We are pleased to announce the successful formation of MTWT, Inc. - a blockchain innovation lab focused on technological disruption to help solve some of the fundamental challenges of the 21st century.
As concerned citizens we see the risks humanity faces, and the governments crippled by inaction. We realize that it is down to entrepreneurs like us to connect the dots, and lead the way. Our unique blend of technical knowledge and marketing savvy will allow us to forge partnerships, and bring to market technologies that have the power to shift paradigms.
Blockchains, aside from generating cryptocurrencies (a nice side benefit), offer very real improvements to current centralized infrastructure ranging from enhanced security to data reliability and consensus algorithms, to name just a few. Blockchains rely on interconnected machines working together to solve the cryptographic puzzles required to securely encrypt new data blocks, each acting as part of a decentralized team/data center.
Bitcoin’s distributed computing power is thought to be at least 525 times that of Google. Bitcoin however acts as a currency only. Utility based tokens, on the other hand, have the ability to act as highly secure, verifiable data stores, with far lower infrastructure costs.
From oceans drowning in plastic, to the melting of polar caps, we are sitting on a ticking time bomb. Recent research published by WWF estimates that we have lost 50% of our wildlife in the last 40 years. We don’t have time for governments plagued by special interests to squabble over who does, or pays for, what. We need action now, before it’s too late.
It’s tempting to throw our hands in the air and say there’s nothing we can do, but that’s simply not true. There are new technologies being developed that just need commoditization, funding and marketing.
Over the coming months we will be raising our initial capital, followed shortly by the launch of our first project. If you are interested in helping us attain our vision, don’t hesitate to reach out.
The future is not yet written. We are the masters of our own destiny. The question is whether we’ll act, or be passive onlookers.