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[CUBE NEWS] KakaoTalk to Reveal Blockchain Wallet in June?

A blockchain based cryptocurrency wallet will be installed in June in KakaoTalk, a "national messenger in South Korea", which is used by about 44 million people in Korea. When the crypto wallet is added to KakaoTalk, all users of KakaoTalk now have a crypto wallet and can transfer digital assets as easily as sending cash like KakaoPay.

According to related personnel in the related industry, Kakao will install a crypto wallet in KakaoTalk along with the start of commercial service of blockchain network "Clayton", which is being developed by the blockchain subsidiary Ground X. Clayton commercial service is expected to start at the end of June.
"Clayton is working as a crypto wallet," said several Clayton partners who are developing a blockchain-based service with Clayton. "KakaoTalk, which is already used by the entire nation, is best suited to use as a crypto wallet. " Users of existing KakaoTalk users can easily access the wallet by simply upgradi…

Why connected cars will change transport forever?

From smart TVs and security systems to wearable technology, consumers are increasingly connecting devices to the internet to enhance entertainment, save money, and bring convenience to their busy lifestyles. And with cars now joining this growing Internet of Things, private transport is set to change forever.
Whilst many cars already exist with connected features, enabled by 4G or OBD II dongles, the ownership of connected cars will accelerate in 2019 with the rollout of 5G, so much so, that by 2020, 30 million cars will be sold with embedded technology. Car connectivity allows other innovative technology, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, to understand and respond to drivers. Powered with information on how people drive, what they like, where they go and what they need, products and services can be tailored to individuals, such as traffic alerts on a user’s route to work.
The vast amounts of data produced by connected cars will drive further developments, with manufa…

[CUBE ANNOUNCEMENT] CubeBox Live Broadcasting Notice

CubeBox Live Broadcasting Notice

- Schedule: Wednesday, May 30, 2018, 4:30PM (in Korean Time)
- Duration: about 20 minutes (additional 10 minutes if there is any question to be answered)
- Platform: Youtube (Link to channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv8xnuzEmiPJtXAjogSbhxw?view_as=subscriber)
- Language: Descriptions and communication will be made in Korean. English subtitled version will be uploaded on YouTube in English after the live session.
- Contents: CubeBox 1st version introduction and 2nd version notice
- Remark: We will only cover contents related to CubeBox. There will be no comment on other matters (Only questions related to CubeBox will be answered.)
- Cast: CEO Richard Biggs, Team Leader Ryu Jiseok


The above image is the image of device for test and broadcasts only.
The device in the image was made with a 3D printer only for testing. The design will differ from the product launched on June 15th.


Additional announcements regarding CubeBox

CubeBox will be released first in …

[CUBE NEWS] Cube Intelligence becomes a partner of Palo Alto Networks!

With the era of 'Connected Car', the automotive security market is growing rapidly all over the world.

Until now, automobiles were not connected to the Internet, so they were not attacked like computers. Because of this, automakers had no reason to worry about malicious viruses like PCs.

In recent years, with the rapid change of this environment, Europe has obligated all cars produced from 2020, two years later, to have an SOS button. All cars turn into connected cars that are connected to the Internet. In this case, the automobile market, which is the largest market for a single product market, is attacked by a massive malicious virus. All automakers suddenly wondered how to prevent such network attacks.

In the hacking market that produces malicious viruses, malicious hacking attacks are getting bigger than 10 billion dollars per year. It is a way to sell a vaccine that infiltrates and removes the malicious virus. Experts predict that from the moment a car connected to the n…

CUBE ANNOUNCEMENT : Privacy Policy Renewal Notification

Privacy Policy Renewal Notification
Thank you for visiting our website and using our services. For us to give you the best experience, you’ll need to share some personal information with us, and we want to be open about the information we collect, what we use it for, and whom we share it with.
That’s why we’ve written this Privacy Policy. We’ve tried to make it as easy to understand, but if you still have questions about anything just let us know.
Basically, we collect three types of information from you: Your email address, your KYC (Know Your Customer) information, and cookies from our website. The categories are set out in more detail on Section 2.
We need your email address to contact you. We need your KYC info to confirm your identity and comply with anti-money laundering regulations. Finally, we process your cookies to enhance our website (see Sections 8, 9 and 10).
We do not provide or expose our collected information to third parties, unless we are required to do so.…

[Interview] Cube Intelligence CEO Biggs "block-chain will keep connected cars safe"

Richard Biggs, the CEO of Cube Intelligence in his office in Gangnam-Gu, Seoul. / Photo = Yoon Si Ji reporter

"When communication technologies are applied to cars, it opens up ‘doors’ for malicious hacks. We are developing a technology that keeps those ‘doors’ firm.” "

The need for vehicle network security is getting bigger, more than ever. The generalization of connected cars and autonomous driving technologies call for higher security standards.

Cube Intelligence, a developer of block chain technology, is expanding its business by covering automobile communication security technologies, car sharing, and insurance product development. Founded in November 2017, UK, Cube Intelligence has been developing vehicle-applied block-chain technology with Korean developers. On October 16, Cube Intelligence signed a business agreement with MG insurance to develop insurance products derived from block-chain applied car data collection. In addition, the company plans to introduce a block-ch…

April 2018 Monthly Report

April 2018: Monthly Report

4th April: Richard Biggs and Robert Cooke met with German Automobile company for a meeting in Berlin, Germany. On 4th April, Cube held a meeting with a major German Automobile company in Berlin, Germany. We agreed to follow up the discussion in near future.

17th April: Signed a Joint R&D Contract for Big Data Application with MG Non-Life Insurance Co. Ltd. We signed a contract with MG Insurance, a company with total asset of 3.2 billion USD, collaborating a joint R&D for Big Data application. We are currently discussing future insurance products utilizing CUBE’s data, and insurance products specifically for P2P Car-sharing.

18th April: Spring Meet up. On 18th April, CUBE hosted a Spring Meet up, held at Seoul Intercontinental Hotel, Seoul, Korea. The meeting presented our current business report and future plans, followed by the Q&A session with the contributors.

18th April: Richard Biggs Inaugurated as CEO. Richard Biggs was inaugurated as Global CE…