Blockchain represents a massive opportunity for the safer delivery of public services, particularly in the wake of recent malware attacks. Wallet.Services was absolutely the right choice for us to run a proof of concept around licensing using their SICCAR platform. They have the capability to help us explore the effective deployment of this technology to the benefit of Scottish citizens and we look forward to a huge progress in this area.”
Alexander Holt, Head of CivTech - Scottish Government
“At the AFRC, we see many opportunities for blockchain in digital manufacturing, and we look forward to working further with Wallet.Services and our other clients to explore the cross-sector applications of distributed ledger technologies.”
Rory Ingram, Product Realisation Technical Lead – AFRC
Blockchain technology offers new models for government digital services – enhancing citizen experience, reducing costs, and addressing cyber security. We’re working with Wallet.Services to drive blockchain innovation across UK government.
Derrick McCourt, General Manager – Customer Success Unit, Microsoft UK
Six farmers in north-east Scotland are working with SAC Consulting and Wallet.Services to develop distributed ledger, or DLT, technology that will allow shoppers to trace their oats right back along the supply chain and be completely sure they are gluten-free.
Wallet.Services, The University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and Lloyd’s Register are collaborating with Baker Hughes, a GE company, and Chevron to develop a digitised use case of distributed ledger technology (DLT) to support the global oil and gas supply chain.