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Innovative startups to look out for in the blockchain technology space

The blockchain solution puts creators back in control of their creation

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ANI  |  New Delhi 

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is a virtual ledger which enables developers to record real-time transactions across borders. This possibility allows developers to use this game-changing technology across sectors innovatively.

Below is the list of who have applied the technology in different sectors creatively.


A blockchain-powered P2P platform, MinersINC brings together the creators and consumers of entertainment media in the form of movies, music, and games. The blockchain solution puts creators back in control of their creation and builds a close-knit ecosystem which is direct, less intricate, and more rewarding.


India's Exchange is Blockchain startup in Delhi which works with the motto of "Connecting India to Bitcoin". Coinsecure intends to be the one stop shop for all and Blockchain related needs and accomplishes them through several partnerships across the globe.

PrimeChain Technologies

The startup is based in Pune and was founded by Rohas Nagpal and Shinam Arora in 2016. PrimeChain is in collaboration with 27 banks from India and the Middle East for authentication, verification, and storage of electronic records.


FinTech solution and service provider focusing on bringing innovative solutions in the field of Blockchain and Digital Currency, KrypC is a Bangalore-based blockchain startup help businesses understand the power and utility of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT), assess the potential areas of application, provide technical framework and design and effective implementation of the technology solution.

Somish Solutions

A blockchain-based solution for applications such as P2P insurance, aviation maintenance, distribution log, tokenized fund transfers etc. Founded in 2006 its flagship blockchain product GovBlocks aims to develop Dapps (decentralized applications) based on Ethereum blockchain platform.

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First Published: Fri, August 17 2018. 17:36 IST