Country: Singapore Year: 2014 Launched in 2014, DXMarkets is a Singapore-based Fintech company that offers an innovative way for everyone to trade digital currencies. The company currently operates in both Singapore and the UK region. The platform leverages Blockchain technology to disrupt typical financial processes. Current product offering includes front-to-back settlement systems, digitization of illiquid […]
Zerocash aims to anonymise Bitcoin transactions via its decentralised anonymous payment scheme (DAP scheme) called Zerocash.
InsurETH built a flight insurance product at the London Blockchain Hackathon in 2015 that lets users insure their flight directly with an Ethereum smart contract. Unlike motor insurance for car accidents, flight delays or cancellations claims do not need additional assessment and can be based on public data.
Onename aims to simplify digital identity verification by enabling users to create a profile and register their blockchain ID. In turn, this avoids typing long wallet addresses or anonymous QR codes (that can lead to transaction mistakes).
Country: Hong Kong Year: 2014 Launched in November 2014, Bitspark offers a web-based platform for licensed money remittance businesses. The platform uses bitcoin for its international network to send, receive and manage remittance services globally. Bitspark also provides clients with customer due diligence, storing historical data and detailed analytics services to evaluate and enhance their […]
Plutus is a contactless payment mobile that allows users to pay with bitcoins into regular shops, instantly.
Stampery is an authentication and certification platform which uses blockchain technology to certify documents.
Country: Philippines Year: 2014 Founded in 2014, Rebit.ph is a Philippines-based company offering international money transfers, bills payments and prepaid loads via Bitcoin. The platform let users send money from everywhere from the world with no fee charged on money transfer. Apart from individual transfers, its delivery options also include forwarding to most local banks, as […]
The Fluent Network helps businesses and banks to manage and trade invoices and payments in real time at lower costs.
ShoCard is a digital identity card built on a public blockchain ledger, aiming at replacing online authentication processes, such as 3D-secure required by banks or credit cards for most online purchases. Users access ShoCard through a free mobile app.
Ledger develops blockchain-based operating system, hardware wallets and accessories such as smart cards and micro USB port, to secure Bitcoin storage and transactions through the use of microchips and pin code encrypted systems.
Dynamis has created an Ethereum-based P2P supplementary unemployment insurance protocol which uses policy holders’ social capital to replace risk underwriters. LinkedIn is used as an reputation system (oracle), facilitating the approval of applications for new policies and the approval of claims.
Chain is a platform enabling financial institutions to create, issue, store and streamline the processing of buying and selling assets (foreign currencies, stocks, corporate bonds, etc.) on private blockchain networks. Chain is based on the Bitcoin protocol and can be used with other cryptocurrencies.
BitOcean produces Bitcoin ATMs through which users can buy and sell Bitcoins. To sell Bitcoins, users send Bitcoins from their wallet to the ATM and receive cash in local currency. To buy the users do not need a Bitcoin wallet and can receive their Bitcoins through a paper wallet. Transaction confirmations are done via email, SMS or telephone.
Bitmain is a manufacturer of Bitcoin mining hardware and software such as computing chips, high density server equipment, cloud hashing services, mining pools, and custom solutions for blockchain applications for businesses and individuals. Bitmain has customers in over 100 countries. Three product lines are available.