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Pavel Kravchenko, founder of Distributed Lab, about the financial web future and main principles – what it has to do, and what it shouldn’t attempt to do.



This review by Coindesk reports on how The National Bank of Ukraine is expanding the team working to move the country’s national currency, the hryvnia, to a blockchain. Distributed Lab is helping with the build. As Distributed Lab’s founder, Pavel Kravchenko, confirmed, the startup is at least partly “responsible for [the] architecture, blockchain research and development and security analysis” of the institution’s initiative.


Pavel Kravchenko​ explained how tokenization to alter investment approaches.



Dr. Pavel Kravchenko​, PhD in technical sciences and the founder of Distributed Lab, in the second of two parts article for Coindesk, describes the obstacles that must be overcome before blockchain technology can deliver on the promise of tokenization.



After years of exploring his options, Roman Sulzhyk has become the latest in a string of senior-level executives around the world to make the jump to the blockchain sector. Not only has Sulzhyk invested in the Ukraine-based blockchain startup Distributed Lab, he’s taken on a leadership role as chairman of its board of directors.



​Bitcoin forks really spotlight many problems. Here we are talking which ones.



Pavel Kravchenko in the first of a two-part series posts on Coindesk, argues that tokenization of assets using blockchains will have more profound effects on the world’s markets than simply reducing back-office record-keeping costs.



In this opinion piece, Kravchenko explains the ins and outs of cryptographic tokens, what kinds there are and how each kind is different.



A magnificent view across the Black Sea from a sunny rooftop terrace in Odessa – it’s hard to imagine a more beautiful location for a blockchain conference. Guests and speakers from more than 20 countries were at the fifth Blockchain Incredible Party, BIP001, a leading cryptocurrency and blockchain event in eastern Europe.


The Fintech Times

The world is getting digitised and the payment processing infrastructure has to move ahead too, towards being faster, easier, smarter, cheaper and available for all the customer categories. Currently it is heavy-footed, slow, closed, extremely expensive and monopolised. Scaling our solutions across the world could help New Gen payment services to get mass use.

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