Blockchain Commons’ mission is to support open blockchain infrastructure and the broader security industry. We are proudly a “not-for-profit” social benefit corporation committed to open source & open development.
Our mission is funded entirely by donations and collaborative partnerships with people like you. Every contribution will be spent on building open tools, technologies, and techniques that sustain and advance blockchain and internet security infrastructure and promote an open web.
Your personal or corporate patronage can help us to accomplish to further the development of open infrastructure projects. Together, we can expand and improve the blockchain infrastructure that’s used by our entire industry, and with your gift, we can remain independent while doing so.
Sustaining patrons have made an ongoing commitment of funds for the support of Blockchain Commons.
Bitmark is a technology company focused on establishing and protecting your rights. It was founded in 2014 to fix and restore trust in the Internet. They wanted to show the world that being able to trust data would lead to a better future for all. Today, Bitmark builds not only the protocol to restore trust in data but also consumer apps that empower humans in the digital age.
Blockchainbird is a free and open source software toolset with a manual to build an extra guarantee layer on existing database systems. It is free to use and adapt to your own needs. Smartphones and smart custody arranged? Then Bird gives wings to projects that are labeled as blockchain, but can in fact be implemented with databases.
Unchained Capital is a new kind of financial services company. They are the first collaborative asset management firm that offers loans and vaults for your Bitcoin. It was founded by people who believe that cryptocurrencies have the potential to change the world but only if they’re useful. They set out to build financial products for long-term crypto-investors to get more value from their assets today and in the future.
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