IAMX has announced a partnership with Klüh Multiservices to explore and experiment with solutions in Digital Identity, Identity & Access Management (IAM), Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain technology through the Cardano blockchain.
This partnership represents a significant advancement in integrating cutting-edge digital technologies within the service industry. The application of blockchain technology in these domains holds the potential to elevate security, efficiency and transparency in the management and delivery of services.
IAMX and Klüh expect the partnership to bring about a transformative shift in how services are managed and provided, opening the door to more innovative and secure solutions in the industry.
IAMX is a company that specializes in developing Digital Identity and IAM systems, equipping organizations with the essential resources to proficiently oversee digital identities and guarantee secure access to various assets. It also incorporates state-of-the-art technologies like blockchain, biometrics, multi-factor authentication and other advanced tools into its services.
Meanwhile, Klüh Multiservices has been a leader in service innovation since 1911. Its offerings encompass Cleaning, Catering, Clinic, Security, Personnel, Airport and Integrated Services. The company has notably managed the iconic Burj Khalifa project in Dubai.
Cardano is a decentralized and open-source public blockchain platform that employs a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. Launched in 2015, the platform is led by Charles Hoskinson, one of the co-founders of Ethereum. Utilizing its native cryptocurrency, ADA, Cardano enables peer-to-peer transactions on its platform.
ADA is integral to Cardano’s proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism, serving as a reward for blockchain-related tasks or available for purchase on exchanges.
In Cardano’s PoS system, a node’s capacity to generate blocks is determined by its staked ADA. Staked ADA represents an interest held by pool participants, secured with pledged ADA, which serves as collateral, inaccessible for spending.
Investors engage in Cardano’s staking pools, collaborative groups of ADA holders who have pledged their coins, to collectively update the ledger, create new blocks, and earn rewards. Users who stake coins can potentially become validators.
Staking and validation involve two approaches, staking ADA in an existing pool or establishing a new one. Stake pools conduct transaction validation work. Public pools distribute rewards to members based on their staked ADA, while private pools provide rewards exclusively to the owner(s). Running a stake pool demands skills in server management, node monitoring, key management and other administrative tasks.
Cardano divides its developmental progress into distinct “eras” named after prominent figures in the realms of poetry and computer science. Currently, the platform is poised for the transition from the Basho era to the final phase, Voltaire.
Voltaire stands as the concluding stage in Cardano’s development, focusing on introducing features like voting and treasury management through the utilization of previously integrated smart contract functionality and system enhancements.
Upon the completion of Voltaire, IOHK envisions releasing the fully decentralized blockchain and network to the community. At this stage, Cardano will be open for community-driven development, maintenance and security. Unlike some other cryptocurrencies, ADA cannot be mined. Instead, it must be acquired through exchange transactions or earned through network participation.