Blockchain created by Russian developers was named the “the best solution for the digital economy using distributed ledger technology”
On November 25, the 10th anniversary ceremony of awarding the “Best Solutions for the Digital Economy” was held by ComNews, the independent organizers of industry conferences on telecommunications and information technologies ComNews, in partnership with leading industry associations and public authorities.
🏆This year’s ceremony was dedicated to technology and digital solutions. The nominations were based on technologies from the “Digital Technologies” federal project of the “Digital Economy” national state program.
Out of more than 300 applications, a shortlist was formed which included only 50 nominees. Among the nominations were the best solutions for the digital economy on the basis of artificial intelligence, robotics and sensors, virtual and augmented reality, the Internet of Things and distributed ledgers. In the last nomination, the winner was the DecimalChain blockchain — an online constructor for all kinds of tokens that can be used in tokenization of various business processes.
🔗DecimalChain has managed to offer businesses a secure and easy-to-use blockchain for solving urgent tasks, such as tokenization of assets, points in loyalty systems, user identification, confirmation of ownership rights, authenticity of certificates and other documents, as well as tracking of goods along supply chains, fair voting and much more. What makes DecimalChain unique is its user-friendly interface which allows you to use the best products of the blockchain industry without any special skills. Any entrepreneur from a blogger to a business giant can independently issue his or her own token and manage it since the necessary infrastructure is ready to be used and provided for free by Russian developers.
DecimalChain meets all the criteria of the competition: scalability, transparency, innovation and importance for the industry.
🇷🇺Among the winners in other nominations there were Rostelecom PJSC, Gazpromneft LLC, Russian Post JSC, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, the Department of Digital Transformation of the Tomsk Region Administration and other representatives of advanced industries.
👥The competition was held with the support of the National Association of Robotics Market Participants, the Fintech Association, founded following the initiative of the Bank of Russia and key participants of the domestic financial market and the INFOPRO group of companies. They specialize in optimizing business processes of energy and energy-intensive industries.