With Datarella, we have been building software, tools, and applications for Web3 since 2015. Our first truly global project has been the Building Blocks application which enables users to securely pay with their smartphones in refugee camps. We‘ve developed Track & Trust, a tracking solution for humanitarian aid logistics that leverages satellite communication. In the […]

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The German Environment Agency (UBA) commissioned the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center, Capgemini and Datarella to elaborate a feasibility study on the use of DLT in today’s emissions trading registries. Datarella is happy to announce its successful completion. The aim was to evaluate whether the DLT is suited to efficiently represent the current European emissions trading […]

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Since 2015, Datarella has been active in building enterprise blockchain solutions in the humanitarian sector, in the fields of supply chain and mobility, and in finance and real estate. Leveraging combined resources from Munich, Germany, and its Gdansk, Poland, Baltic Data Science team, has allowed for highly agile, interdisciplinary teamwork which has been a significant […]

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We are proud to announce that Datarella, WERTGRUND and Hammer have established the Munich-based PropTech Joint Venture RAAY Real Estate. Our objective is to develop and sell blockchain-based products and services to the real estate industry.  RAAY Real Estate, a 33/33/33 Joint Venture between Datarella, WERTGRUND and Hammer is headquartered in Munich, Germany. Through this partnership, the […]

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Today, we have launched our new Datarella website. Over the course of several months, we discussed how to re-fresh or re-build our existing standard WordPress template which was more text-heavy than eye-catching. In some conversations, we realised that not only our grandmas had their issues with understanding what Datarella actually offers, but also some potential […]

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Over the weekend of 20-22 July, heavy rain poured on the streets of Munich. Which did not prevent 20,000 people to demonstrate against xenophobia at Königsplatz, also went more or less unnotced by the 150 participants of the BlockchainedMobility hackathon who met to create blockchain-based mobility solutions.  Hacker teams of leading European mobility players, such […]

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We always take a little time in the very first days of a year to define Datarella’s main goals for this year. This time it was a pleasant task since 2015 went very well for Datarella: we achieved most of our goals and we could start without any legacy issues. So, what to expect from […]

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