State of Blockchain Consortia by William Mougayar - December 2016

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State of Blockchain Consortia by William Mougayar - December 2016

  1. 1. STATE OF BLOCKCHAIN CONSORTIA DECEMBER 2016 WILLIAM MOUGAYAR INVESTOR & AUTHOR, THE BUSINESS BLOCKCHAIN ADVISOR TO STEEM, ETHEREUM, COIN CENTER, OPEN BAZAAR, BLOQ, TIERION
  2. 2. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. SCOPE • Who are the organizations that have taken a collaborative approach to blockchain implementations and learnings? • Collect basic facts about them • Facilitate the following of their developments and progress • Map the activity • Share a Google Sheet of data
  3. 3. ‣25 global consortiums ‣13 in financial services, 2 in healthcare ‣10 in the USA, 3 in the UK ‣ 22 started in 2016 ‣ 4 working on some aspect of standards ‣ Average # of members in each: 25 ‣ Largest memberships: 100 (Hyperledger and ISITC) ‣Total number of participants: 550 BY THE NUMBERS (C) William Mougayar, 2016.
  4. 4. THE INTERACTIVE MAP (C) William Mougayar, 2016. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1L56UMOPbUUGAzCSPyq8ZGNvzuRM&usp=sharing
  5. 5. FINANCIAL SERVICES DOMINATES (C) William Mougayar, 2016.
  6. 6. LOCATION: US IS #1 AND EUROPE IS #2 (C) William Mougayar, 2016. North America Europe Asia/Australia
  7. 7. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. HASHED HEALTH • N/A • Nashville, USA • Health Care • Oct-2016 • Goal is to accelerate the commercialization of blockchain / DLT solutions in healthcare by providing development, technical, regulatory, and other necessary services as needed for our members. We partner with the right partners and blockchain tech solutions for each business problem we are trying to solve. Active projects include supply chain, claims lifecycle, payments, medical records, insurance, and other use cases. • N/A • Hashed Health Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  8. 8. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. HYPERLEDGER HEALTHCARE WORKING GROUP • 5 • San Francisco, USA • Health Care • Oct-2016 • Discovery and exploration of healthcare-related blockchain use cases that address real world problems. Initially, the group will focus on fundamental Distributed Ledger applications, such as establishing registries, interoperability and identities. Technical opportunities will also be discussed. In time, the discussion will expand to more advanced topics, such as smart contracts and process automation. • Accenture, Gem, Hashed Health, Kaiser Permanente, IBM. • Hyperledger Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  9. 9. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. B3I • 5 • Zurich, Switzerland • Insurance • Oct-2016 • Explore the potential of distributed ledger technologies to better serve clients through faster, more convenient and secure services. Streamline paper work and reconciliations for (re-) insurance contracts and accelerate information and money flows, while greatly improving auditability. Cooperate for a pilot project, using anonymized transaction information and anonymized quantitative data, in order to achieve a proof-of-concept for inter-group retrocessions by the use of the Blockchain technology. With this feasibility study, the founding members aim to explore whether Blockchain technology can be used to develop standards and processes for industry-wide usage and to catalyze efficiency gains in the insurance industry.
 • Aegon, Allianz, Munich Re, Swiss Re, Zurich. • N/A Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  10. 10. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. PTDL GROUP • 40 • London, UK • Financial Services • May-2016 • Provide a trusted environment for key post-trade participants to collaborate and share information for the best interests of our industry. The PTDL will undertake activities relating to how distributed ledger technologies will transform the post-trade landscape.
 
 • CME Group, Euroclear, HSBC, the London Stock Exchange, UniCredit, LCH.Clearnet, Société Générale, UBS. • Ernst & Young, Norton Rose Fulbright. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  11. 11. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. ISO/TC 307 • 15 • Australia • Standards • May-2016 • Standardisation of blockchains and distributed ledger technologies to support interoperability and data interchange among users, applications and systems. 
 • 15 countries • Australia, ISO Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  12. 12. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. ISITC BLOCKCHAIN WORKING GROUP • 100 • London, UK • Standards • July-2016 • Assisting the financial services industry in the adoption of Blockchain Distributed Ledger Technology. Proposing 10 blockchain benchmarks related to blockchain resilience, scalability, latency, data structure, auditability, governance, legal jurisdiction, regulation and software version control. • European companies • ISTC Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  13. 13. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. KINAKUTA (SMART CONTRACTS SECURITY) • 35 • Brooklyn, New York, USA • Standards • Sept-2016 • Working group dedicated to improving smart contracts security. • Developers and companies • Microsoft, ConsenSys. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  14. 14. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. R3 • 74 • New York, USA • Financial Services • 2014 • General purpose platform and technology to design and deliver advanced distributed ledger technologies to the global financial markets. • See this list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R3_(company) • R3 CEV Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  15. 15. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. CHINALEDGER ALLIANCE • 11 China Standards & Regulation April-2016 Adapt and develop existing blockchain technology to the needs of Chinese businesses and set standards across the industry to ensure regulatory compliance in an environment where regulators are very positive, open and interested in blockchain technology. Shanghai Stock Exchange and others Wangxiang Blockchain Labs, Internet Securities Commission of the Securities Association of China (SAC). Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  16. 16. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. FINANCIAL BLOCKCHAIN SHENZHEN CONSORTIUM • 31 • Shenzhen, China • Financial Services • May-2016 • Communication tool for companies and a platform for information sharing concerning blockchain studies. Performing joint research on the blockchain application and create collective projects for its testing in the financial sphere. Special projects include the development of a prototype of a blockchain platform for securities trading and exploration of related services for credit, digital asset registry and invoice management. • Ping An Bank, SIno Safe General Insurance, Huawai, etc. (31 total) • Ping An. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  17. 17. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. HYPERLEDGER FOUNDATION • 100 • San Francisco, USA • Standards & Platform • Dec-2015 • Open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and Technology. The Linux Foundation hosts Hyperledger as a Collaborative Project under the foundation. • See this list: https://www.hyperledger.org/about/members • Linux Foundation, IBM, DAH. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  18. 18. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. RUSSIAN BANKS CONSORTIUM • 7 • Russia • Financial Services • July-2016 • Development of blockchain proofs-of-concept, work on joint research and policy outreach, and the creation of technology standards. Taking a proactive approach in working with domestic regulators and policymakers. 
 • QIWI, B&N Bank, Khanty-Manslysk, Otkritie Bank, Tinkoff Bank, MDM Bank, Accenture. • Bank of Russia Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  19. 19. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. ACCOUNTING CONSORTIUM • 7 • New York City, New York, USA • Accounting • Aug-2016 • Explore and to determine the value of a joint accounting and blockchain industry consortium. 
 
 • XBRL, Microsoft, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PwC, ConsenSys. • Microsoft, ConsenSys. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  20. 20. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. GLOBAL BLOCKCHAIN COUNCIL • 32 • UAE • Government • Feb-2016 • Help UAE authorities and corporations better understand this technology and consider its regulatory implications. Also, will conduct pilot projects testing the readiness of markets to adopt digital currencies. • Du, SAP, IBM, TECOM, Dubai Holding, Privity FZ LLC, Vinay Gupta, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), Emirates Islamic, Microsoft, Infosys, Cisco, Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), Souq.com, EmirateNBD, Careem, Michael Mainelli, Mashreq, Wamda, Propertyfinder.com, Kraken, Umbrellab, AstroLabs, YellowPay, SmartStart Fund, BitOasis, Ethereum, Viktor Koenig LLC, Digitus, Network int, Smart Dubai Office and Dubai Smart Government. • Dubai International Financial Centre Authority. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  21. 21. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. RIPPLE JAPANESE BANKS CONSORTIUM • 30 • Japan • Financial Services • Aug-2016 • Enable round-the-clock settlement at a significant cost reduction to its members and their consumers. The consortium says banks will pay about 90% less in fees. • SBI Holdings, the Bank of Yokohama and SBI Sumishin Net Bank. • SBI Ripple Asia. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  22. 22. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. CULEDGER • 5 • USA • Financial Services • Sept-2016 • Investigating the viability of a private, permissioned distributed ledger that can be used by credit unions.
 • Cuna, Best Innovation Group, the Mountain West Credit Union Association, PSCU. • MWCUA Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  23. 23. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. SWISS INDUSTRY CONSORTIUM • 3 • Switzerland • Financial Services • Sept-2016 • Using blockchain technology for the facilitation of selling shares outside of a stock exchange. Prototyping blockchain based real life trading of “OTC equity clearing, settlement and reporting. • Swisscom, Swiss stock market, Zurich Cantonal Financial institution. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  24. 24. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. FUND CHAIN • 10 • Luxembourg • Financial Services • Oct-2016 • Explore the potential of blockchain technology to improve efficiency and create new business opportunities in the asset management industry. • BIL, BNP Paribas, CACEIS, European Fund Administration, HSBC, ING Luxembourg, Pictet, RBC Investor & Treasury Services, Société Générale Bank & Trust, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Luxembourg. • Scorechain Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  25. 25. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. BLOCKRX PROJECT • N/A • Pennsylvania, USA • Pharmaceuticals • Feb-2016 • Verify and enhance the integrity of the drug supply chain and to accelerate new drug development by leveraging the Blockchain to support and manage the Drug Development Lifecycle. • N/A • iSolve Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  26. 26. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. DUTCH LOGISTICS GROUP • 16 • Netherlands • Transportation Logistics • Nov-2016 • Study how the distributed ledger technology can advance operations to bolster efficiency and effectiveness, as well as reduce supply chain footprints. • TKI Dinalog, TU Delft, ABN Amro, the SCF Community, the Port of Rotterdam, Royal FloraHolland, SmartPort, Windesheim, TNO, Centric, Exact, FBBasic & Cirmar, BeScope Solutions, NBK, Innopay and TransFollow. • TKI Dinalog, TU Delft. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members 
 Leaders
  27. 27. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. DIGITAL ASSET HOLDINGS • 15 • New York, USA • Financial Services • 2014 • Building distributed, encrypted straight through processing tools to improve efficiency, security, compliance and settlement speed. • Deutsche Börse, Icap, JP Morgan, DTCC , ABN Amro, Accenture, ASX Limited, BNP Paribas, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Citi, CME Ventures, Santander InnoVentures, IBM, Goldman Sachs and The PNC Financial Services Group. • DAH Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members
 
 
 
 Leaders
  28. 28. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. BLOCKCHAIN STUDY GROUP • 4 • Tokyo, Japan • Financial Services • Nov-2016 • Collaboratively testing the technology for uses in bank-to-bank payments. The results of the specific trial disclosed today relate to the issuance of payments. Future testing will be widened to include the clearing and settlement of those transactions. • Mizuho Financial Group, Inc., Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation and Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. • Deloitte Tohmatsu Group. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members
 Leaders
  29. 29. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. REVOLUTION 4 • N/A • Utah, USA • Financial Services • Oct-2016 • Focus on blockchain solutions for small businesses. 
 
 • N/A • Overstock Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  30. 30. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. PROJECT JASPER • 8 • Toronto, Canada • Financial Services • Jun-2016 • Exploring the possibility of issuing, transferring and settling central bank- issued assets on a distributed ledger network. • CIBC, Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank of Canada, TD Bank, Scotiabank, Bank of Canada, Payments Canada, R3. • Payments Canada, Bank of Canada. Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members Leaders
  31. 31. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. FCA SANDBOX PROJECT • 24 • London, UK • Financial Services • Jul-2016 • Aims to create a ‘safe space’ in which businesses can test innovative products, services, business models and delivery mechanisms in a live environment without immediately incurring all the normal regulatory consequences of engaging in the activity in question.
 • Billon, BitX, Blnk Innovaation Limited, Bud, Citizens Advice, Epiphyte, Govcoin Limited, HSBC, Issufy, Lloyds Banking Group, Nexday Property Limited, Nivaura, Otonomos, Oval, SETL, Tradle, Tramonex, Swave. • Financial Conduct Authority Number Location Sector Start Date Goal Members 
 Leaders
  32. 32. RESOURCES FOR FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENTS (C) William Mougayar, 2016. Blog post http://startupmanagement.org/?p=50107 Interactive Map https://drive.google.com/open?id=1L56UMOPbUUGAzCSPyq8ZGNvzuRM&usp=sharing Google Sheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1u9M3XuYeAfOZAHEMplcJrqC9QpJkIgOBhaq015Ed25A/edit? usp=sharing
  33. 33. (C) William Mougayar, 2016. THANK YOU WILLIAM MOUGAYAR AUTHOR, THE BUSINESS BLOCKCHAIN WMOUGAYAR@GMAIL.COM 416-648-7010
 STEEM & TWITTER: @WMOUGAYAR STARTUPMANAGEMENT.ORG/BLOG 
 (C) 2016, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

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