Unlike other blockchain startups, BiiLabs also provides subscription and consulting services for customers IoT.
BiiLabs provides three main products that help IoT companies transfer data from the cloud to the blockchain. The first is Tangle It is a clearing and settlement services provider. Meanwhile the second is TangleID. It is a digital watermark that can be used for medical records, achievement records, police reports, etc. The last is a customized service, a one-stop solution (turnkey) for point-to-point transactions for the IoT.
Moreover, BiiLabs partnered with Taipei City Government to make Taipei a smart city. Besides, its first program “Digital Citizen Card” actually uses TangleID as a decentralized management system.
BitMark provides effective ways to register ownership of digital assets left by individuals in the online world. It came from the curiosity of its CEO and founder, Moss-Pultz, about its ownership of digital assets.
Currently Bitmark partners with healthcare providers, IoT domain manufacturers, and creators. UC Berkeley is one of the research institutes that collaborated with Bitmark.
Moreover, Bitmark joined Hyperledger, the world’s largest blockchain consortium, as the first member from Taiwan. Through this alliance, it will be able to gain more technical exchanges in the blockchain field and accelerate its development.
AMIS is arguably the first commercial blockchain platform in Taiwan. It adopts Ethereum smart contracts to solve financial technology. Besides, it also offers service for payments, and other cross-domain information flow issues. Vitalik Buterin, the inventor of Ethereum, has also served as a technical advisor to AMIS.
AMIS has formed alliances with six major local banks to expand the application of blockchain in Taiwan. The first public project was the “Fubon Wallet” app for Fubon Financial. With the Fubon Wallet app, employees of Fubon Financial can make cashless taxi trips for business purposes.
Those are the 5 leading blockchain startups in Taiwan. They are expected to grow rapidly in order to help Taiwanese to live a better life.