Welcome to Omnitude
Omnitude is a pioneering hybrid blockchain business. We are focused on bringing the benefits of this new disruptive technology to future facing enterprises that recognise its transformative role in bringing real‑world commercial advantage.
Both businesses and customers can benefit from our hybrid blockchain middleware plug and play platform. Omnitude’s blockchain ecosystem allows data to be pushed, pulled and merged into data flows that are secure, transparent and immutable. Businesses can adopt this new technology without having to replace current systems whilst ensuring customers are in charge of their own personal data, without having to have it stored in centralised, vulnerable data silos.
Take a look around, we are in the vanguard of real world adoption today… not tomorrow.
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It’s time to claim your tokens
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our token sale — 2018 was a whirlwind — and we have only got started! The time has now come for you to remove your unclaimed token from the Omnitude dashboard as we move into the next phase.
Omnitude to move ECOM token to the Stellar network
Omnitude will be converting its ECOM token from the current Ethereum-based ERC20 standard to Stellar’s crypto platform. Stellar’s high scalability, fast transaction times and low fees are the perfect solution for Omnitude’s predicted large volume transactions and throughput. Stellar will be the framework for the ECOM token within Omnitude’s Hyperledger network. This allows us to combine the best parts of two excellent technologies in creating Omnitude’s hybrid blockchain.
Hyperledger is the key to blockchain becoming transformative
Not since the world wide web itself was conceived in the mind of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has a technology promised a broader and more fundamental revolution than blockchain. Much has been written about it in recent months, especially following the fluctuations in the value of Bitcoin that have caused a massive volatility in the crypto-market. Yet, whilst blockchain and the various cryptocurrencies that it underpins are getting all the headlines, some of the biggest names in the business including Accenture, Cisco, IBM, Fujitsu and SAP are backing a different horse — Hyperledger.