From audits and workshops to the deployment of PoCs and ready-to-use products, we oﬀer a range of solutions to help use blockchain technology to build the economy of things.
With our blockchain training program, we offer everything from introductory courses to onsite developer training. We tailor our courses to your needs.
We conduct workshops to develop application scenarios and use cases together with our customers or to develop initial solutions together.
A proof-of-concept (PoC) is a simplified prototype for a given use case, on the basis of which the feasibility and the underlying technology can be evaluated.
A minimum viable product (MVP) illustrates a practical solution to go to market within a small, fixed time frame. In contrast to a production solution, functionality in an MVP is limited and focused around a specific audience or use case.
A real-life application is a complete implementation for a product that solves a market need. In contrast to a pilot prototype, real-life products receive additional testing and are often more feature rich than their pilot counterparts.
Using our talented development team, we support our customers with the integration of Incubed solutions into prototype and real-life products.
We carry out complete security audits for smart contract-based solutions. The source code is examined for security problems, with best practices highlighted and suggestions for improvements given.
Consulting Application Areas
- Token economics
- Decentralized finance
- Decentralized autonomous organisation (DAO)
- Dispute management
- Rights management
- Sharing of IoT devices
- Paying for services and goods
- Smart meters
- Secure tracking of physical items
- Secure logging of data
- Medical records
- Digital rights
Use case examples
From PoC to real-life products, slock.it works with startups and corporations across the globe to implement secure, functional blockchain solutions
Share & Charge was the world’s first blockchain-based mobility product for EV users, allowing users to share charging stations across a decentralized platform, without middlemen.
By combining IoT devices (smart meters) with blockchain technology, we’ve simplified the process of tracking and supplying renewable energy to end users.
Using a customized version of the source code for the first DAO (“TheDAO”) we created an internal project for Siemens allowing their employees to contribute and vote on social good initiatives.