COVID-19: Our Response

2030 Group solves real world problems and the Coronavirus is one of the biggest problems facing the world today

Being part of the global response to COVID-19

2030 Group focuses on solving real world problems and the Coronavirus is one of the biggest problems facing the world today.

Distributed ledger technology is the only architectural approach on the market today which provides the tools Governments and Healthcare companies require to collect the trusted data needed to manage a pandemic, whilst protecting populations from digital fraud and data abuse.

Our identity tech specialist, IDWorks, has created a decentralised identity solution which they are tailoring for different certified health authorities around the world to issue digital certificates for COVID-19 test results, as well as other government-mandated certifiable elements that may be required in the post-COVID world.

Helping people return to work and economies reopen.

Supporting businesses in navigating the next normal

As the reopening of economies slowly continues around the world, it is already clear that as well as serious implications for people’s health and healthcare services, COVID-19 is having a significant impact on businesses and global economies.

2030 Group is working closely with organisations to help them assess, prepare and respond to the changed world we find ourselves in.

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COVID-19 related content

Governments urgently need to invest in blockchain to protect the economy as COVID-19 vaccines roll-out

Data is vital in a crisis. We need data to track and trace infections, manage healthcare supply chains and help protect our economies from sustained damage through potentially avoidable lockdowns and restrictions. But how can we balance data and patient privacy? Blockchain. Specifically, decentralised identity.

A new way hotels can unlock capital and survive the global travel crisis

Whilst the outlook for the hotel industry in 2021 is looking challenging. We explain why those who use the global health crisis to rethink their business models and embrace the powerful potential of innovative technology, 2021 could be transformative.

How blockchain can transform Government response to health pandemics

As Governments and healthcare professionals around the world grapple with how to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, Louisa Bartoszek discusses how blockchain technology can help.