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5 Blockchain Companies to Watch
Cost reduction, revenue boost, and smart customer care are some of the many benefits that blockchain offers. It is no surprise then that 95% of companies across different industries have invested in blockchain tech projects. Numerous blockchain startups related to various industries are making their presence felt. Here are five blockchain startup projects that are worth following.
This London-based platform applies blockchain to connect landowners with crowd funding investors, allowing quick and inexpensive transfers of land property to corporations or individuals. It is also the first project to build a decentralized land property management marketplace, which has an implemented blockchain system to ease transactions between parties.
Founded in Oslo, Norway in 2018, Lendonomy is a P2P mobile lending network for young adults that combines social networking, augmented reality, and gamification. The project aims enables young people to support each other and share/lend money to peers all over the world. It also has an educational aspect, teching you people to better manage their funds.
Founded in 2018, London-based Legal Nodes provides distributed ledger technology legal services for corporations that are using cryptocurrencies. Using this platform, organizations can compare laws and regulations of various countries related to cryptocurrencies and ICOs. The platform also has a support feature, where a company can get advice regarding ICOs and crypto.
This Fintech company offers a blockchain-based democratized credit scoring evaluation method which gives users an ID that serves as a financial passport all over the world. The project also aims to help people who don’t have access to banking get greater access to micro-financing. This is enabled through credit scoring mechanism that can serve as a trusted agent between lenders and borrowers.
Founded in 2016, this blockchain-based IoT network startup was created to provide food and pharmaceutical firms a safe and frictionless connection between distributed ledgers, sensors, and database for supply chain visibility and quality assurance optimization.