Let's Use Blockchain For The Benefit of Society

Find out how innovators use Blockchain to turn toughest problems in the world into the greatest triumphs of humanity. Let’s get smart to work.

Blockchain Makes The World
a Better Place.

Sometimes, charities and non-profits do not have the technology to meet the eager and able to support corporate donors. Community investors (IIC) have teamed up with CHATS to develop a forum to help businesses monitor their effect on corporate social responsibility (CSR). This network built on Blockchain technology, gives people access to local projects and lets charities lift their profiles.

How Blockchain Helps Humanitarian Efforts

With CHATS, we believe in the potential of the blockchain for the benefit of society. Learn how innovators and humanitarians build new models of progress, advance awareness, and help solve the most pressing problems in the world.

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Unchangeable, tamper-proof documents

Collaboration by all members of the blockchain network is necessary to verify each transaction, and all authenticated transactions are permanently registered on the blockchain. No one can erase them, not even server administrators.

Permitted participation

In order to participate, each member of the network must have access rights, keeping out bad actors. In addition, knowledge is only exchanged with other network members on a need-to-know basis.

Build new shift models

Every day, blockchain innovators explore how they can use the unique advantages of the technology to decentralize resources, redefine meaning, set up new alliances and form the status quo.

How Blockchain Promotes Humanitarian Initiatives

Traceability requires getting the clarity to understand. To solve global problems, we use blockchain to provide financial inclusion for the poor of the world and to allow open social plastic recycling systems.