This year, global attention has continued to focus on privacy and data ownership questions within the digital sphere. On a mission to solve these issues and change how data is managed and transferred, Ontology has established itself as the platform of choice for developers, enterprises, and end-users alike.
Having launched its Mainnet in June 2018, Ontology has gone from strength to strength over the last three years, forging tangible partnerships across various industries. I invited Gloria Wu, Chief of Global Ecosystem Partnerships at Ontology Blockchain on to the podcast to discuss their recent partnerships, including:
Daimler — In a move set to transform the experience of drivers all over the world, Ontology recently partnered with the Daimler Mobility AG Blockchain Factory, which was set up to bring the benefits of blockchain innovations and applications to the automotive finance and mobility industry.
Microworkers — To further their mutual aim of empowering microworkers across the globe, Ontology is collaborating with global freelancing marketplace leader MicroWorkers (MW). Following the initial confirmation of the partnership in February 2020, Ontology recently confirmed the integration of its ONTO Wallet with the MicroWorkers platform, facilitating additional payment options for workers.
Binance Smart Chain – In August 2020, Ontology partnered with Binance Smart Chain Adopting its Decentralized Identity Solution for Security Tokenization Offering Projects.
OGQ — Ontology joined forces with social creator platform OGQ in a strategic partnership that allows OGQ to leverage the Ontology blockchain to increase copyright protection for its content creators, while also presenting users with a new opportunity to purchase digital asset content using OEP-4 tokens.
Ontology is a high-performance, public blockchain specializing in decentralized identity and data. Ontology’s unique infrastructure supports robust cross-chain collaboration and Layer 2 scalability, offering businesses the flexibility to design a blockchain that suits their needs.
With a suite of decentralized identity and data sharing protocols to enhance speed, security, and trust, Ontology’s features include ONT ID, a mobile digital ID application and DID used throughout the ecosystem, and DDXF, a decentralized data exchange and collaboration framework.
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