Blockchains, Inc., a Nevada-based blockchain technology company committed to protecting and empowering individuals, today announced its acquisition of evan GmbH.
How do anonymous goods become trustworthy products? The real estate industry shows how the use of a Digital Product Passport can optimize existing processes – and why products with a long service life in particular benefit from it.
Thomas Mueller, CEO of evan states: “The advantage of a sharing economy therefore is that a provider no longer has to own all the machines but can also offer machines from other companies via its portfolio to satisfy customer requirements in the best possible way.”
January 28, 2021 marks a special anniversary: The European Data Protection Convention celebrates its 40th birthday. Learn more about data protection and data sovereignty.
How do I know that my business partner is really who he claims to be? That the product he wants to sell me has been manufactured sustainably? These questions often arise when the business transaction is conducted completely digitally.
We are very excited to announce the launch of our new software TRUST&TRACE. TRUST&TRACE is based on the evan.network and addresses supply chain, compliance and purchasing users.
Industry 4.0 enables the digital connection of people, machines and products within the shortest time. Through digital interaction, all network participants become an active part within the business processes.
This interview is part of a series of conversations with leaders in blockchain for real estate, so the FIBREE community can learn how blockchain is impacting real estate directly from experts worldwide.
„To us, being named a Cool Vendor in Blockchain Business by Gartner is a big honour for evan. We believe this recognition underlines the way of evan in making next generation infrastructure available for digital business.” said Thomas Müller, CEO evan GmbH.
Dresden, June 2020 - First Healthcare use case on the evan.network The Cologne-based company Ruma GmbH expanded their unique marker-system for tamper-proof urine samples using a digital application on the evan.network blockchain. Therapy adherence 4.0 The patented...
Trust is the most important asset for all business relationships. Especially in multi-stage supply chains, where lack of transparency is already present, it becomes difficult for companies and end customers to have confidence in products and services.
Blockchain models follow a new logic: Coopetition. Cooperative approach of Coopetition completes the technological dimension of blockchain.
More than any other places, the port of Hamburg impressively illustrates how many different players are involved in the logistics processes. In a project which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, a total of ten northern German partners are working under the coordination of the Logistics Initiative Hamburg to develop and test a blockchain solution for small and medium-sized companies in the context of logistics.
Trust is the basis of all business relationships. Digitally available trust is, therefore, one of the most important building blocks of digitization.
How can trust be established in digital business relationships without becoming dependent on central platforms?
A lot of analogous documents are required for the registration of a vehicle in Germany. Even if a lot of the information and evidence needed for the registration of a vehicle are available in a digital form, a proof of the power of disposition is still provided using the vehicle registration document (ZBII).
Today, supply chains are networked and are becoming increasingly digital. A major challenge hereby is trust in the digital identity of the business partner. Due to market dynamics, driven by rapidly changing customer needs, the possibility of trusting digital cooperation with new business partners is crucial. Therefore, companies need secure ways to manage their own digital identities and verify those of their business partners.
The network is operated by independent companies, the so-called node operators. These companies are the stakeholders of the network and are organized as such in the evan.network organization (e.n.o.). The e.n.o. is thus the organizational counterpart of the technical network structures and guarantees the permanent function, security and integrity of the network.
Everyone talks about digitization and Industry 4.0. At evan.network, we also focus on this topic and aim to make digitization of real-world assets quite simple.
For the first time, Blockchain allows to make digital documents indelible and simultaneously shareable between different parties. This means that one can trust the authenticity of the data transferred in the course of a transaction and does not have to trust the operator of the platform who carries out a business transaction.
We’re excited to officially launch our mainnet to the public world and start the journey with you!