Monax

Monax is the company behind Burrow, an open platform for developers and devops to build, ship and run blockchain-based applications for business ecosystems. Businesses use blockchain, smart contract and distributed storage technologies to share data, eliminate redundancy and communicate more efficiently with other participants in their business ecosystems. We call applications that use these technologies ecosystem applications. Monax sells legally compliant smart contract based SDKs to accelerate time to market with sophisticated ecosystem applications.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersLondon, England
Founded2014
Tagsblockchains, smart contracts, b2b, active agreements, documents
Websitehttps://monax.io
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