We leverage our extensive experience in cryptography, security and distributed application development for our Blockchain Center of Excellence. From public and private blockchain development to creating smart contracts and distributed ledgers, we've got you covered.
We have a pre-built blockchain development framework that you can use to accelerate development. You can perform research & development in-house in our CoE, and get the opportunity to meet and partner with leading technologists to bring world-class, enterprise-grade blockchain applications to your organization.
Leverage the power of blockchain for disruptive enterprise use cases. We will help you understand which of your business processes this technology is relevant for. Build your own private or public blockchain.
Create digital tokens to raise funds for your business, either with Colored Coins or Ethereum. Every transaction is recorded on a blockchain, providing full transparency and eliminating the need for a third party.
Hyperledger is a suite of open-source projects that lets you create permission-based blockchains. We will help you build distributed solutions for Healthcare, Finance, etc. on Hyperledger.
We will create secure smart contracts to automate enforcement in RootStock and Ethereum. We will also audit existing smart contracts for Security flaws, misbehavior and inefficiency.
Create your own cryptocurrency or altcoin. Or, set up your own white-label bitcoin exchange. From order matching to integrated wallets and liquidity, we will build it for you from scratch.
We will help you build your own cryptocurrency wallet, complete with 2-factor authentication, public keys for new transactions and auto-denial of duplicate payments.
The following are some real-world scenarios where blockchain technology can be applied to improve existing processes and add an extra layer of security and decentralization.
Blockchain is ideal for any operations that require the contributions of big numbers of people, in a secure environment. We can build a platform for you to use smart contracts or tokens to raise funds with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
Blockchain can be used to share information in a variety of use cases. For example, to share credit information between different banks using the same documentation, to avoid multiple loan requests.
Build a comprehensive supply chain on blockchain, to monitor the entire process in one place. Decentralized documents allow seamless interaction and deep insights into the supply chain for better decision-making.
We support you at every step of blockchain adoption, beginning with assessment. With several organizations scrambling to jump on the blockchain bandwagon, our team of experts will first evaluate whether your use cases warrant blockchain, before proceeding to development. We also evaluate ICOs, and will give you detailed assessments of fiscal, technological and strategic feasibility.
Our blockchain training programs are two-fold: On the one hand, we use learnings from our CoE to educate clients on the importance of blockchain development, and how it can be leveraged for their use cases. On the other hand, we host workshops in USA to educate business stakeholders on the technological and organizational implications of adopting blockchain. Contact us at email@example.com for our training schedule.
We will help you drive implementation of blockchain in your chosen industry by ideating on and developing high-impact use cases. With our Blockchain Center of Excellence, you can leverage learnings from cutting-edge experiments that we’re running, and become a thought leader in the blockchain space.
Experiments are ongoing at our CoE to understand the value that blockchain can bring to various businesses. Some of the areas we’re focussing on include:
Data & Analytics
We believe that many of the blockchain-driven products in the market today are textbook examples of over-engineering. During the course of our experiments, we’ve nailed down a few use cases for blockchain that truly have the potential to disrupt industries. We present some of our findings below:
For Sales and Marketing professionals the world over, LinkedIn is a centralized, dominant source of information about prospects - Where they work, their professional interest, etc. In this whitepaper, we propose an alternative, decentralized ledger that contains such company and employee data. Sales, Marketing and other professionals interested in gathering data of this kind can sign up, and then members of the blockchain are incentivized for submitting and verifying data, and for endorsing other members or performing similar activities.
All Healthcare service providers are required to maintain records of interactions with patients down to a letter. In case of lawsuits, discovery of malpractice or any other incidents, providers are required to furnish evidence of the interactions, transactions and other communication relevant to the incident under review. However, having care providers maintain their own records allows lot of room for manipulation and tampering. If audit trails are put on a private blockchain, they are immune to tampering and at the same time secure from external attacks.