What is Xero?
How does Xero use Chainpoint?
Public companies must prove their financial statements and related records are accurate. Xero is using Chainpoint to create an immutable audit history of the changes of accounting records and documents. Xero’s announcement describes how customers can use Chainpoint to prove any type of event or transaction inside Xero.
How is the blockchain used?
Tierion’s Chainpoint technology lets software developers link data to the blockchain. This process generates a Chainpoint proof, which can be used to prove the data is linked to a point on the chain — hence the name Chainpoint.
Blockchains are notoriously slow. Bitcoin can process about four transactions per second. Ethereum can process approximately fifteen transactions per second. Chainpoint overcomes these scalability limitations by linking thousands or even millions of Chainpoint proofs to a single transaction. Chainpoint transforms the blockchain into a global proof engine.
How can I learn more about Chainpoint?
Xero is a beautiful, easy-to-use global online platform for small businesses and their advisors. The company has over one million subscribers in more than 180 countries. Xero seamlessly integrates with more than 600 apps. It was ranked #1 by Forbes as the World’s Most Innovative Growth Company for two years running, won Technology Provider of the Year for the British Small Business Awards, and was rated by Canstar Blue as Australia’s best accounting software three consecutive years from 2015–2017.
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