Chainlink helps individuals and companies deploy blockchain-based solutions across industries. It has partnerships with T-Mobile, Aave, Synthetix, among others.
Bifrost developed a cross-chain Staking Liquidity Pool (SLP) that allows users to stake tokens and secure the network.
Bitfury is a security and infrastructure provider for the Bitcoin blockchain. An example of a Bitfury application includes: the National Agency for Public Registry (NAPR) - operating under the Ministry of Justice in Georgia - issuing 300,000 land titles on the blockchain for the sale of land titles, registration of new titles, mortgages, rentals, and notary services.
BLOOCK is a technology company that provides software-as-a-service solutions to secure information exchanges and systems.
Bluezelle is a blockchain infrastructure provider focused on secure and efficient storage and retrieval of data. An example of a Bluzelle application includes: three banks in Asia - OCBC Bank, HSBC Singapore, and the Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) - collaborated with the Info-communications Media Development Authority (IDMA) - a Singaporean regulator of media and information communications - to streamline and improve the banking KYC process by creating a shared ledger for verifying customer identities.
Brave is a free and open-source web browser. It also offers an option to businesses to use private advertising - through Brave Ads - and has had a number of major companies use their services. This includes Chipotle, Verizon, eToro, among others.
DraftKings, an American sports betting company, has launched three main initiatives using the blockchain. 1. “DraftKings Marketplace” is a digital collectibles marketplace where users can buy, sell, and access exclusive NFTs from sports, entertainment, and culture using their existing DraftKings account. Many iconic athletes — including Tom Brady, Wayne Gretzky, Naomi Osaka, Simone Biles and Derek Jeter — have already launched their own NFT collections on this Marketplace. 2. “DraftKings Reignmakers” offers gamified athlete cards (as NFTs) licensed by the NFLPA, PGA TOUR, and UFC, which can be used in various fantasy contests based on athletes' real-life performances. As of August 9th, 2023, this NFT collection has reached $4.5M daily trading volume. 3. DraftKings also partnered with Zero Hash, a B2B digital assets infrastructure provider, to stake digital assets and become a Polygon network validator.
ENS is the most widely integrated blockchain naming standard. It hosts 2.7+ million names and has 570 integrations.
Farcaster is a blockchain network for applications that focus on social interactions and digital identity.
GET is a digital ticketing infrastructure provider. Since 2016, GET has processed 3+ million in tickets.
Helium is a community-owned wireless network, powered by over 1 million individual hotspots in 200+ countries. The ecosystem built on top of the Helium network leverages these hotspots for a number of purposes from Helium's Long Range Wireless capabilities to monitor for forest fires to using Helium 5G hotspots to provide internet coverage in rural Montana communities.
Immunefi is a DeFi bug bounty platform, protecting over $60 billion in user funds across protocols like Synthetix, Chainlink, MakerDAO, among others.
JuiceBox allows DAOs to fund, operate, and scale their ideas & communities transparently on Ethereum. One notable DAO that used JuiceBox was ConstitutionDAO.
Kaleido helps enterprises deploy blockchain-based solutions across industries. They have partnerhsips with a number of companies including Citi Bank, Kroger, Shell, T-Mobile, United Nations, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Wide Fund for Nature, among others.
Lido is a protocol that enables users to stake tokens as part of validation activity of the blockchain, mint transferable utility tokens, and use those utility tokens in other on-chain activities.
Nightfall is an Optimistic Zero-Knowledge (ZK) Roll-Up that helps enable private transactions on the public Ethereum blockchain. EY collaborated with Polygon on developing the Nightfall protocol.
Nodle allows smartphones to become edge nodes. Nodle has recently joined the Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) - a movement of technologists and large companies like Adobe, Microsoft, The New York Times Co., Truepic, Qualcomm, Witness, CBC, BBC, and others that aims to address digital misinformation and content authenticity - to incorporate the CAI photo verification standards for NFTs.
Polygon ID, with the help of zero-knowledge proofs, lets users prove their identity without the need of exposing their private information. Polygon ID enables organizations on one side to issue verifiable credentials about users, and organizations on the other side to verify those claims.
Telefonica Tech - Spanish telecom’s digital transformation arm - announced it will provide companies with a quick and easy way to integrate blockchain technology in their businesses.
Xage is world’s first blockchain-enabled cybersecurity platform for IoT companies. It has partnerships with companies like Microsoft, Dell and the U.S. Air Force.
Zilliqa is a blockchain service provider. Mindshare (a global media and marketing services company) partnered with Zilliqa to address issues in programmatic advertising - reducing intermediaries and increasing transparency to avoid ad fraud - to make it more cost-effective. The pilot with PepsiCo showed a 28% efficiency gains.