CEOENT Technologies AG
Member Since December 2022
Wolfgang Rückerl is the Co-Founder and CEO of Istari Vision and Entity.global. He has also spearheaded the development of the Entity Launchpad, which launches innovative Web3 projects and includes complementary tools for reward strategies, investment analytics, and crypto taxation compliance. Wolfgang prides himself on being an innovator and blockchain instructor, as well as a mentor for ascendant Web3 companies building their product or service on the technology stack of the Elrond blockchain. Prior to co-founding Entity and Istari Vision, Wolfgang worked in the industry of ethical AI and data privacy at Oosto (formerly Anyvision).
Digital assets can present expansive and valuable opportunities for a TradFi institution that's prepared to lay the necessary foundation. As digital asset options continue to gain attention and acceptance from investors, traditional financial institutions may be considering adding digital assets to their offerings and/or portfolios. As with any other industry, "standing still" isn't an option in the financial sector, and tapping into the potential of digital assets can help TradFi organizations tap into an enthusiastic and growing new customer base. Further, adding digital assets can diversify a traditional portfolio, offering a hedge against market downturns. However, any upside achieved from being viewed as an innovative early adopter can quickly be erased if a TradFi institution isn't thoroughly prepared for the unique opportunities, challenges and risks that come with digital assets. Below, 11 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share essential things any TradFi organization must be prepared to do if it's considering digital assets and why these steps shouldn't be skipped.
Tracking Bitcoin blockchain metrics can provide a window into the overall health of the crypto community. Many who aren’t crypto industry insiders may view “Bitcoin” and “crypto” as basically synonymous. While members of the traditional finance industry know that there’s much more to crypto than Bitcoin, they also know that Bitcoin’s performance and health serve as a bellwether for the acceptance and growth of the overall crypto industry. Monitoring select blockchain metrics can help financial institutions and investors gauge market sentiment, predict changes in values and identify investment risks and opportunities not only in terms of Bitcoin, but also the larger crypto industry. Below, 11 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle detail Bitcoin blockchain metrics TradFi organizations would be wise to watch.
Respect for users’ personal privacy must be top of mind when developing proof-of-humanity identity solutions. Trust is in shorter supply in the digital world these days. As artificial intelligence evolves and produces more “humanlike” and realistic results, users of digital services are increasingly concerned with knowing who and/or what, precisely, they’re interacting with. With a commitment to decentralization and broad access, the crypto industry in particular needs proof-of-humanity solutions to avoid issues like fake accounts and automated bots — and, of course, to comply with Know Your Customer and Anti-Money Laundering regulations. The crypto industry is nothing if not innovative, and proof-of-humanity solutions that leverage verified video registries, social connections and biometric identification are among those in the works. But user privacy and control are a cornerstone of the crypto philosophy, so it’s essential that developers demonstrate a commitment to these principles. Below, nine members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle share their advice and ideas to help developers of proof-of-humanity solutions preserve the privacy of personal information.
Leaders of traditional companies across industries may be hearing a lot about the unique versatility and security of blockchain technology and wondering what role it could play in their own businesses. With many pundits proclaiming Web3 and decentraIization to be the future of business and financial transactions, there is likely a sense of urgency behind at least better understanding the possible benefits. Rather than striking out on its own, a traditional company might benefit from partnering with a well-matched blockchain project, whose leaders can offer expertise not only in the underlying technology, but also in the best ways to leverage it. Below, 10 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle discuss ways traditional companies — and their blockchain partners — could benefit from teaming up.
Offering both big-picture and detailed views of transactions, blockchain explorers are a powerful tool for both individuals and companies. Even those who aren’t steeped in the finance industry can probably call up a visual image of an old-school stock ticker, generating lengths of white tape to help investors stay on top of stock market transactions and developments. Today, these have been supplanted by up-to-the-moment digital trackers. In similar fashion, the crypto industry has blockchain explorers, which offer users real-time tracking of not only their own transactions, but also everything happening on the blockchain. Providing invaluable information for both individuals and companies, blockchain explorers bolster insiders’ argument that cryptocurrencies can be a secure and trustworthy option for investments and digital transactions. Below, 11 members of Cointelegraph Innovation Circle discuss some of the benefits blockchain explorers offer to all users.
ENT Technologies AG
Entity is the central hub for builders and investors alike to navigate the MultiversX (Elrond) ecosystem and achieve growth. To harness this potential, Entity’s Launchpad and suite of cutting-edge Web3 tools offer a streamlined process of helping builders integrate their projects and get products to market. Our core focus will be on supporting the DeFi movement within the MultiversX ecosystem, thus creating new paths of development and integration possibilities for projects on Entity.