Blockchain Technology Group Inc. (“BTGI”) has launched the private beta-launch of its proprietary Blockchain search technology software. With the explosive adoption of Blockchain technology globally, BTGI is developing a proprietary software platform that securely unlocks data records within Blockchain, to provide fast, robust, actionable “Big Data” analytics back to its customers.
As Blockchain technology continues its current mainstream adoption, “Big Data” validation for companies of all sizes across a variety of major sectors will continue to rise. Major global players across all industries, including the financial, insurance, pharmaceutical, technology, and medical sectors will require faster, robust access and data validation from around the globe. BTGI’s expects that its platform will directly address this need, through its own powerful and versatile search and data analytics technology that adapts to a variety of complex user parameters.
“By carefully focusing and building our technology in the area of search and big data analytics we are positioning BTGI to be a global leader in this exciting space. We are developing a disruptive technology in a field that will touch every major global industry in the next few years, if not already,” said Shone Anstey, President and CTO of BTGI. Mr. Anstey further commented that “As more industries adopt Blockchain technology because of its secure and unmodifiable transaction history records, we believe BTGI’s search and big data analytics engine can play a pivotal role in the Blockchain space for companies of all sizes.”
“The mandate of our search and data analytics technology is to provide ease of use while driving efficiency into an area where large volumes of Blockchain data are commonplace,” commented Lance Morginn, CEO of BTGI.
Mr. Morginn further commented that:
“Results generated will allow customers to make critical, timely decisions which positively influence their business. It has been great to see the industry demand for our services when an editorial with Shone and lead developer Marty Anstey was published on Bitcoinest.net last week. Since the article was published, we have had a number of inquiries for our services.”