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AgriDigital

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AgriDigital simplifies the supply chain between farmers and consumers. This blockchain platform allows users to oversee contracts, deliveries, payments, etc. and control operations and trade securely and cheaply.

Track and TraceAgriculture

AgUnity

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Trust & Transparency for Global Agricultural Supply Chains – Co-ops are based too often on paper contracts, verbal agreements, and complicated processes that lack transparency and ultimately doesn’t enable the farmer. AgUnity is providing inexpesive smartphones with a blockchain technology application that helps build networks among farmers along a framework of trust. This technology also improves effiiciencies for developing world farmers.

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Amply

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Logging the needs and tasks of Early Childhood Development (ECD) service providers can be inefficient, time-intensive and expensive. Amply is a blockchain mobile application tracks students’ attendance, ensures the accuracy of pairing services with the needs of different children, lowers administrative costs, and maximizes the efficiency of the pre-school subsidy system. These offerings can be accessed universally through smart phone devices, so that Amply can have potential impact on several diverse ECD centers, schools, etc.

IdentityEducation

Alice

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Though there are opportunities to share insights and collaborate in social good projects, the due diligence, low visibility and reporting costs associated with joint efforts sometimes hinder these possibilities. Furthermore, money can also be wasted on inadequate social good projects. Alice is a blockchain platform that manages community social funding and impact transparently in order to crowdsource social change and generate this shared knowledge.

Smart ContractingFinancial Services

Australian Government Funding for Blockchain in Smart Cities

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The Australian government announced they will provide $2.57 million in funding for a cutting edge project in the City of Fremantle trialling the use of blockchain-powered distributed energy and water systems.

Ecosystem CreationGovernment Services

BBVA / Wave

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BBVA, with the help of Wave, used blockchain to automate the electronic submission of documents in an import-export transaction between Europe and Latin America reducing the time required to send, verify and authorize an international trade transaction, which normally takes from seven to ten days, to just 2.5 hours.

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Blockfreight

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Blockchain platform for global commodity trading.

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Carbon Conservation

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The Smart Contract for Good program is providing funds to remote villages in Indonesia—via smart contract platform Dappbase—to protect the communities’ local forests from forest fires.

Smart Contracting

Andhra Pradesh Land Registry

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This Indian land registry project – aimed at boosting transparency and reducing the incidence of document forgery – has become a global model for how technology can improve government services.

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Bext360

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Bext360 is a traceable Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform focusing on critical supply chains such as coffee, cocoa, seafood, palm oil, minerals (Coltan, Cobalt), timber and cotton. It provides a traceable fingerprint to track products from producer to consumer to ensure accountability and sustainability.

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BHP Billiton

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Records movements of wellbore rock and fluid samples and better secure the real-time data that is generated during delivery.

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BlockVerify

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Verifies product origin to address counterfeit problems.

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Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)

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Describes an improved process of lending, monitoring and evaluating development projects counting on BNDES public financing. The key component to enable the process improvement is a proposed mechanism to track funding, called BNDESToken. This paper also explains how BNDES is implementing a transition solution, which is going to be used during proofs of concept in some financing projects.

Financial InclusionFinancial Services

WeTrust

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WeTrust aims to provide decentralized financial services and create a more inclusive financial system which allows anyone to access fair, equitable financial services without an expensive trusted third party.

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UNDP (AltFinLab) / Bitspark

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In Tajikistan, UNDP is working with BitSPark on investigating possibilities to transfer remittances money from Tajikistan workers from Russia to Tajikistan using Bitcoins.

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RootProject

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RootProject applies blockchain technology to a class of economic models to create a new funding paradigm for social good. The system helps align the interests of investors, donors and nonprofits to reach shared fundraising goals, for example, as well as other philanthropic possibilities that generate social impact.

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Moneda PAR

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Moneda PAR, which is based on a mutual credit system understanding, is a social currency program. The blockchain system exchanges goods, services, time and mutual credit for companies, businesses and other entities that participate in and agree upon the standards of this type of exchange system.

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GIVE Foundation

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The GIVE token empowers kids to learn and experience the benefit of giving to support charities and kids in need as well as get financial literacy. By receiving, investing, and earning more tokens through specially designed smart contracts, kids in Southeast Asia will support their community.

Smart ContractingPhilanthropy & Aid

Moeda

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Moeda’s use of blockchain technology helps it to effectively leapfrog some of the most common challenges that microlenders often encounter: lack of transparency, a preponderance of middlemen, and inefficiency. Blockchain allows for the creation of trustworthy, immutable records, as well as cost-saving operational efficiencies that then lower the cost of lending.

Smart ContractingFinancial Services

Level One Project

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The Gates Foundation believes that everyone benefits from an economy that includes everyone. Yet today, billions of people—particularly in the world’s poorest countries—are excluded from a formal economy and miss out on the many advantages these financial systems offer.

IdentityFinancial Services

Kora

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Promoting financial inclusion in emerging markets.

IdentityFinancial Services

Distributed Giving Project

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The Distributed Giving Project (DGP) uses blockchain technologies to provide charity donations to people in need. For instance, in its pilot program, in partnership with the Denver Rescue Mission, DGP gave 24 participants access to funds - known as “secure wallets” - to be used toward food and drinks, toiletries, and other daily necessities from approved vendors.

IdentityFinancial Services

China blockchain-based asset custody system (PSBC)

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Beijing wants banks to adopt the technology to help combat chronic fraud such as fake trade finance deals.

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BitPesa

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A digital foreign exchange and payment platform that leverages blockchain settlement to significantly lower the cost and increase the speed of business payments to and from frontier markets. BitPesa is a market-maker in every major African currency and opens corridors for business payments and trade between frontier markets and the rest of the world.

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Blocko

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Gyeonggi-do, a populous province in South Korea, utilized Blocko’s Coinstack platform to vote on community aid projects as part of the Ddabok program that utilizes smart contracting. Formerly happening behind closed doors, holding a vote in the traditional sense proved too onerous. Through this program, local residents are able to propose ideas for aid, after which the provincial government can opt to award budgets to fund those projects.

Ecosystem CreationGovernment Services

Civil: A Decentralized Marketplace for Sustainable Journalism

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The idea is to build a new type of media economy, which relies on Ethereum-based tokens (an off-shoot of bitcoin) to fund worthy reporting. If it works, the result will be a decentralized editorial model where important stories of all sorts can be funded. Another advantage is the stories will be hard to wipe off the Internet, as often happens when a media firm goes bankrupt, because the article are hosted on an immutable blockchain.

Ecosystem CreationMedia

Regen Network

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Addresses climate change and environmental degradation using distributed ledger technology (DLT) to create verifiable solutions that are community and market-driven. The technological arrangements needed to structure this decentralized system includes smart contracting, trusted data quality and infrastructural means, and validated governance mechanisms within discrete legal jurisdictions. In this way, the Regen ledger is a doman-specific blockchain that’s able to coordinate ecologically sustainable outcomes.

Ecosystem CreationEnvironment

Vnesheconombank

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The project’s goal is to bring about a transparent environment for electronic transactions between businesses and government customers. And the new methods will be created for storing and verifying the information to drive the transition toward the digital economy. Vnesheconombank plans to use this technology to facilitate aspects of its business such as investments, project monitoring, procurement, electronic contracting, e-contract fulfilment and tracing the supply and subcontractor chain.

Smart ContractingBusiness Operations

Berkeley City Blockchain Municipal Bond

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Led by Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Councilmember Ben Bartlett, the city is partnering with University of California Berkeley’s Blockchain Lab and finance technology company Neighborly to create a “tokenized municipal bond offering.” The offering will allow individuals to buy Berkeley’s cryptocurrency to fund city-issued municipal bonds. The money raised will pay for things such as affordable housing, homeless shelters, ambulances, street trees, even a community theater.

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Giveth donations

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Giveth uses the Ethereum blockchain for its open source platform that allows givers to oversee their charitable funds directly.

Ecosystem CreationPhilanthropy & Aid

The National Research Council of Canada

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Transparent Administration of Public Contracts: “This Smart contract provides the functions necessary to record (“push”) & retrieve public funding data to the Ethereum blockchain”.

Smart ContractingGovernment Services

Solidified

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Solidified has the largest (200+) community of Solidity experts and incorporates all stages of technical due diligence into a single platform so you can bulletproof your smart contract.

Smart ContractingCross-cutting

Smartcontract

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Connect smart contracts to your web application, any API, and widely accepted USD payments.

Smart ContractingCross-cutting

Qtum

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A decentralized and open-source smart contracts platform and value transfer protocol. Community participants can vote to change certain network parameters.

Smart ContractingCross-cutting

Project Jasper

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Project Jasper addresses the suitability of DLT for the issuance, transfer and settlement of CAD payments from a business, technical, operational, monetary policy and regulatory perspective. Phase I efforts involved building a framework in order to evaluate the suitability of a central bank-issued asset transferred between participants on a distributed ledger network for CAD domestic large value wholesale payments.

Smart ContractingFinancial Services

Propy

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Dedicated to solving the problems of purchasing property across borders.

Smart ContractingLand Use & Registration

Queensland Treasury Corporation Bonds

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Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC) successfully used the blockchain to generate a bond tender, view investor bids in real time, finalize investment allocation and settle instantly with investors. QTC acted in both the issuer and investor role to test the end-to-end process for the issuance.

Smart ContractingFinancial Services

Populous

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The Populous’ blockchain-based invoice discounting platform is a win-win platform from creating new liquidity and expanding the pool of potential clients.

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Petroleum (COIN:OIL)

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Designed to become a commodity-based utility token employing the Ethereum BlockChain protocols with trading symbol “OIL” in order to provide a liquidity and management solution to global petroleum industry participants

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Openlaw

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Model all or parts of legal agreements using our markup language, decreasing the cost and friction of creating, securing, and generating binding legal agreements.

Smart ContractingLaw

PolySwarm

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The first decentralized threat intelligence marketplace. Crowdsourcing truth by market design and Ethereum smart contracts.

Smart ContractingBusiness Operations

Lendoit

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Lendoit offers peer-to-peer lending and makes connections between borrowers and lenders to utilize blockchain empowered smart contracts. The company aims to establish fair, transparent and decentralized lending options outside the realm of traditional banking services that often have high interest rates and hidden fees.

Smart ContractingFinancial Services

MedRec

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Given patients’ permission, MedRec uses the Ethereum network to create smart contracts that retrieve patient data from different local storage systems and allow separate medical practitioners to view it. MedRec concentrates on patient agency by utliizing a distributed validation system that replaces centralized intermediaries hinder transference.

Smart ContractingHealth

Kazakhstan debt note sales

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The National Bank of Kazakhstan has revealed it is looking to harness blockchain technology to sell short-term debt notes to investors. The proposed project will allow citizens to buy and sell the notes of the National Bank online from a mobile phone, bypassing intermediaries, namely brokers and dealers. The plan includes no taxes, commissions, or restrictions on the periods of ownership, in addition to absolute liquidity.

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Fizzy AXA

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AXA is the first major insurance group to provide insurance through blockchain technology. Fizzy offers direct indemnity to policyholders when flight delays exceed 2 hours or more - because it’s automated on a tamperproof Ethereum blockchain, users can feel more comfortable and secure about receiving their rightful compensation through a service that ultimately restores customers’ trust.

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Euroclear Bankchain

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Completes First Market Pilot for Blockchain Gold Settlement.

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Zug ID, Switzerland blockchain for identity

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Swiss city, Zug, is piloting a government-issued self-sovereign ID using blockchain technology.

IdentityGovernment Services

World Food Programme's Building Blocks

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WFP’s Building Blocks has integrated into the existing biometric identity system for refugee, providing them with identity document which can be used for further transactions such as receiving cash money, buying food, etc.

IdentityHumanitarian Services

Rwandan Government: Identity and Land Registries

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WISeKey and Microsoft are working together to provide the Rwandan Government with blockchain platforms that support identity verification practices - especially as they relate to the management of national land registry systems.

IdentityLand Use & Registration

Votem

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Votem provides mobile voting platforms in order for citizens all over the world to cast votes securely during elections.

IdentityElections & Voting

Voatz

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A mobile election voting platform, secured via smart biometrics, real time ID verification and the blockchain for irrefutability. Voatz did a pilot in West Virginia.

IdentityElections & Voting

University of Melbourne

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The University of Melbourne is testing blockchain technology to record student credentials, allowing people to share verified copies of their qualifications with employers and other third parties in a tamper-proof system. The university is among the earliest in the world to pilot the technology, which will be used in an internal course, the Melbourne Teaching Certificate, taken by its academics to improve their teaching skills.

IdentityEducation

Ukrainian Land Registry

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The Ukrainian Land Registry is using a blockchain system application that protects auctions from black market controls and instead, offers ways to even out the land price slide and increase income for farmers.

IdentityLand Use & Registration

UnitedHealth

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UnitedHealth Group - and another health insurer competitor - is partnering up to complete a blockchain pilot project for secure exchange and sharing of personal health data online.

IdentityHealth

Ukraine E-vox

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E-vox is a Ukraine-based Ethereum blockchain-based election platform. The company is already highly involved in political activity, and provides users with the means to write e-petitions, local electronic plebiscites, electronic referenda, and vote in primaries, local councils and parliaments, as well as in other community-based voting purposes.

IdentityElections & Voting

Tufts / Massachusetts Democratic Party Convention / West Virginia

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Blockchain for voting startup ran pilots for Tufts Community Union and the Massachusetts Democratic Party Convention before recently announcing a partnership with West Virginia to test blockchain-enabled voting.

IdentityElections & Voting

Tierion

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Tierion creates technology and products that reduce the cost and complexity of trust.

IdentityCross-cutting

TU Delft

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TU Delft is currently developing a government issued blockchain ID that can be accessed in a trustworthy manner through people’s cellphones.

IdentityCross-cutting

The UK Department of Work and Pensions blockchain project

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The UK government is looking into the possibility of moving forward with a trial blockchain system through the Department for Work and Pensions in order to distribute welfare payments. The platform is called DISC Holdings Limited, and users log on to the app which provides them with a secure and more efficient way to receive, spend and track benefit payments.

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The Healthcare Institute

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The Healthcare Institute has developed a prototype on Ethereum, which allows involved healthcare providers to get real time information on a need to know basis about their client/patient. The client/patient has more control over his/her data and can determine - via an application - which professional can get access to additional information.

IdentityHealth

Texas Libertarian Party VoteWatcher (by Blockchain Technologies Corp)

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Blockchain Technologies Corp, a New York-based software company and startup accelerator, balloted election services for Texas State Convention of the Libertarian Party.

IdentityElections & Voting

Telangana Land registry

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The Indian State of Telangana has started a pilot program in parts of its capital city, Hyderabad, to use blockchain technology for land registration and integration with the state revenue department in association with Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC).

IdentityLand Use & Registration

Swedish blockchain Land Registry

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Sweden’s land ownership authority has been testing blockchain for land and property transaction/registration. Two years later, Lantmäteriet is eager to perform its first blockchain property transaction. The authority is looking for volunteers to buy and sell housing on its blockchain platform.

IdentityLand Use & Registration

Singapore bank security

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Fraudulent companies used duplicate invoices for the same goods to get hundreds of millions of dollars from banks, so the Singapore government developed a system with the local banks focused on preventing invoice fraud by using the blockchain to create a unique cryptographic hash (a unique fingerprint) of every invoice.

The banks share this unique key, rather than the raw data. If another bank tries to register an invoice with the same details, the system will be alerted.

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ShoCard

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Eliminates the need for usernames and passwords within the enterprise to authorize network and data access, instead using a blockchain-based digital identity verification and authentication process.

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Procivis

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The startup will supply the Canton of Schaffhausen with an electronic Citizen-ID based on a mobile app, which will be available to citizens free of charge. The Citizen-ID is planned to be launched later this year as a pilot project.

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Ship Registry

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Blockchain based registration of ships. This system would result into a more user-friendly system for the owner of a ship that only needs to fill in a registration form. Upon registration, a “file” on the Blockchain is created which triggers requests to, for example, the builder of the ship, who can add information to this file.

IdentityBusiness Operations

National Settlement Depository Blockchain Voting

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The NSD used the NXT blockchain system to create the open-source prototype, with the goal to enable shareholders to more easily vote as part of annual shareholder meetings. E-Proxy Voting’s blockchain-based prototype registers the instructions directly in the distributed ledger, which is used by all chain participants at once.

IdentityElections & Voting

Moscow Government Blockchain based documents management system

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Dubbed “Digital Ecosystem”, the project is aimed at developing tools that can “increase the speed, reliability and quality of interaction during document exchange.

IdentityBusiness Operations

Microsoft and Accenture Refugee ID Blockchain

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Microsoft and Accenture have teamed up to combine biometric data (such as fingerprints or iris scans) and a new form of record-keeping technology powered by blockchain to create a permanent identity.

IdentityHealth

Nasdaq shareholder voting

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The central securities depository (CSD) will leverage blockchain technologies to improve voting efficiencies and increase shareholder participation in South Africa.

IdentityElections & Voting

MIT/Blockcerts digital diploma

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MIT issued its first set of digital diplomas using Blockcerts’ blockchain platform.

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MedicalChain

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Medical Chain provides a way to securely share and store patient records via blockchain technology.

IdentityHealth

LuxTrust and Cambridge Blockchain

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LuxTrust S.A., a European Trust Services Provider, and Cambridge Blockchain LLC, an American-based digital identity software, are joining forces to create a new privacy-protecting European identity platform by leveraging blockchain technology. The platform will incorporate “privacy by design” principles, and will be compliant with GDPR standards.

IdentityCross-cutting

London Stock Exchange shareholder voting system

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Developed by London Stock Exchange subsidiary Borsa Italiana, the blockchain platform, built with IBM Blockchain, is being designed to digitize both securities ownership and the capital structure of small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs).

IdentityFinancial Services

Japanese Land Registry

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The Japanese government is compiling its property and land registries across urban, rural, and forested areas in a single blockchain technology ledger. This new register was tested in a select number cities during the summer 2018; after being proven successful, the Japanese government is considering a national rollout over the next five years.

IdentityLand Use & Registration

iRespond

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The iRespond identity solution is a combination of the unique signature of the iris, the power of encryption and the protection of blockchain technology, crossing boundaries and barriers securely and in real-time, controlled by your own eyes.

IdentityGovernment Services

Indonesia blockchain ID

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The Indonesian government looks into blockchain to help manage its currently fragmented goverment data system. This blockchain application will specifically oversee tax filing, voting, agricultural subsidy distribution for the world’s largest island country.

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Illinois Blockchain Initiative (statewide, cross-agency, including birth certificates)

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Illinois government is piloting a blockchain-based birth certificate project.

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Horizon State (voting)

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Voting in elections can be insecure, inefficient, and expensive – which leads many to abstain from the process. Horizon State offers a blockchain-powered platform that enables vote casting and collaborative decision making that is tamper-proof. Voting abilities are delivered straight to mobile phones and computers to eliminate the planning and execution of centralized voting according to geographical areas. Horizon State enables community engagement in a safe and effective manner to “ensure every voice counts.”

IdentityElections & Voting

Georgia Land Registry/Bitfury

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Bitfury began the first blockchain land-titling registry with the Republic of Georgia’s National Agency of Public Registry (NAPR) under the leadership of the economist, Hernando de Soto. Today the private and permissioned system is integrated into the digital records system of NAPR and anchored to the Bitcoin blockchain through a distributed digital time-stamping service. This feature grants NAPR to sign a document showing proof of property ownership; there are also plans to implement smart contracting within the systems.

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Ghana Land Registry/Bitland

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Ghanaian government partners with Bitland to register land through a blockchain platform.

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Finland Blockchain Credit Cards

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This technology empowers refugees by giving them a way to be independent and assimilate into their new surroundings. Immigrants can use their cards at a wide variety of businesses and the cards help the government track their spending and identity, giving them access to government services and making their integration into society easier.

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Follow My Vote

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Follow My Vote is an online open source voting platform that provides transparency into election results by allowing voters to independently audit the ballot box.

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Estonia e-health

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Estonia’s healthcare system is cutting edge, thanks to the country’s large investments in innovative e-solutions. Its Electronic Health Record (e-Health Record) is a medical information management system that integrates data from various healthcare providers within Estonia to provide a common record that all patients can access online; currently, KSI blockchain technology is being tested for consolidation within the system to further ensure data quliaty and minimize any internal risks to the data.

IdentityHealth

Dubai digital passport

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The Dubai government, along with the UK-based start-up Object Tech, wants to adopt blockchain-enabled security in its airport. The partnership is also exploring usage of digital passports equipped with biometric verification to help streamline immigration checks and process.

IdentityGovernment Services

Digital voting for Moscow government

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The government of Moscow intends to test blockchain for use in local voting efforts. Officials reported that they aim to reduce fraudulent activity; moreover, city leaders are looking to advance their “Active Citizen” project by making the program “more open” and transparent.

IdentityElections & Voting

Cryptoseal - Chronicled

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Chronicled developed Cryptoseal, a hardware that contains identity data that can be verified on blockchain. This hardware can be placed on any item for purposes such as certification, tracking, etc.

IdentityBusiness Operations

Coca Cola/US State Department

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Coca Cola Company and the US State Department (in addition to two other companies) are piloting a project to create a secure registries for employees and their contracts using blockchain’s verification and digital notary capabilities. The venture aims to combat forced labor practices.

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CoverUS

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The CoverUS smartphone app puts users in control of their medical data, thereby keeping that data secure and private. Health data is known to be fragmented, inaccurate - as well as highly expensive - but storing health data in blockchain technologies can help solve these problems concerning data quality and high costs. CoverUS is also willing to pay people for sharing their data when it creates value or reduces risk in the health system.

IdentityHealth

Coalichain

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Coalichain is a decentralized governance platform, delivering effective, accountable democracy mechanisms for companies, NGOs, municipalities and even for general elections. It claims to provide “direct and clean relationship between voters and representatives.”

IdentityElections & Voting

Civic

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Civic provides people with control of their identity information. Civic leverages blockchain identity verification mechanisms to secure transfers of personal information. The company affirms that identity verification services should protect, be accessible, and available on-demand.

IdentityCross-cutting

Chinese Social Security

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Blockchain technology will be used in China’s social security system because it can facilitate trade and lower transactions costs, according to Wang Zhongmin, vice-chairman of the National Council for Social Security Fund. “There’s no doubt that blockchain technology will be used in the social security system because of its valuable applications in the investment and management of social security funds,” he said. Wang also claims that blockchains can enable people to trade freely and lower transactions costs.

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Chile/Smartmatic Voting

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Using Smartmatic’s multi-channel voting platform, Chileans have the opportunity to cast a ballot either online or to vote in person in precincts that provide electronic voting machines. Smartmatic, an election technology and services provider, created an integrated and inclusive voting solution for the citizens of Chile.

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BreastWeCan.Org

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BreastWeCan! encourages women to share the results of their mammograms with medical researchers to find more insights about breast cancer. The effort uses blockchain technology to allow people to control their data and grant or deny permission for its use.

IdentityHealth

ChainScript

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The University of Texas is developing a way to ease the process by which students’ credentials are stored, communicated. ChainScript’s transcript services can transfer traditonal transcripts on to its blockchain platform, which possesses an immutable record of the student’s academic accomplishments. ChainScript aims to ultimately serve as a portfolio for an individual’s competencies, credits, degrees, certificates, etc.

IdentityEducation

Brazil Land Title Registry

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Brazilian regions Pelotas and Morro Redondo have commenced a blockchain-based pilot, thereby adding public property record data for the two regions. A new platform will be built to replicate the current legal framework of property recording, transferring and other verifying processes for property ownership. However, it is anticipated to create a much more sophisticated system that leverages blockchain technology for higher accuracy and security.

IdentityLand Use & Registration

Brazil Digital ID

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Brazil’s Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management is piloting a blockchain identity application on ethereum that allows users access and control over their own data.

IdentityGovernment Services

Blockstack

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By eliminating the traditional model of centralized servers and cloud services, the company hopes to remove middlemen and central network attacks, effectively changing the nature of internet privacy in application creation. Blockstack is open-source, universal, scalable and provides user-owned ID/data for its users.

Identity

BanQu

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Using a proprietary blockchain-based platform, BanQu aims to connect marginalized populations to the global economy using digital identity technology that is securely preserves transaction history.

IdentityFinancial Services

Australia Post Blockchain Voting

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Australia Post presented a plan to the Victorian Electoral Matters Committee to use Blockchain for voting. The process was described as, ““We envisage a vote being an electronic transaction whereby a number of voting ‘credits’ can be ‘spent’ by the voter to attribute preferences. Permission to vote would be secured through the use of secure digital access keys sent securely to each voter. A ballot would be cryptographically represented within the blockchain, with each vote linked to the voter through their preference choice stored within the blockchain in a way that anonymizes and protects that information from being publically accessible.”” It will start with corporate and community elections before scaling up to parliamentary elections.

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Austin blockchain pilot

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Austin, TX is piloting a blockchain platform to improve identity services among its homeless community. Blockchain technology guarantees the security and privacy of marginalized people’s information, which can both help end the cycle of poverty and start the transition out of homelessness.

IdentityGovernment Services

Australia Post Digital ID

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The Australia Post will soon launch a new mobile digital identity platform based on blockchain technology. The digital service will allow people to verify their identity in just a few minutes via smartphone using biometric data. The technology will be robust enough to allow individuals to apply for a passport or mortgage by mobile and could become a new growth business for the national utility.

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Tiqpit Solutions

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Blockchain based commodity trading platform.

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Mercuria, ING, Sociéte Generale Commodity Trading

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ING and Societe Generale, together with Mercuria, a global commodity changing group, tested a platform known as Easy Trading Connect to handle an oil trade between the two parties. The platform allowed for paperless trading and digitized the commodity transactions in order to streamline the trade processing. The test speedily cut down transaction costs and other risks that have historically burdened the commodity trading and finance space.

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Brooklyn Microgrid

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There is a need to change the current energy grid infrastructure and the way in which poeple use non-renewable energy sources and create unused excess energy. With the help of LO3, a blockchain company focused on innovating the energy sector, community members of Brooklyn, NY are using a shared energy network so that when the energy is generated, it’s also stored and exchanged locally to create a more sustainable energy model.

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Centrica (UK energy supplier)

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Centrica is utilizing blockchain technology by providing a platform on which its customers can buy and sell energy sources from one another in the UK. This new exchange mechanism has the potential to revolutionize the energy sector, as other European utility companies are catching on an adopting similar approaches for utilizing blockchain.

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Zest Labs

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Zest Labs is aiming to reduce the amount of post harvest food waste that is created. Its blockchain technology monitors activity along the fresh food supply chain, and thereby helps foster more sustainable agricultural practices, increases profitability for food producers, distributors and retailers, and supplies consumers with more fresh food.

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China Tax Blockchain

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The Chinese government is using blockchain technology to change how national social taxation and electronic invoice issuance matters are processed. This is a huge test case for blockchain as China has the second largest economy globally and is home to the largest national population in the world, and therefore has the capacity to revolutionize these crucial recording and verifying processes on a highly dramatic scale.

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Waste Processing Blockchain

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In the pilot, the waste weight data is linked to that of the transporters, intermediaries and final processors, and organized via the blockchain. All these parties keep their own administration and blockchain can contribute to a joint administration that provides absolute certainty about the integrity of the data. Another big advantage of this blockchain examples is that a number of control moments are automatically controlled via smart contracts. At the same time, there is insight into the entire process from waste container to final processor.

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Waltonchain

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Waltonchain (WTC) is formed from a combination of RFID and blockchain technologies, which supports the integration of blockchain and internet of things (IoT). Through introducing blockchain into the realm of IoT helps create entirely trustworthy and traceable business models for any entity that adopts Waltonchain.

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UK Mortgage Transaction Blockchain

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The system, which was built using R3’s Corda, enables banks to generate automated delivery receipts for the regulator each time a mortgage is booked. The organization maintains that it can reduce both the cost of the process and the risk of error. The FCA prototype provides the regulator with the ability to oversee mortgage activity more quickly while decreasing data irregularities.

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Trafigura/Natixis

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The technology eases the cumbersome process of crude oil transactions, such as exchanging contracts, letters of credit, inspection and other paperwork by email or fax. By digitizing these activities on the platform, the transparency, security, and efficiency of these actions are better ensured.

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TE-FOOD

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TE-FOOD is a farm-to-table food traceability blockchain mechanism. The solution monitors logistics, food quality and other activities such as data management on the fresh food supply chain. TE-FOOD provides more cost effective tools, helps eliminate food waste, and increases transparency of livestock and fresh food production.

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T-mining container transportation Blockchain

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T-Mining is making container handling in Antwerp more systematic, transparent and secure. This blockchain technology project digitizes complex processes that occur among several parties: carriers, terminals, forwarders, drivers, shippers etc. Eliminating the need for other actors to get involved makes the container handling process less burdensome and transactions more straightforward and efficient.

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Stratumn

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Stratumn uses blockchain and Proof of Process (PoP) technology to ensure traceability, security, privacy, etc. as well as more efficient and cost-reductive processing among connected leading businesses.

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Solshare

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Access to sustainable, affordable and community-based energy is possible for low income rural people with this blockchain program. Solshare’s decentralised peer-to-peer energy microgrids deliver solar power to households and businesses, enabling people to exchange unused electricity for profit.

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SmartLog

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SmartLog aims to reduce cargo transit times by applying blockchain technology to optimise data transfer in the logistics business.

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S&P Global Platts

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S&P Global Platta uses a proprietary, secure blockchain network onto whick market participants to log inventory oil storage data to Fujairah Oil Industry Zone (FOIZ), the regulator FEDCom, in addition to eleven other terminal operators. This system creates a traceable audit trail that is much easier to manage than traditional collation methods.

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Russia’s Ministry of Health and Vnesheconombank (VEB)

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The Russian Ministry of Health is partnering with a state-owned bank, Vnesheconombank (VEB), to determine ways to use blockchain for tracking patient history. The Russian government has mandated the creation of an interagency data-sharing platform, meanwhile VEB plans to examine various blockchain applications and create related products and services that support such systems.

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Rhizome Project

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When political information or activity is available, Rhizome provides a platform upon which to make such actions visible and open in a live interaction environment. The application also allows users to flag fake news, score information quality and verify other forms of political activity that may otherwise be obscured.

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PUBLIQ

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PUBLIQ is a peer-to-peer distributed network that utilizes a new vision to revolutionize the media industry. The application, built with blockchain technology, analytics and AI, is a new media ecosystem that alters interactions between people and how they stay informed. The system is more trustworthy because it’s decentralized, more transparent and empowers users and content creators.

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Ripe

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Ripe.io - the “Blockchain of Food” - is tracks food quality data through digital blockchain processing to create more trustworthy food supply chains. The technology helps users better understand what is in their food, where it comes from, and what kind of changes it underwent along the food lifecycle.

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Slock.it

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Slock.it provides blockchain layers for IoT, incubed client networks made of remote nodes, and new infrastructures for the sharing economy. These kinds of projects and services – which can also be made available through their consulting offerings – help transform real-world objects into transparent, secure and decentralized entities.

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Provenance

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Provenance tracks natural resource products through blockchain technology to create digital histories that are traceable. The application therefore makes companies more accountable about the origins and qualities of - and the practices that surround - their products and services.

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OriginTrail

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The OriginTrail Decentralized Network (ODN) implements data sharing on global supply chains by utilizing blockchain technology. The system is built to maintain data integrity and validate inter-organizational environments; these verifications are based on agreed upon standards and supporting graph data structures.

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Modum

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Modum optimizes supply chain monitoring within the pharmaceutical sector. Its application specific services use blockchain, IoT sensor devices, smart contracts, and machine learning in order to secure and scale the transfer of data that is usually under highly restricted access.

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Powerledger

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Powerledger provides retailers the capacity to empower consumers to trade electricity with one another in real time (along with compensation) on an automated and transparent reconciliation and settlement system leveraged on blockchain technology.

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Grid+

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Grid+ uses blockchain to reduce costs for home energy services through a mobile application. The platform offers a more sustainable, clean, transparent and cost-efficient alternative for home electricity systems.

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Flux

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Flux leverages blockchain technology to collect data on agriculture and the environment. It gathers data on crowdsourced sensors and also has a token that creates a peer-to-peer marketplace between farmers and consumers.

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Everledger

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Great interest has been generated around the need for more transparency surrounding the diamond and overall jewelry industry. Everledger is working with the diamond company, DeBeers, as well as similar companies, to track and trace diamonds from the beginning to the end of the supply chain.

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Catenaut

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Certifies forest management compliance.

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Dubai Government and IBM

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To launch a scheme using blockchain computing technology to process transactions and keep track of goods being shipped.

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Brackets by Skuchain

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A blockhain based platform that gives a real-time view of the flow of goods and money, and eliminates transaction fees between businesses partners.

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Agora

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Agora is a Swiss blockchain startup launched in 2015 with the goal of supporting electoral processes around the globe. In a controversial 2018 implementation, Agora was used to support the first round of national elections in Sierra Leone. Agora staff manually digitized ballots cast in 250 of Sierra Leone’s 446 electoral wards, rapidly generating final tallies for those districts and published them five days before the official results were released. Following the election, the National Electoral Commission disputed media reports regarding how influential Agora was in the electoral process.

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