Blockchain & DLT

The i2CAT Foundation has directed the Technical Office within the working group for the implementation of blockchain technology in Catalonia, a strategy promoted by the Government of Catalonia’s Digital Policy Secretary’s Office. It has also participated as an advisor for the TDA IDENTICAT Blockchain, a research and innovation program in advanced digital technologies promoted by the Ministry for Digital Policy and Public Administration within the SmartCatalonia strategy. 


The Foundation has also carried out a variety of actions such as reports and technological scouting on blockchain, ecosystem and use cases applied to digital identity. i2CAT has collaborated in the ‘Rebooting the Web of Trust’ with a DID method recommendation for Bitcoin proof of concept, and it also sponsors and/or actively participates as a trainer, mentor and speaker in events such as the Blockchain Challenge or European Blockchain Convention, among other activities. The DLT-Blockchain area of the i2CAT Foundation designs solutions for different sectors such as banking, health, supply chain, entertainment, sustainability, energy and cybersecurity.

Examples: 

  • Sharing of health information between patients and medical research centers 
  • Management of critical indicators for patients and donors in organ transplants  
  • Energy efficiency management to improve billing transparency, process agility and cost reduction thanks to the application of smart contracts   
  • Design of a virtual credit card for cryptocurrencies to faciltate purchases and exchange of external currencies
  • Information management for documents used as evidence in audits and contractual processes
  • Traceability of the component chain in waste electrical and electronic sections from manufacturing to end of life or recycling
  • Creation of smart contracts for the management of royalties on assets in the distribution of payments according to rights
  • Service for the traceability of the cold chain in demonstations at the SIL International Logistics Exhibition, in Barcelona

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