The DFINITY Foundation is a not-for-profit research and development organisation that plays a significant role in advancing The Internet Computer Blockchain. It is headquartered in Zurich and was founded in 2016 by Dominic Williams. Today it boasts one of the largest R&D operations in blockchain.
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Tata Steel UK to work with blockchain-inspired startup iov42 to create an industry-wide solution to digitally capture the receipt of steel deliveries. The solution will work with existing logistic partners of Tata Steel UK, to further improve the transparency, security, and the overall efficiency of the steel supply chain.
Marc Johnson, environmental solutions architect at Protocol Labs, explains why blockchain technology is uniquely positioned to record emissions transactions and interactions across supply chains in an effective manner.
Puerto Rico’s Carbon.Credit has launched its bid to become a primary marketplace and advanced secondary market exchange for voluntary carbon credits and energy-related contracts.
iov42 has developed technology to help organisations, governments and societies coordinate in the digital space by enabling trusted, transparent and secure transactions.
A partnership between KlimaDAO and Fly Air is expected to enable transparent, immediate carbon offsetting to compensate for the carbon emissions of chartered jet services. The companies plan to combine and leverage digital technologies to achieve their goal.
Dominic von Trotha Taylor, CEO and Chairman at iov42, discusses the implications of the Electric Trade Documents Bill, as it is expected to open up international trade and drive transparency in the supply chain.
UK startup iov42 and Singapore-based DoubleHelix Tracking Technologies have announced plans for a new Due Diligence Management Platform.
Changeblock, a technology startup focused on the development of environmental asset markets, has partnered with FusionOne, which specialises in renewable electricity, white hydrogen production and thermal processing technologies, to offer plastic offset credits via its digital blockchain platform.
Switzerland’s Open Forest Protocol has raised $4.1 million to develop its blockchain-based measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) platform for reforestation projects.