Klaytn, the leading blockchain project led by the South Korean Internet giant Kakao, announced on Oct. 18 that eight new blockchain projects have joined Klaytn as service partners to further developments in bringing mass blockchain adoption globally.
Dedicated to building readily usable blockchain-powered services, Klaytn is partnering with promising blockchain projects in various industry domains with massive global user base. More than a dozen of its partners that earlier joined Klaytn have already launched blockchain services, while others are set to open until early next year.
Operated by Korea’s art promotion initiative ARTWA Platform, STARTnet is a social commerce-based art platform committed to fostering new artists and innovating the art industry. It seeks to create a transparent art market by equipping the artists with the right to protect their own artworks. It also provides friendly art services and curations that anybody can enjoy.
Developed by Korea’s big data-based social media platform 0.8L, LITER will also be operated through Klaytn. By applying the blockchain-powered incentive mechanism to its over 600,000 existing global users, LITER will offer fair rewards for reviews of the products and services.
GoodMorning is a marketing and data distribution platform that adds commercial value and creates trust index to various information and social networks owned by individual users.
A blockchain-based logistics service, Dkargo has also released its plan to collaborate with Klaytn. By incorporating new mobility services beyond the existing freight transport,
Dkargo seeks to create an efficient network and expand the entire logistics industry.
Other notable industry partners include LOON, the blockchain-based healthcare service focused on women’s physiological health; Monopoly, the platform that provides investment information for collectibles market including art, wine, and jewelry; Spl.yt, the decentralized e-commerce protocol for global inventory and affiliate marketing system across marketplaces; and, TUNE Token, the smart contract design service for the U.S.-based award-winning music platform Cre8tor.app, which rewards all stakeholders in the creation and distribution of music while providing a transparent royalty system.
“Klaytn is partnering with successful firms that have developed and operated services accruing millions of users, and the collaboration will contribute to building a user-friendly blockchain service,” said Jason Han, the CEO of Ground X, heading the development and operation of Klaytn. He added, “Together with service partners, Klaytn will take the blockchain industry to the next level by focusing on creating meaningful real use-cases, which stands as the next key challenge in our industry.”
Klaytn is a global public blockchain platform developed by Ground X, the blockchain subsidiary of the leading South Korean Internet company, Kakao.