Companies who are integrating MultiChain into their products

We are delighted that MultiChain is being integrated into the product offerings of many companies, whether they are startups or well-established enterprises. Below is a list of companies who are have requested to make this integration public. Please note that we do not explicitly endorse these companies or take responsibility for their products.

See also the separate list of platform partners who offer consulting services for the MultiChain platform.

Aicumen Technologies focuses on value creation in the digital economy by leveraging blockchain, cognitive technologies and IoT. Aicumen is creating a proprietary platform that brings together these technologies in a powerful manner.

Headquarters: Princeton, NJ. Markets served: US, Europe, Asia.

Apuana Corporate is the commercial brand name of a leading Italian manufacturer of marble goods. The company is using MultiChain together with a proprietary tracking system to enable end users to verify the provenance of raw materials and workmanship.

Headquarters: Carrara, Italy. Markets served: Global.

Blockbinder from Chainfrog Oy is a middleware database connectivity product that uses MultiChain to traverse corporate low-trust boundaries and share data between existing databases and ERP systems. This enables a blockchain pilot to be deployed quickly, using legacy systems, without requiring blockchain expertise.

Headquarters: Espoo, Finland. Markets served: Global.

Clicktopurchase is a platform for buying and selling property online, bringing buyers, bidders, sellers, agents and solicitors together. Events are recorded in a multi-node MultiChain blockchain with distributed nodes for transparency and certainty.

Headquarters: London. Markets served: UK and Ireland.

COVAL is a blockchain platform for movable value and enables secure p2p off-chain transport of digital crypto assets and wallets to any user namespace on any identity platform.

Headquarters: Raleigh, North Carolina. Markets served: Worldwide.

Cubichain Technologies are developers of blockchain technologies for the additive manufacturing industry.

Headquarters: Cypress, California. Markets served: USA and International.

Election Explorer is a permissioned blockchain voting platform that guarantees perfect vote counts, verifiable votes and instant reporting.

Headquarters: San Francisco. Markets served: Global.

Encrypgen are building the Gene-Chain, a private blockchain for sharing genomic metadata and data. They sell nodes to labs, research hospitals and companies having genomic storage and sharing needs.

Headquarters: Coral Springs, Florida. Markets served: US, Europe, Latin America.

fuzoDNA enables organizations to effortlessly incorporate the blockchain into their systems and processes, providing full trust and visibility into the digital DNA of their business.

Headquarters: Cape Town, South Africa. Markets served: Africa, Europe.

Geoprise Technologies provides GM-X, a web application suite that combines proven blockchain technology with strong encryption for enterprise supply chain management, sales force automation, supplier relationship management and project and activity execution.

Headquarters: Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA. Markets served: Global.

Greenstage Lab is a fintech startup planning, designing and building a blockchain-based wallet and exchange.

Headquarters: Seoul, South Korea. Markets served: Global.

HealthBlocks is a global health IT company with the vision of enabling universal healthcare. Their product suite enables efficient health records management for patients, doctors, hospitals and organizations.

Headquarters: Quezon City, Philippines. Markets served: South East Asia.

Hypatia Technologies offers “Compliance as a Service” to regulators and vendors in regulated industries.

Headquarters: Boca Raton, Florida. Markets served: Worldwide.

Medici Ventures advances blockchain technology through capital investment and software development in six fundamental areas: capital markets, money and banking, identity, land, voting and underlying technology.

Headquarters: Utah, USA. Markets served: Global.

NewBanking is developing an online tool to provide a simpler onboarding workflow for the financial sector and more. Their identity verification platform allows consumers to complete onboarding processes in a few clicks and provides full control and transparency over how personal data is used.

Headquarters: Copenhagen, Denmark. Markets served: Global.

Rights Chain provides artists with a simple tool to mark the date of birth of their artworks in a verifiable way, using multiple digital signature technologies and a blockchain.

Headquarters: London. Markets served: Worldwide, primarily EEC.

SMaaS (Smart Migration as a Service) takes care of painful migrations to new technologies, to enable the business of tomorrow.

Headquarters: Santiago, Chile. Markets served: Chile, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia.

Tagcash is an e-wallets and payments platform for fiat, cryptocurrences and private currencies.

Headquarters: Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. Markets served: Philippines.

Tilkal is a digital identity platform for physical products notarizing all supply chain events. With industry-centric permissioned blockchains and data at scale, we enable our customers to drive end-to-end transparency and detect illegitimate activities.

Headquarters: Paris, France. Markets served: Mostly European.

Wolfram Research is a powerhouse in technical innovation and has been defining the computational future for three decades as the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language. MultiChain is being integrated into the Wolfram Language and across the Wolfram family of products, enabling Wolfram Language users to write applications that make use of blockchain functionality.

Headquarters: Champaign, Illinois. Markets served: Global.

If you are building a product that works with MultiChain and wish to join the product partner program, please get in touch.