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BelYo, India’s first Covid-19 blockchain platform goes live

Global blockchain start-up BelfricsBT, along with YoSync, a startup incubated at IIITB-IMACX Studios, has signed a research collaboration in agreement with IIIT Bangalore to jointly develop India’s first COVID-19 blockchain platform, BelYo. The project has been funded by the Mphasis F1 Foundation as a part of their larger outreach programme to tackle the pandemic in India.

India’s first-ever COVID-19 blockchain platform – BelYo launched

Global blockchain start-up BelfricsBT, along with YoSync, a startup incubated at IIITB-IMACX Studios, has signed a research collaboration in agreement with IIIT Bangalore to jointly develop India’s first COVID-19 blockchain platform, BelYo.

BelYo, India’s first Covid-19 blockchain platform goes live

BelfricsBT, a global blockchain start-up, along with YoSync, a start-up incubated at IIITB-IMACX Studios, signed a research collaboration agreement with IIIT Bangalore to jointly develop BelYo, the country’s first Covid-19 blockchain platform.

COVID-19 tracking blockchain platform launched

BelYo uses the BelfricsBT Belrium blockchain platform to convert COVID-19 related clinical and vaccination data of citizens currently from the physical form into digital assets which can be retrieved by any contact tracing apps like Aarogya Setu via APIs.

Now a blockchain platform to digitise COVID-19 patient data

Prof S Sadagopan, Director-IIIT, Bengaluru said BelYo would be able to simplify the tracking of all the COVID-19 patients in India – from symptoms to vaccination certificate in a decentralised manner, without compromising on the privacy of the data

India’s First Ever Covid-19 Tracking Blockchain Platform & More

Covid-19 tracking blockchain platform BeiYo can be integrated with Aarogya Setu. The blockchain-powered platform can be used issue certificates for Covid-19 clinical records and immunisation certificates on blockchain at a cost price of INR 20

BelYo: Here’s all you need to know about India’s first COVID-19 blockchain platform

In a major development, Global blockchain start-up BelfricsBT, along with YoSync, has signed a research collaboration with IIIT Bangalore to develop India’s first COVID-19 blockchain platform, BelYo.

COVID-19 Tracking Blockchain Platform Launched

BelYo utilizes the BelfricsBT Belrium blockchain platform to transform COVID-19 related clinical and vaccination data of citizens recently from the physical form into digital assets, which can be reclaimed by any contact tracing apps such as Aarogya Setu through APIs. Individuals can scan and retrieve data by a QR code.

Why is Healthcare Not Jumping on to the AI Bandwagon?

According to the report, the blockchain named BelYo uses BelfricsBT blockchain platform in order to convert Covid-19 related clinical and vaccination data of people into digital assets that can then be retrieved by contact tracing apps via APIs. Even individuals can get access to the data through a QR code scanning process. 

Blockchain startups BelfricsBT, YoSync partner with IIIT-B to launch Covid-19 tracking platform

Bengaluru based blockchain startups BelfricsBT and YoSync have signed a research agreement with the International Institute of Information Technology Bengaluru (IIIT-B) to launch a Covid-19 tracking platform called BeIYo.

COVID-19 monitoring blockchain platform launched

BelYo makes use of the BelfricsBT Belrium blockchain platform to transform COVID-19 associated scientific and vaccination knowledge of residents at the moment from the bodily kind into digital property which might be retrieved by any contact tracing apps like Aarogya Setu through APIs. People can scan and retrieve knowledge by means of a QR code.

India’a 1st Blockchain Platform to Digitize COVID-19 Records & Data Goes Live

BelfricsBT, a Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-headquartered global blockchain startup, along with YoSync, a startup incubated at IIITB-IMACX Studios, has signed a research collaboration in agreement with International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore (IIIT Bangalore) to jointly develop India’s first COVID-19 blockchain platform, BelYo.

BelYo, India’s first COVID-19 blockchain platform, goes live.

It will convert the clinical and vaccination data of citizens from physical to digital formats. IIT-Bangalore, BelfricsBT and YoSync to collaborate for the venture. The digital data can be retrieved by contact tracing apps like Aarogya Setu. BelYo aims to reach out to 700 govt labs and 270 private labs by next month

BelfricsBT Launches COVID-19 blockchain platform – BelYo in India

Over 90% of Indians have their medical records only in the physical form. The covid19 Pandemic has shown that it has become imperative for individuals to digitise their medical records for future use.

Blockchain This Week: India’s First Ever Covid-19 Tracking Blockchain Platform

Covid-19 tracking blockchain platform BeiYo can be integrated with Aarogya Setu. The blockchain-powered platform can be used issue certificates for Covid-19 clinical records and immunisation certificates on blockchain at a cost price of INR 20.

Mphasis CSR arm funds India’s first COVID-19 Blockchain Platform

YoSync, a startup incubated at IIITB-IMACX Studios, signed a research collaboration in agreement with IIIT Bangalore, to partner with BelfricsBT, a Malaysian based blockchain startup. The partnership is aimed at jointly developing a blockchain platform for COVID-19. 

BelYo: Blockchain wala Arogya Setu?

In a bid to tackle Covid-19 pandemic in India, an IIITB-IMACX Studios incubated startup YoSync has partnered with Malaysia based global blockchain company BelfricsBT, where it has developed blockchain-powered Covid-19 tracking platform called ‘BelYo’ in collaboration with Indian Institute of Information Technology Bangalore (IIIT-B) and funded by Mphasis F1 Foundation.

YoSync Collaborates with IIIT Bangalore to Launch India’s First-Ever COVID-19 Blockchain Platform, BelYo

YoSync, a startup incubated at IIITB-IMACX Studios, signed a research collaboration in agreement with IIIT Bangalore, to partner with BelfricsBT, a Malaysian based blockchain startup. The partnership is aimed at jointly developing a blockchain platform for COVID-19. The project has been funded by Mphasis’ CSR arm, the Mphasis F1 Foundation, as part of their larger outreach programme to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic in India.

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