Over the years, we have developed various enterprise projects for top tier international corporations and startups
From building decentralised applications and proof of concepts, to c-suite consulting, to bespoke enterprise and developer training workshops
What we are capable of
Our work with international clients has allowed us to draw on a myriad of life experiences and expertise. We utilise web3.0 technology to unlock new opportunities and improve upon existing systems
Our Uses Cases
Swiss Federal Railway
In 2018 we created one of the first working implementations of a blockchain solution in Switzerland. This solution was an identity management solution for SBB (The Swiss Federal Railway). Through our rapid development cycle, we were able to create a self-sovereign identity solution POC in only a few months, and also provide on the job blockchain development training to the SBB internal development team.
In the News
Swiss Federal Railway
In 2018 we created one of the first working implementations of a blockchain solution in Switzerland. This solution was an identity management solution for SBB (The Swiss Federal Railway). Through our rapid development cycle, we were able to create a self-sovereign identity solution POC in only a few months, and also provide on the job blockchain development training to the SBB internal development team.
In the News
ETHCapeTown
One of our most recent larger-scale events was the ETHCapeTown Hackathon in collaboration with the EthGlobal and the Ethereum Foundation. It was the first and at the time, the largest,  blockchain hackathon on the continent of Africa. The event drew in high profile, international speakers, instructors and sponsors to the city. During this 3 day hackathon over 200 hackers created over 33 unique solutions to South African problems.

One of the most unique solutions to come out of our hackathon is Sebenzai, which made a machine-learning algorithm to improve translations of all the beautiful native South African languages and uses the Ethereum blockchain for payments to translators who train the algorithm.
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ETHCapeTown
One of our most recent larger-scale events was the ETHCapeTown Hackathon in collaboration with the EthGlobal and the Ethereum Foundation. It was the first and at the time, the largest,  blockchain hackathon on the continent of Africa. The event drew in high profile, international speakers, instructors and sponsors to the city. During this 3 day hackathon over 200 hackers created over 33 unique solutions to South African problems.

One of the most unique solutions to come out of our hackathon is Sebenzai, which made a machine-learning algorithm to improve translations of all the beautiful native South African languages and uses the Ethereum blockchain for payments to translators who train the algorithm.
Molecule Catalyst
One of our favourite projects we have created is Molecule Catalyst. Catalyst is a decentralised crowdfunding platform for the research and development of pharmaceutical IP.  Molecule was a major full-stack dApp product developed and launched by Linum Labs. We spent 8 months developing the product before it was launched onto the Ethereum mainnet in early 2020.

Since its launch, Molecule has now successfully closed its own seed funding round from a group of international investors and has moved its headquarters to Berlin to continue building out towards its larger goal of fractionalizing IP ownership of chemical compounds.
Molecule Catalyst
One of our favourite projects we have created is Molecule Catalyst. Catalyst is a decentralised crowdfunding platform for the research and development of pharmaceutical IP.  Molecule was a major full-stack dApp product developed and launched by Linum Labs. We spent 8 months developing the product before it was launched onto the Ethereum mainnet in early 2020.

Since its launch, Molecule has now successfully closed its own seed funding round from a group of international investors and has moved its headquarters to Berlin to continue building out towards its larger goal of fractionalising IP ownership of chemical compounds.
Liquorice Gen
Liquorice Gen is a liquidity solution for early-stage dapp’s that need to raise collateral to launch a token we developed during the ETHGlobal HackMoney Hackathon in May 2020. What Liquorice Gen can offer is what we like to call an IBCO - initial bonding curve offering for a token.

Using the bonding curve as an automated market maker the token is able to accumulate collateral. Once a certain number of tokens have been sold, the token will transition to a Uniswap market. This is done with the use of a generalised equation we have derived for the smart contract that determines the start price and amount of tokens that can be taken to market.
Liquorice Gen
Liquorice Gen is a liquidity solution for early-stage dapp’s that need to raise collateral to launch a token we developed during the ETHGlobal HackMoney Hackathon in May 2020. What Liquorice Gen can offer is what we like to call an IBCO - initial bonding curve offering for a token.

Using the bonding curve as an automated market maker the token is able to accumulate collateral. Once a certain number of tokens have been sold, the token will transition to a Uniswap market. This is done with the use of a generalised equation we have derived for the smart contract that determines the start price and amount of tokens that can be taken to market.
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First Thursday &
Retrospection: another year of
blockchain
Cape Town
Hosting
5 December
First Thursday &
Retrospection: another year of
blockchain
Cape Town
Hosting
5 December
First Thursday &
Retrospection: another year of
blockchain
Cape Town
Hosting
5 December
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