Blockchain Innovation Challenge finalists

The 10 Blockchain Innovation Challenge finalists are:

Protect Provenance SA Museum by SA Museum and Civic Ledger

This idea aims to use blockchain to preserve cultural artefacts that are currently held by the South Australian Museum.

Wisecar by Carnegie Mellon University

A platform which aims to record service and maintenance history of vehicles using blockchain.

Platfarm by Platfarm

A tool designed to enable farmers to determine the carbon content of their soil for environmental purposes.

REC Blockchain​ by REC Blockchain

Uses blockchain and smart contract technology to trade renewable energy.

ValAi by ValAi

Aims to improve the accessibility and accuracy of property valuations.

Wine security by Clare Valley Wine and Grape Association

A blockchain solution which aims to ensure the provenance of wine.

Twohands by NextFaze

Uses smart tags to authenticate food provenance exports.

Building Passport by Yup Yup Labs

A central repository of all information relating to buildings and land.

Seraph by Wright Technologies

Aims to improve accuracy and reliability of location data.

Flying Fox by CryptoCate

A platform for educating South Australian students on blockchain technology.
 

Finalists took part in an incubation program in March 2019, which was run by local start-up, LeapSheep and supported by UniSA’s Innovation Collaboration Centre.

Finalists then pitched their ideas on stage in front of a panel of judges at the ADC Global Blockchain Summit on Monday 18 March. Winners of the Challenge were announced that evening at a gala dinner and will share in a $100,000 prize pool to go towards further developing their blockchain ideas.