Bridging the gap between people and web3 technolog
Linum Labs AG is a global software development studio with a core focus on blockchain applications, system design and token engineering. Our core expertise is in fintech, healthcare & identity systems.
A growing team of +10 developers, product managers & designers who create & inspire positive change with decentralized systems.
Our team is located in Switzerland, Berlin and Cape town, operating in an agile and remote first fashion. This gives us access to great talent & low-overhead, regulatory clarity and access to a diverse client base.
PRODUCT: We help create. From proof of concepts for large enterprise clients to bespoke trainings to our own inhouse products (www.molecule.to & www.protea.io). We identify opportunities and create value where this was previously impossible through innovative architectures and open source methodologies.
RESEARCH: We help you to stay at the forefront of technology through deep research and an extensive network. We remain dynamic, critical and regularly publish technical content. From blockchain scalability, to EIP & identity standards, token engineering and simulation design.
COMMUNITY: From training and consulting to meetups, community calls (For beginners, curation markets and organisers) and hackathons (see www.ethcapetown.com). Sharing our knowledge and skills with a growing community is crucial to help foster understanding by creating a strong network of individuals looking to adopt decentralized technology.
Barclays, Standard Bank, De Beers, ABSA, Pwc, Shoprite, Anglo, SBB, Deloitte
Linum recently built and implemented a working PoC for the SBB (National Swiss Railway) in Switzerland to provide their railway workers with unique digital identities live on the Ethereum blockchain.
The identities linked to their respective uPort ID’s was then anchored to an identity on the blockchain via their mobile devices. A hash of the worker’s check-in / check-out activities is published to the blockchain so that the internal database can be audited to verify which worker was present and if they were correctly certified to work on that site. The app can also connect to identity systems authorized by city administrations, like Zug ID.
A self-sovereign blockchain-based identity is well-suited for this use case because workers should be able to carry over their identity from one company to another and no specific company should own or manage it. In addition, there are multiple companies and parties issuing certificates.