In the first of a two-part series, our CTO Gavin Ray explains why security is key to everything we do at digi.me - and what that means in practice Security is the equal and opposite of the threat you face. It almost sounds too simplistic, but it really is true that the only purpose of … Continue reading Security is a fabric not a bolt-on
We've very excited to announce that we are putting on a digi.spark hackathon in Sydney, Australia, from October 26-28 as part of the New South Wales Spark Festival. As data is set to rain down on Australia with the new Consumer Data Right becoming law, starting with the implementation of opening banking from July 2019, … Continue reading Come and join our first digi.me hackathon Down Under – we’ve got $25K in prizes and a trip to China up for grabs!
Calling all developers, hackers, creatives and geeks! After the success of previous hackathons in Iceland and London, which were brimming with creativity and brilliant app ideas, we're doing it all over again. The next digi.me hack takes place in......drum roll..... Sarajevo from October 13-14. And this one has a grand prize of €2,500 for the … Continue reading It’s a personal data hackathon with a €2,500 prize – come and join us in Sarajevo!
With the recent launch of our digi.me app store, we wanted to tell you a little bit more about the inital wave of third party apps on there. As you'd expect with anything built on the digi.me platform, all have been created with unprecedented levels of privacy for consumers concerned about how their data is … Continue reading Introducing digi.me’s new apps – putting you in charge of your personal data
I know that’s kind of a bold statement – and likely to ruffle the feathers of our blockchain-loving, decentralized-worshiping friends. But we are excited to announce the official launch of digi.me’s app store (little “a”, little “s”), which you can find at digi.me/share. (And our architecture is almost entirely decentralized and distributed…with just a few … Continue reading Digi.me launches ‘iTunes of personal data’
Hello - the ever-fabulous MyData is underway once again in Helsinki, and we're delighted to be here. This year, we're doing something different - and asking for innovative ideas to help improve healthcare or city living for an app that we will build during the conference. How could local data, such as transit or weather, … Continue reading Help us live build an app at MyData 2018!
Ease has become one of the biggest experiences consumers seek as tech moves to simplify more and more of our lives. But tech can also simplify other tech. Take personal data, for example. More and more companies are offering ways for consumers to download their data, either because they need to comply with the EU … Continue reading Building a world around collecting and sharing personal data easily, securely and privately