What is the potential of blockchain? Join us for the Challenge Fund Finale to discover blockchain's potential and see what nine projects have achieved in just eight short weeks.


Full agenda and timings to be announced.

Brought to you by Blockchain Connected and fully-funded by the Welsh Government, the 'Demonstrating the Potential of Blockchain' Challenge Fund brought together Challenge Owners and Blockchain Innovators to explore the art of the possible and dispel myths around this emerging technology.


After an incredible response to the Demonstrating the Potential of Blockchain Challenge Fund, nine projects were funded across four themes: Net Zero, Circular Economy, Supply Chains, and Digital Record. 

The projects span across agriculture, finance, fishing, energy, medicine, film, steel, and transport. The diversity of blockchain and the interest to use it is clear. Now we look to understand what the potential really is to use blockchain for these key industries. Join us for this finale of live project presentations to discover the true potential of blockchain technology in Wales and beyond.


Find out how blockchain can and will apply across industries – and how it could apply to your organisation, too.

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Participants

  • Innovators

    Bloci

  • Finboot

  • iov42

  • nChain

  • Stofl

  • Vizidox

  • Challenge Owners

    Amber

  • Amey Consulting

  • Celsa Steel UK

  • Delio

  • Ffilm Cymru Wales

  • Hendwr

  • Tata Steel UK

  • TrakCel

  • University of Wales Trinity Saint David

About the Challenge Fund

Demonstrating the Potential of Blockchain is a Challenge Fund presented by Blockchain Connected, funded by the Welsh Government. The Challenge was run with support from our platform partner SimplyDo, who provide a full service challenge experience for all participants. 


The blockchain community is growing in Wales. The need for blockchain technology solutions has never been greater and the pandemic has shone a light on the fragility of critical technology around the world, leading to a sharp acceleration of innovation.


This Blockchain Challenge supported by the Welsh Government aims to Demonstrate the Potential of Blockchain and fund innovative, small scale proof-of-concept R&D projects to evidence how blockchain could be used for economic, societal, and environmental benefit. 

Timescales


  • Opening Event - 27 January 2022
  • Challenge Owner submissions closing - 10 February 2022
  • Innovator idea submissions closing - 28 February 2022
  • Final collaboration application due - 21 March 2022
  • Pitch Day Finals - 29 March 2022
  • Finalists Project Research & Development - April & May 2022
  • Challenge Fund Finale - 20 July 2022

About Blockchain Connected

One community, endless opportunity. Blockchain Connected is the dedicated network for the blockchain community in Wales. It has been created by and sits within the Technology Connected organisation to represent and unite the blockchain community. Learn more about us and how to join the community.