Blockchain to provide Data Provenance Integrity and Privacy (completed)

Blockchain, also part of the cryptocurrencies, can be viewed as a potentially shared/semi-shared/private, the immutable ledger for recording sequence of events or history of transactions. The blockchain technology can be deployed to provide a high-degree of trust, accountability, and transparency associated with a set of transactions/events – especially log files and data provenance. Data provenance … full description “Blockchain to provide Data Provenance Integrity and Privacy (completed)”

Carbon Labelling – Blockchain based product carbon footprint system. (available)

Project Description Carbon footprint associated with a product is a combination of the emission-related in the manufacturing and logistics of the product. Logistics plays a vital role in moving products from factories to home and is one of the significant causes of carbon emission in Europe. Besides this, the last mile delivery network is also … full description “Carbon Labelling – Blockchain based product carbon footprint system. (available)”

Decentralised Autonomous Economy of Things – Putting rational actors back into Economy (available)

Project Description Internet of Things (IoT) and distributed ledger technologies are part of the movement to develop the device-specific decentralised economy. Example of such a service is decentralised energy grids that couple together the smart contracts and smart-meter technology to provide traceability and verification of energy sources, efficient peer-to-peer trading of energy. One such proposal … full description “Decentralised Autonomous Economy of Things – Putting rational actors back into Economy (available)”

Decentralised Cloud – Building an All-Purpose Execution Platform on Blockchain (available)

Project Description Blockchain and distributed ledger technology have invigorated the decentralised architectures. The positives of a decentralised architecture are that it is distributed widely and challenging to launch a DDoS against such a network. Besides that, the immutability and strong traceability/trackability of blockchain technologies can be considered as a foundation for designing a secure, reliable, … full description “Decentralised Cloud – Building an All-Purpose Execution Platform on Blockchain (available)”

Detecting money laundering in cryptocurrency economy (available)

Project Description Cryptocurrency networks are unique in a way that all the transactions are public. All payers and receivers are known, and their respective pseudonyms are public. Whereas the inherent anonymity enabled by the pseudonyms and privacy-preserving protocols, cryptocurrency can be argued to be a suitable platform for money laundering activities. In this project, the … full description “Detecting money laundering in cryptocurrency economy (available)”

Transparent Governance – Technology to hold Public/Private Sector to Account (available)

Project Description The costs to society of government corruption and low accountability are staggering. Countries on every continent struggle with entrenched corruption and opaque government processes, from graft and diversion of public funds to non-competitive procurement bidding processes. For several countries, public corruption is their single-largest challenge, costing the loss of funds, loss of opportunity, … full description “Transparent Governance – Technology to hold Public/Private Sector to Account (available)”

Transparent Supply Chain – Know the provenance of products in superstores (available)

Project Description Blockchain platform provides an immutable temporal record which can be utilised to collect transactional data throughout the supply chain. This can potentially offer an immutable provenance of individual goods/products with full traceability from source to store. A transparent supply chain creates an opportunity to optimise supply-and-demand management, build resilience and ultimately enable more … full description “Transparent Supply Chain – Know the provenance of products in superstores (available)”