1. Trade

Provenance

Provenance aims to bring transparency in supply chain by using blockchain technology. Users can easily trace the origin and history of physical products on a real-time data platform. The opportunities for provenance lie in the shipping, logistics and commercial trade. Industries that are plagued with counterfeit goods are specially well off using blockchain technologies. Customers can scan a Provenance QR-code in the supermarket and retrieve a full history from the source to shelf.

 

Humaniq

Humaniq is blockchain banking and aims to bring blockchain and Biometric ID together. Their goal is the bring 2 billion unbanked people in the global economy by face and voice recognition. Humaniq is currently doing an ICO (initial coin offering) until April 5th. After making a prototype in May, they will proceed with a global rollout in September.

 

Ubby

With Ubby users can like a certain brand or service by sharing it in their social network. This way users can earn bitcoins if their friends buy the product of service.

Ubby uses Blockchain technology to pay its users when they share products they like with friends.

2. Trust

SlockIt

SlockIt aims to bring Iot and blockchain together. SlockIt allows everyone to rent, sell or share property without the need of a middleman. For example, with “Blockcharge” users can charge their electric vehicle at any plug and pay securely through their app. Another example is the physical lock that can be managed remotely and securely.

 

3. Ownership

Everledger

Everledger uses blockchain technology to provide an immutable ledger for diamond ownership and related transaction history. This can be used for insurance companies, owners, claimants, and legal authorities. Everledger has established relationships with all the major certification houses in Antwerp, Us, India and Israel. This digital certification becomes the “DNA” of the diamond and because of blockchain it becomes tamper-free.