements, providing evidence (attestation) that these agreements, commitments or statements were made.

ASIC

ASIC

ASIC is an acronym for “Application Specific Integrated Circuit”. ASICs are silicon chips specifically designed to do a single task. In the case of bitcoin, they are designed to process SHA-256 hashing problems to mine new bitcoins.

Blockchain

Blockchain

A blockchain is a type of distributed ledger, comprised of unchangable, digitally recorded data in packages called blocks. Each block is then ‘chained’ to the next block, using a cryptographic signature. This allows block chains to be used like a ledger, which can be shared and accessed by anyone with the appropriate permissions.

Confirmation

Confirmation

A confirmation means that the blockchain transaction has been verified by the network. This happens through a process known as mining, in a proof-of-work system (e.g. Bitcoin). Once a transaction is confirmed, it cannot be reversed or double spent.

Consensus Process

Consensus Process

The process a group of peers responsible for maintaining a distributed ledger use to reach consensus on the ledger’s contents.

Consensus Point

Consensus Point

A point – either in time, or defined in terms of a set number or volume of records to be added to the ledger – where peers meet to agree the state of the ledger.

Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency

A form of digital currency based on mathematics, where encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds. Furthermore, cryptocurrencies operate independently of a central bank.

Digital Identity

Digital Identity

A digital identity is an online or networked identity adopted or claimed in cyberspace by an individual, organization, or electronic device.

Distributed Ledger

Distributed Ledger

Distributed ledgers are a type of database that are spread across multiple sites, countries or institutions. Records are stored one after the other in a continuous ledger. Distributed ledger data can be either “permissioned” or “unpermissioned” to control who can view it.

Double Spend

Double Spend

Double spend refers to a scenario, in the Bitcoin network, where someone tries to send a bitcoin transaction to two different recipients at the same time. However, once a bitcoin transaction is confirmed, it makes it nearly impossible to double spend it.

Genesis Block

Genesis Block

The very first block in a block chain.

Ledger

Ledger

An append-only record store, where records are immutable and may hold more general information than financial records.

Mining

Mining

The process by which transactions are verified and added to a blockchain. This process of solving cryptographic problems using computing hardware also triggers the release of cryptocurrencies.

Multi Signature

Multi Signature

Multi-signature (multisig) addresses allow multiple parties to require more than one key to authorize a transaction. The needed number of signatures is agreed at the creation of the address. Multi signature addresses have a much greater resistance to theft.

P2P

P2P

Peer-to-peer (P2P) refers to the decentralized interactions that happen between at least two parties in a highly interconnected network. P2P participants deal directly with each other through a single mediation point.

Permissioned Ledger

Permissioned Ledger

A permissioned ledger is a ledger where users must have permission to access the ledger. Permissioned ledgers may have one or many owners.

Private Key

Private Key

A private key is a string of data that shows you have access to bitcoins in a specific wallet. Private keys can be thought of as a password; private keys must never be revealed to anyone but you, as they allow you to spend the bitcoins from your bitcoin wallet through a cryptographic signature.

Proof-of-Stake

Proof-of-Stake

An alternative to the proof-of-work system, in which your existing stake in a cryptocurrency (the amount of that currency that you hold) is used to calculate the amount of that currency that you can mine.

Proof-of-Work

Proof-of-Work

A system that ties mining capability to computational power. Blocks must be hashed, which is in itself an easy computational process, but an additional variable is added to the hashing process to make it more difficult. When a block is successfully hashed, the hashed block is considered proof of work.

Scrypt

Scrypt

An alternative proof of work system to SHA-256, designed to be particularly friendly to CPU and GPU miners, while offering little advantage to ASIC miners.

SHA 256

SHA 256

The cryptographic function used as the basis for bitcoin’s proof of work system.

Smart Contracts

Smart Contracts

Smart Contracts are contracts whose terms are recorded in a computer language instead of legal language. Smart contracts can be automatically executed by a computing system, such as a suitable distributed ledger system.

Unpermissioned ledgers

Unpermissioned ledgers

Unpermissioned ledgers such as Bitcoin have no single owner. The purpose of an unpermissioned ledger is to allow anyone to contribute data to the ledger and for everyone in possession of the ledger to have identical copies.

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