The Decentralized Future
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Benefactory helps decentralized nonprofit foundations, also known as commonwealths fund progress for all people. These commonwealths are decentralized organizations, where each proposal is funded individually with donations. Benefactory approves commonweath proposals to further their goals so that individual members can voluntarily fund those proposals. Contributors receive proofs of their contributions recorded on the blockchain where they can be acknowledged by any person or app—even an app the commonwealth funds together.
BlockApps is a full stack application platform for decentralized applications. Web developers can easily write applications that leverage the power of blockchains using familiar tools. These blockchain apps can run anywhere on any Internet-connected device. They can also seamlessly interoperate with other blockchains.
Allows Ethereum smart contracts and dapps to securely verify transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain.
INFURA is a foundational part of the ConsenSys family and the emerging decentralized ecosystem. An important challenge faced by Dapp developers and users is the need for Dapps to interface with Ethereum and IPFS nodes. The mission of INFURA is to provide the world with secure, stable, fault tolerant, and scalable Ethereum and IPFS nodes.
LightWallet is a HD wallet that can store your private keys encrypted in the browser to allow you to run Ethereum dapps even if you’re not running a local Ethereum node. It uses BIP32 and BIP39 to generate an HD tree of addresses from a randomly generated 12-word seed.
ProvID offers Know-Your-Customer address verification on Ethereum. The service currently maps the physical address of an individual to their public/private key pair. By verifying that a key pair belongs to a physical individual, ProvID creates proof for KYC and anti-sybil purposes. To attest to their address, users simply have to enter their address online, receive a sealed letter with an identification code and enter their code along with their Ethereum address into ProvID’s website.
Before Regis, records of ownership were fragile pieces of history that could be lost, censored, stolen, rearranged or destroyed. Today, Regis presents a straightforward solution for individual users, organizations, and dApps to register, track and transfer the ownership of digital assets and will stand the test of time. Regis is a powerful tool for creating, auctioning, managing and deploying decentralized registries on the Ethereum blockchain. The registry allows users to design and maintain registries of user-defined key value pairs without costly infrastructure requirements.
RepSys is a multifaceted, multi-tiered reputation system that is embedded in Dapps including uPort. It enables people, organizations and objects to attest to the conduct of their counterparties with respect to various kinds of transactions: buying/selling, lending/borrowing/repaying, collaborating on projects, gaming interactions, and data quality and reliability.
Stabl enables dApps to hold and manage stable values in their Ethereum contracts, protecting their users from the Ether price volatility.
uPort is a decentralized digital identity platform focused on enabling self-sovereign identity, allowing users to be in complete control of their identity, personal information and digital assets. uPort aims to solve the digital identity crisis by providing secure and user-friendly identity services including registration, attestation, disclosure, profile and key management. The encrypted information that is in a user’s uPort allows them the ability to chose the parts of their identity that they disclose about themselves.
The goal of the Haskell Ethereum Client is a create a reliable, secure node for the Ethereum blockchain that can serve as a scalable gateway for decentralized applications. Haskell was chosen because of its proven reliability and mathematical verifiability in complex financial environments. The Haskell client forms part of the core technology of the BlockApps blockchain application platform.
The Java Ethereum Client takes the network where it could never go before. Now anybody who can run the Java Virtual Machine can run a performant and fully-featured Ethereum node.