We are forging a Community of doers from all backgrounds and areas of expertise to work together in learning about, promoting, and testing the use of advanced technologies in novel ways through research, policy, and new ventures.
WHAT WE PROVIDE
Providing awareness on areas and applications of blockchain and distributed ledger technology through events, meetups, and workshops by leading practitioners
Reporting and analysis on the current landscape of blockchain and distributed ledger technology, regulation, current and future trends, as well as policy outlooks for the future use of these technologies in the private and public sectors.
Providing space for local and regional startups to collaborate and work
Providing Support and mentorship by seasoned practitioners, entrepreneurs, and practitioners
Collaborations and partnerships between academia, industry partners, and students to develop and test pilots in different areas
Opportunities for students and community members to join startups and create new ventures
DLT has the potential to reshape processes including KYC & AML, processing cycles, data integrity, volume of trades or transactions, cross-border payments, value exchanges, and crowdfunding through different uses and applications.
DLT has application in the life sciences where it can be used for security when accessing patient data in healthcare, record verification, and streamlining clinical trials across multiple stakeholders.
DLT can be used to store, verify, and validate client, immutable digital identities, KYC/AML, and smart contracts to automate complex contract performance which will optimize the efficiency of the legal field.
Policy & Regulatory
DLT requires all stakeholders to be brought to the discussion to synthesize an inclusive and progressive framework for implementation that facilitates safety and does not hinder innovation across various sectors and industries.
We bring together seasoned blockchain and other advanced technology practitioners, academic and industry partners, as well as students and emerging talent from various disciplines including cryptography, machine learning, regulatory, policy, life sciences, fintech, regtech and many others to learn from one another, network and collaborate on projects that are the most impactful to society at large as well as to the future of industries.
We take a holistic approach to blockchain and distributed ledger technology and its potential uses and applications where it can be used both as the enablement for other technologies and in combination with them.
It is through the right environment, direction, and enablement through a cross-disciplinary and inclusive approach that real impactful industry and societal contributions are made. We provide custom tailored programmes, advisory, incubation, mentorship, and drop-in membership to the Bradfield Centre for new ventures as well as connect and bring together key stakeholders and interested parties to on novel projects.
184 Cambridge Science Park