We work with growing companies to implement logistics technology and get them live!
At GoBlock, we are exploring emerging technologies in logistics. And, we are working to connect the companies, associations, and entrepreneurs who are building these new technologies.
See below some of our work in this exciting industry.
IoT over Blockchain
The Helium Network is a permissioned blockchain utilizing a decentralized network of low-power radios which allow LoRa IoT devices to send data to and from the internet.
GoBlock operates multiple Helium antennas in the Atlanta area.
The Open Logistics Network
dexFreight is a blockchain-enabled freight network that aims to connect carriers, brokers, and shippers to improve the movement of goods worldwide and bring liquidity to the supply chain.
GoBlock is a Series B investor.
Building the Blockchain Community in Georgia
Through this Council we develop thought leadership on the role of Blockchain in Supply Chain, encourage entrepreneurs in supply chain technology, and connect with academia, associations, and governing authorities.
GoBlock is the Leader of the GBC Supply Chain Council.
Incubator for Atlanta Based Start Ups in Blockchain
ABC is the catalyst for Atlanta’s emergence as the premier blockchain innovation hub globally through cultivating entrepreneurship, inclusivity, and education.
GoBlock is one of the original DAO supporters of the ABC.
Startup Ecosystem for Atlanta
Atlanta Venture Club digitally connects the entire Atlanta startup ecosystem providing a single access point with tools, perks, events, and opportunities open to all Atlantans.
GoBlock is one of the First 50 Founding Members
ERC-20 Tokenization of Movies
The PickFlix game is a unique example of how smart contracts, cryptocurrency, and crowd prediction theory can be combined in an entertaining way.
We built PickFlix so that anyone could play. No blockchain experience necessary!
Blockchain is included in the "Info Stack" aspect of the ecosystem as a supporting technology - just as the internet is also a supporting technology. And, blockchains can be applicable in certain supply chain use cases.
Like any emerging technology, blockchain is currently over-hyped and adoption is slow. There is a lot of work going on today to develop meaningful applications using blockchain technology, and to increase that adoption. GoBlock is part of that work.
Meanwhile, we will continue to lead our clients in the application of today's technology and improve their operations right now... while always looking to develop the technology of the future.
See above some of our projects in emerging technology, and our associations with other teams in blockchain.
Blockchain was our call to create GoBlock in 2018. It's when we started experimenting with the new technology, and our name-sake.
We believe the future of commerce will increasingly require an open information environment where currency, value, and trust can be traded with partners. Blockchains can do that.
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