An important function of government is to maintain trusted information about individuals, organisations, assets and activities. Globally, each day governments deliver services to its citizens and organisations for the realisation of a variety of benefits from engagement, goods to economic opportunities.

All forms of engagement with government may involve the receipt by the citizen of a direct benefit from government or may involve a process of assistance with fulfilling an obligation such as the registry of property titles.

More governments are being encouraged to explore the potential of blockchain technologies to find ways to reduce cost, improve service offering efficiencies and provide more accountability to the public.

Blockchains are a governance technology reducing the complexity of contracts, the cost to transact and the time to reach consensus of data.

What We Do

Founded in late September 2016, Civic Ledger is an Australian civic-focused blockchain company with a purpose to help governments globally to solve complex business processes by digitalising operations and services using smart contract and blockchain technologies where advantaged over traditional legacy systems.

We digitalise government to customer transactions to unlock a range of productivity and efficiency benefits by building blockchain based applications with market fit in mind.

Civic Ledger has been working with government clients and customers to drive the use cases and the development of the platform as we believe this approach is critical to ensuring that our civictech blockchain solutions can scale to drive adoption by major governments globally.

Blockchain technology is an emerging way for businesses, industries, and governments to almost instantaneously make and verify transactions—streamlining business processes, saving money, and reducing the potential for fraud.

At its core, a blockchain is a data structure that is used to create a digital transaction ledger that, instead of resting with a single provider, is shared among a distributed network of computers.

The result is a more open, transparent, and publically verifiable system that will fundamentally change the way governments can think about exchanging value and assets, enforcing contracts, and sharing data across industries. The applications using blockchain are almost limitless, ranging from loans, bonds, and payments to more efficient supply chains to even identity management and verification.

Civic Use Cases

COMMERCIAL TRIAL: AGRICULTURAL WATER TRADING RIGHTS

National feasibility study to improve transparency of water trading in Australian water markets.

The Challenge: 

To consider problems in the Australian water markets which is worth $16B p.a. and determine whether blockchain technology would improve efficiency and transparency,

What We Delivered: WATERLEDGER™

A blockchain platform based on Ethereum
Tokenised a physical asset which was mega-litres of water
Smart contracts to enable trade of water allocations based on complex business rules (+16,000)
Real-time updates of state based water registries

 

COMMERCIAL TRIAL: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

Explore and discover blockchain technology to future proof IP Australia’s registries.

THE CHALLENGE: 

Registering patent applications, issuing patents, creating immutable records of ownership and enabling IP right owners to easily license or sell their IP to interested parties.

What We Delivered:

Automation of rights registration using Ethereum blockchain
Transferred 50,830 patent applications using smart contracts in under 40 minutes
Ease of discovery of patent rights for non-exclusive licensing

China’s crypto start-up exiles like InvestDigital target Australia for ICOs

JAMES EYERS
JANUARY 29, 2018
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Cryptocurrency Trading Explained: What You Need To Know

LUKE COOPER
NOVEMBER 20, 2017
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If You Haven’t Heard Of ‘Women in Blockchain’ It’s Time You Did

SIOBHAN KENNA
OCTOBER 27, 2017
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What is A Digital Wallet?

LUKE COOPER
OCTOBER 9, 2017
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Blockchain Explained: What You Need To Know

LUKE COOPER
AUGUST 3, 2017
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Australia’s blockchain adoption at tipping point

BEVERLEY HEAD
JUNE 19, 2017

Blockchain’s new coming of age

BEVERLEY HEAD
MAY 29, 2017

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28 April 2017
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Feds funding water market transparency solutions

Civic Ledger now a member of the Australian Digital Currency Commerce Association

22 March 2017
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Grants support the innovative ideas of small and medium businesses

14 March 2017
A list of grant recipients can be found here.

About

Civic Ledger’s Vision

We want to deliver on blockchain’s potential and build viable solutions that improve people’s interactions with government for the longer term.

Civic Ledger’s Mission

To have Civic Ledger’s blockchain based applications used by some of the world’s largest governments to underpin its transactions with people to improve the customer experience in a digitalised society.

Civic Ledger’s Team

We are a team of public and financial sector experts, software engineers, and venture know-how inspired to solve business process challenges faced by public sector markets. We also have strong business backgrounds, which have firsthand experience in bringing companies to life.

This diversity in backgrounds and skill sets allows us to see the potential of blockchain technologies and smart contracts to enable citizens and organisations to self-manage the speed, convenience, and control over their transactions within digitalised societies.

Victor Jiang, Civic Ledger’s Founding Chairman, is a serial entrepreneur and founding Chairman of Sapien Ventures – a Fintech and blockchain-focused venture capital firm with presence across Silicon Valley, Australia and China. Victor has lived and worked across 12 countries, having worked with some of the largest Fortune 50 companies as well as countless startups. Victor currently sits on 6 technology company boards across the 3 continents, including 4 as Chairman.

Grantly Mailes, co-founder and Executive Director of Civic Ledger, is a technology adviser, entrepreneur and innovator. He has over 25 years of experience in advising senior business and government leaders on the use of digital  technologies to reshape enterprises and governments. He has also been an operational Chief Information Officer and Chief Digital Officer in both the public and private sectors.

Katrina Donaghy, co-founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Civic Ledger, has extensive experience in public policy and early stage commercialisation. She is the organiser of the Brisbane Women in Blockchain Meetup and regularly speaks on the topic of why cities and governments should be exploring blockchain technologies.  Katrina was recently appointed to the Australian Digital Commerce Association Board.

Darren Langley, Civic Ledger’s Senior Blockchain Lead, has over 15 years’ experience building exciting digital products for government, professional services, financial services, and the sustainability industry. He has commercial experience working with the Ethereum blockchain and writing smart contracts.

 

Lachlan Feeney, Civic Ledger’s Blockchain Developer, is an up and coming systems developer, coding to a range of programming languages including Solidity (Ethereum blockchain) C#, Objective C and Python. He has worked on number of projects using these languages and is constantly improving his skill set as he progresses through his university degree.

Civic Ledger was founded in September 2016.

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