ReCheck continues to establish itself in the Dutch blockchain ecosystem, as the company has become a member of the BCNL Foundation (Blockchain Netherlands). We are happy to join the Foundation, where we can cooperate with other startups that are utilizing blockchain technology to create tangible solutions to current issues.
About BCNL Foundation (Blockchain Netherlands)
The Foundation is dedicated to providing support, resources, talent, and funds to startups and scale-ups. As an international blockchain hub, the organisation believes that cooperation is critical to the success of promising startups and scale-ups.
BCNL Foundation brings people together through events such as meetups, webinars, round tables and conferences. All of the events are educational and focus on business and community challenges, where stakeholders share insights and are looking for solutions.
The BCNL Foundation (Blockchain Netherlands) network works also closely with other ecosystems to share knowledge and create win-win solutions to ongoing challenges. Their network is a hub for enterprises, universities, investors, accelerators, authorities, including governmental institutions. In fact, the Foundation is committed to lobbying to promulgate certain legislation and regulation.
ReCheck – the New Kid on the Block
ReCheck is thrilled to have become part of such a dynamic and genuine family. We are always looking to cooperate with other startups and organizations who believe in the value blockchain and distributed ledger technology can bring to the world.
We would love to contribute our know how and practical knowledge regarding developing blockchain solutions. Furthermore, we are looking forward to working together with other organizations who need secure, easy-to-implement and scalable solutions to their challenges.
The first event of Blockchain Netherlands with ReCheck’s participation is the webinar on secure and private communication. The recording is available here.
ReCheck’s SDK is a plug-and-play blockchain kit that can be easily integrated and adjusted to work with existing systems and processes. The software components empower stakeholders to protect and share data securely, track all interactions with files and take advantage of electronic signing – without leaking out any sensitive or personal information. The SDK enables parties to easily record, store, share and verify data on blockchain. Furthermore, all digital proofs, such timestamps and hashes (fingerprints) can be easily verified and referred to when needed – independently and directly on the blockchain. Evidence is stored on DLT or other immutable ledger databases, which means that it cannot be manipulated, deleted or corrupted.