Many different use cases for blockchain have been tried and tested over the last years. This fifth article deals with incentivization of health data sharing.
Many different use cases for blockchain have been tried and tested over the last years. This fourth article deals with digital platforms for ecommerce payment transactions with crypto currency.
B-hub’s call for acceleration services is open until September 8. Read on for the most frequently asked questions on our program and open call!
Many different use cases for blockchain have been tried and tested over the last years. This third article deals with peer-to-peer consumers energy management and trading platform.
Applications to B-hub’s Decentralized Acceleration Program will close on September 8. Not applied yet? Here is why you should.
Many different use cases for blockchain have been tried and tested over the last years. This second article deals with Traceable ownership records for secondary market trading of digital assets.
The B-hub consortium has identified a number of particularly relevant use cases throughout the different ecosystems. This first article deals with notarization, timestamping and tamper-proof records.
B-hub for Europe, an ambitious EU-funded project for acceleration of blockchain use in Europe, invites you for an exceptional webinar on August 31, 2020 at 3pm CET! European startups and innovation actors – join us!
Where to find support for your blockchain projects ? On September 2 at 11h00 am CET, Systematic Paris-Region and BpiFrance associate for a webinar in French.
Italian blockchain innovators have sought to contribute to alleviate the health sector and economic actors. Through the Italian example, this article illustrates how blockchain-based solutions can help tackle the Covid-19 crisis and mitigate its consequences.
B-hub for Europe is a Startup Europe supported project dedicated to connecting blockchain innovation ecosystems.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 871869.