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Description

Evaluate blockchain technology for managing access to physical resources. 


Custodian: CAKE

Background
This project originated in OuishareMTL, continued with Living Labs Montreal, who brought in eVision, a local Montreal company with extensive experience with Government contracts and security clearance. The initial phase of the project has been funded by IRAP-CNRC

Applications 

  • secured and interoperable access to physical spaces (sharing economy)
  • physical assets management (sharing economy & participatory economy)
  • add more...   

Short-term goals

  • create application study
  • build community for block chain applications for resource management
  • build a business case around access to shared spaces and shared assets management. 

Long-term goals

Crate application report

Milestones

  • Blockchain-based prototype - DONE
  • Holochain prototype?

Incentives

This project has been funded in the past. There is currently no funding for it. 

See SENSORICA Business Model and Contribution Accounting System.

Tools, activities, and processes

Annotated online content- Diigo blockchainaccess_project
Planning and contribution accounting - NRP-CAS page
Project planning - Trello
Discussions - Forum
Shared links - Diigo
Mapping - Metamaps
Videos - Youtube
Code - Github

Skills and resources needed

  • Monax (Eris Industries) toolchain
  • General knowledge about blockchain technology and Ethereum
  • Solidity "smart contract" programming
  • Javascript
  • Node Js
  • Meteor
  • NFC
  • Outreach, facilitation and coordination
  • Documentation


Contact us if you want to contribute!



   
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BzrQyEif2HItTkNYOEtONzgwNkU
 
https://crm.sensorica.co/c/projects/blockchainaccess
 


Status

Submitted proof of concept.

Participants

Role map



Media






Subpages (1): Block chain access CAS
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