Contribution to the company


Consensus policies are defined for validation of included data and integrity detection policies for data already recorded in the Blockchain. The data is immutable, the transactions are stored in blocks with their cryptographic function or hash and each block is chained to the previous full block, creating a chain of data, which has historical dependence.

Distributed Registration

There is no centralised management, network and data are distributed across multiple nodes sharing the same information, where participants can transparently and quickly access all made transactions. There is no single failure point.

Integrity and Transparency

Transactions are recorded in physically independent data blocks, that are related to the preceding one by including the preceding block’s hash among it’s data. A block cannot be added, modified or deleted without it changing the hash, and thus, network users can read and record content, but cannot alter what someone else has previously recorded.

Audit and Traceability

The information is common to all participants, and any new data added is instantly shared with all network nodes. Accessibility from each local node to the whole of transactions made, which are synchronized to all nodes in the network,  allows for real-time auditing.

Smart Contracts

The "Smart Contract" is a piece of software that runs automatically and simultaneously on all network nodes in the Blockchain, containing the pre-established conditions to be fulfilled, agreed upon by all the parties involved, and that guarantees the fulfilment of the agreements between the parties.


The automatic validation of the fulfillment of aggreements without involvement of third parties thanks to the Smart contracts, added to the fact that the documents and details of the transaction are supported on the blockchain, makes the process more efficient due to the significant reduction of human errors and the shorter verification and validation times.

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Right Steps
Key to Success

The first step to a successful blockchain implementation is to identify the most relevant use case that meets the following criteria:


  • The theoretical advantages are reflected in the use case
  • Participants and assets to be exchanged are defined
  • Transactions and rules to be followed are defined
  • Functioning of the Smart Contract is clearly defined

Choosing the blockchain typology and platform that best suits the nature of the business, its needs and both the organisational and budgetary objectives, specific requirements, etc.


Identifying the basic functionality and minimum integrations that make up a minimum viable product.

Undertake an initial Proof of Concept, before creating the definitive ecosystem that will take the identified use case to the field.  


Verification and validation by all participants that the result obtained solves the initial need, meeting the objectives set at a reduced cost.

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