A powerful platform for digital innovation.
Blockpool makes it simple for you to harness blockchain technology and do revolutionary things with digital currencies, smart contracts, data provenance, transparency and more.

Start thinking radically.

Our proven, specialist API gives you the power to harness the exciting possibilities of blockchain and distributed ledger technology.

We offer a bespoke consultancy service that provides the tools you need to craft tailored, decentralized solutions for any industry and use case.

A tried and tested API.

Much of the blockchain framework code is open source, but it’s how you use it that counts. Our flexible API, custom code, and consulting services unlock its true value. We can help you create brand-new private blockchains or integrate your legacy systems with a robust public blockchain.

Here's are some of the ways we can help you make a real world impact:

  • Create digital tokens (cryptocurrencies) to reward and engage users/fans.
  • Track written contracts.
  • Track licensing, copyright and collection for music, writing or intellectual property.
  • Provide trusted provenance for art, antiques and limited editions.
  • Prove ethical provenance of ingredients or sources.
  • Improve virtually any decentralized application.

Our payment plans are just as flexible too. We offer both plug-in-based / licensing-based solutions and transaction-fee models as we know how important it is for you to be able to accurately budget for your project.

How does blockchain work?

Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) are much bigger than just cryptocurrency – they provide new ways of storing, maintaining, and accessing data that have revolutionary implications in a number of industries.

A distributed ledger is a database that is collectively maintained and synchronized by a network of different computers referred to as “nodes”. Each node individually maintains a complete record of the database. Through a majority voting mechanism known as “consensus”, nodes validate data with one another via comparison. Consensus is achieved when the majority of nodes – at least 51% - agree on the correct version of events.

A blockchain is the mechanism or set of rules by which nodes come to agreement about the correct version of events tracked in a distributed ledger.

Its power is that it can give you permissioned or un-permissioned databases that aren’t fixed to one location - blockchain solutions exist in thousands of places at once, making them much harder to hack and inherently more robust. They also provide a clean paper trail of events, which are tracked automatically.

Blockchain solutions are faster, more secure and more efficient. Music to the ears of anyone who’s striving to improve security, build trust or create smoother workflows.

Harvard Business Review 2016
“The technology most likely to change the next decade of business is not the social web, big data, the cloud, robotics or even artificial intelligence. It’s the blockchain, the technology behind digital currencies like Bitcoin.”