Entrepreneurs who want to make a difference in the world using emerging technologies to create social impact. All applicants are segmented into 2 categories: Dreamers and Shapers.
These are early-stage initiatives with high potential, a strong use case of emerging technologies, and a clear problem-solution fit.
These are established projects in a growth-stage, that have already demonstrated a strong use case, with a solution that addresses the UN's SDGs.
This year Awardees will have the opportunity to showcase their project in front of a selected blockchain community of enthusiasts and investors, at the closing event in Hamburg, Germany. For the first time, Awardees will receive a monetary reward for their projects and access to a network of mentors, brand awareness and use case promotion.
Blockchain for Humanity (b4H) is a not-for-profit foundation with the mission to drive the adoption of emerging technologies that can offer a positive social impact.
DistributedTown is a network of interconnected, self-sovereign communities – that lets anyone join an existing one, or create their own based on a mutual credit system, to switch from a system based on Money, to a system based on Value.
Trustlines Protocol is an open source technology stack for peer-to-peer mutual credit. Instead of government money or bank money, Trustlines enables communities to create payment systems out of People Powered Money -- in other words, using everyday “I-owe-you” agreements based on trust.
More than 30% of the goods that go towards humanitarian development and relief disappear every year. Our platform delivers granular insight into the supply chains responsible for these shipments and drives vision into eliminating this loss.