The Proxeus code is published to the community under a GNU GPLv3 license. The new version includes important improvements following a series of functional and technical audit rounds and community feedback.
Proxeus publishes version 1.0 of the software allowing the community to create and publish their own blockchain applications and charge for services using Proxeus tokens on the Ethereum livenet.
SBHack 2019 was the largest blockchain hackathon ever organized in Switzerland - as event partner Proxeus made the framework available to gather feedback from a large group of hackers and business participants.
The Proxeus framework was used in collaboration with the International Testing Agency (ITA) to explore the possible applications of blockchain to prevent fraud in the anti-doping space.
The Proxeus framework is successfully leveraged to document pallet shipments using a decentralised tracking infrastructing using RFID sensors and generating transactions on the IOTA blockchain.
Proxeus published Tango, a user-friendly data storage product which empowers anyone to register, share, sign and save documents through a decentralized blockchain application.
A basic solution design was presented showing how university diplomas could be certified on the Ethereum blockchain - the solution was later used to issue course participation confirmations on livenet.
For the first time, the Proxeus software is made available to the community. A test platform is published on the Proxeus website enabling anyone to build their own applications using the Ethereum testnet.
Together with WWF Switzerland, we used Proxeus to prototype a process able to the ease and accountability of the donation process and opening the door for reduced transaction costs in the future.
A project was setup to explore the possible role of the workflow and document automation capabilities of Proxeus to certify investment-grade cars in the tokenization of asset context.
As part of the Digital Switerland project, the Proxeus framework is used by a series of partners including IBM to incorporate a Swiss company in record time using a Hyperledger contract to coordinate signatures.
Proxeus wins the Swiss Fintech Awards 2018 in the Early Stage category, contributing to create awareness for the framework and grow the community to push the Proxeus ecosystem to the next level.
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The Proxeus project was started with the aim to make blockchain technology more accessible by shortening the time necessary to create and test document-oriented use cases. The Proxeus software is made available as open source code under a GNU GPLv3 license and it is maintained by a community of volunteers. The Proxeus Whitepaper is a living document intended as a reader-friendly description reflecting the key aspects of the project.
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