Blockchain start-ups @ the nexuslab Festival
Agrello / ProofofYou (Estonia)
Proof of you has a team of lawyers and IT experts working on digitizing the whole contract life-cycle together with strong digital signature, while connecting lawyers and their customers globally.
doqum.io a communication system which connects SME’s to their clients in the manner of an instant messaging system. It is optimized for document transfer, and offers end-to-end encryption, real-time document tracking, automatic cloud storage, and blockchain-based digital certified letters.
Mamoru provides a global immutable proof of ownership and proximity for any high-value portable item such as a bicycle. Using the app and the identification kit, users can register permanently their possessions into the blockchain. In case of theft, the item can be easily tracked back to its legitimate owner facilitating recovery.
Paymeabit is a Value Network, a platform where content, such as a comment, a photo, a video or a blog post, can earn value in bitcoin. Paymeabit enables this by allowing every ‘like’ to have a value in bits – which are fractions of bitcoin worth less than a cent. This makes it easy for content creators and all the users to monetize their content with bitcoin nanotransactions.
Taqanu Bank (Norway)
Taqanu Bank provides blockchain-based identification and banking services including debit cards and checking accounts for migrants, refugees, expatriates and remote workers regardless of residency status or available documentation.
Wone makes payments across different mobile wallets possible through an interoperable Person-to-Person mobile payment solution in Europe. This allows anybody to send money to their friends even if they don’t have the same mobile app.
Zeptagram wants to create more value for composers, publishers and holders of intellectual music properties by inviting fans and investors to our trading platform. A stock exchange for music intellectual properties. Based on a blockchain platform, we create more transparency and trust.
Zlick is bringing 0 click micropayments to the web. Their solution enables online publishers, for the first time, to sell individual articles for 0.10-1€ in a completely frictionless manner. Customers pay at the end of the month with their mobile bill.