Research & Development

Our research gives an overview of the technological innovations, consensus mechanism and governance approach behind Catalyst.
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Case Study: 
Food Provenance with Blockchain

DLT is a solution for food provenance challenges because it enables actors to work together in a trustless environment. There has become a disparity between the production of the produce and the information that is on the packaging; for example, Pret a Manger claimed natural sandwiches but were caught including e-numbers in their bread [4]. Consequently, producers in the food provenance supply chain process require a solution that increases transparency between producers and consumers. By using DLT, producers are able to authenticate their produce and consumers are able to access immutable data to validate the claims on packaging or labels.
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Case Study: 
Recycling on Blockchain

It is estimated that 2.2 billion tons of waste is deposited into the oceans annually [1]. However, the majority of the waste in the oceans can be recycled. The United Nations pledged to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns by 2030 as part of their Sustainable Development Goals [2]; in response, Sweden has created a zero-waste society in which domestic and industrial waste is recycled or disposed of sustainably.
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Case Study: 
Decentralsied Time Stamping

Theft of Intellectual Property (IP) costs up to $500 billion dollars a year [1] with proof over who invented an idea typically very hard to demonstrate, it is often difficult to be protected from this kind of cyber-crime leading to lengthy legal recourse. Through time stamping documents and adding proof to an immutable ledger proof of ownership can be demonstrated at low cost with no expensive legal checks. Using the Atlas time stamping tool, it will allow the user to regain control over their IP.
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