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Coding for Change

900 participants from 92 countries attended Coding for Change using blockchain technology to address the problems and/or expected societal changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Location: Virtual

The challenge

Apply blockchain technology to help address the problems and expected societal changes related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lifebank helps local communities create a virtuous circle of value exchange between three parties — an eligible blood donor, a donation center, and a sponsor.
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Submissions

COVID-19 Passport - Provides COVID-19 and antibody test status
A customizable, economic, and ecological mask tailored to you.
Bringing transparency to the medical supply chain.
Securely request, issue, and present proof-of-immunity against COVID-19.
Helping people social distance through contactless drink sales and income distribution.
A distributed marketplace to enable local trading in any currency.
Create surveys and gather responses, stored on the EOS blockchain.
Decentralized contact tracing through bluetooth and EOSIO blockchain.
Connecting additive manufacturing stakeholders for secure and reliable automation.
Supporting businesses through transparent and accountable gift cards.
A transparent financial infrastructure for EOS that includes a bank, exchange, and price oracle.
Democratizing authority with easy and verifiable blockchain-based certificates.
Lifebank helps local communities create a virtuous circle of value exchange between three parties — an eligible blood donor, a donation center, and a sponsor.
Enabling mutual aid organizations to manage risk and reduce costs.
A donation platform to verify participants and ensure contributions are put to good use.
A decentralized micro-university connecting businesses, teachers, and students.
Secure enrollment, streamlined consent, and fair compensation for clinical trials.
A modern digital directory of local businesses and services.
An economic virtual meet-up community and decentralized donation network.
Blockchain and AI to automate safe testing for COVID-19 and influenza.
Using blockchain to enhance integrity within stimulus relief.
Creating an art-based economy to empower learning, collaboration, and contributions.
An accessible knowledge service supply chain to encourage better thinking and greater understanding.
A resilient and decentralized infrastructure for the digitalization and funding of creativity.
Enabling one-on-one teaching for students and instructors, certified on blockchain.
Bridging the gap between job seekers and employers through stronger management and automation.

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