peaq partners with The Airwaive Project, a platform that enables users to set up their own broadband networks to give their local communities access to the Web, to enable connectivity is the developing world.
peaq partners with Ocean Protocol, linking the Web3 Economy of Things running on peaq with Ocean's decentralized data marketplace and unlocking new data monetization tools for the peaq community.
peaq partners with Crust Network, a Web3 data storage protocol, bringing the peaq community a robust toolset for distributed peer-to-peer data storage for NFTs, decentralized applications, and more.
peaq has partnered with OnFinality, a multichain blockchain infrastructure provider, and joined its on-demand node service marketplace, which enables anyone to set up a peaq node within just a few clicks.
peaq Foundation unveils its Ecosystem Grant Program designed to support builders working on the Economy of Things on peaq and connect them with the leading investment firms in Web3.
peaq partners with Datarella to work on enabling Web3 applications for mobility and data sharing space. The partnership builds on the existing collaboartion withing the Gaia-X 4FM moveID project.
Collaborating within the Gaia-X consortium group, peaq and deltaDAO AG announce a partnership focusing on the data component of the Economy of Things and mobility-oriented use cases.
With thousands of active blockchain networks in the crypto sphere, it can be a challenge to choose where to set up shop. Not for us. Here’s why we chose to build the Economy of Things on Polkadot.
From native Web3 interoperability to a robust set of standards and a harmonic economic incentivization model, peaq brings a vast array of features to the table as the foundation for the Economy of Things.
peaq teams up with top IoT and mobility enterprises as well as leading Web3 projects to build the digital foundation for the future of mobility as part of the Gaia-X 4FM moveID project.
peaq launches the peaq app, a one-stop hub where peaq token holders will be able to earn rewards on the Economy of Things, take part in network governance, and move their tokens between different blockchains.
peaq's Agung testnet is now live on AllianceBlock's Fundrs dApp for cross-chain peer-to-peer fundraising, with the integration set to be expanded to peaq's other chains as they go live.
A group of four Technical University of Munich students builds a prototype of a decentralized parking space marketplace on top of peaq as part of a project with assistance from fortiss.
peaq unveils the first version of its peaq pay function -- the third of its three core functionalities, which will enable all Economy of Things participants to engage in secure transactions on its network.
peaq adds the MOBI VID standard to its technology offering, enabling vehicles and connected devices to better interact and transact with each other - Renault, Ford and BMW use MOBI
Peaq joins Parity’s Substrate Builders Program, securing its rich technical, community, ecosystem, strategy, and community funding support to expand its ecosytem, attracting new users and innovators.
The peaq team is excited to share that peaq scan, the first open-source blockchain explorer built on Substrate for the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem, is now available on peaq’s GitHub.
peaq attracts investment from Fundamental Labs, HashKey, Delta VC, GSR, Cypher Capital and others, furthering its mission to provide the digital infrastructure for the new machine economy.
Atlas Technology Group will provide long-term ecosystem support for peaq. The partnership with Atlas Technology Group will support projects and dApps choosing to build in the peaq ecosystem.
Annoucing our partnership with Subsquid, a blockchain data processing solution that empowers Web3 builders and analysts with its development framework for robust, natively multichain APIs.
peaq will run for Polkadot Parachain. Bringing DeFi to the Machine Economy on Polkadot. What does it mean for the Polkadot ecosystem? peaq leverages what Web3 is all about — decentralized ownership
What dApps can you build on peaq today? Machines exist in four key domains, land, sea, sky and space. On peaq’s Web3 infrastructure today instead of centralised infrastructure. Just type in ‘taxi’ for example
Why the Machine Economy must be built on Web3. How many jobs have machines already taken? How many of jobs will machines be doing by 2030? Web3 allows us to build open, transparent, democratic
You can now check out our public testnet using the ink! and EVM explorers, explore the machine ID and access functions and run a node - and you'll soon be able to claim your tokens.
The peaq network now supports ink! and Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) smart contracts, allowing developers to write smart contracts in the Rust and Solidity programming languages.
peaq access is one of three core functions we're open sourcing for dApp developers. It enables machines and individuals to grant and revoke access to each other on a peer-to-peer basis.
peaq has partnered with AllianceBlock. The integration of AllianceBlock’s DeFi product suite will bring enhanced scalability, interoperability and asset transferability to peaq’s Web3 network.
peaq won the 2021 Breakthrough Award in the e-Mobility category for the decentralized Electric Vehicle Charging app, which will allow any car to charge at any charging station on the peaq network.
peaq’s path to powering the Web3 Economy of Things A short overview of the milestones ahead. we’re going to touch upon the most important milestones on our journey to powering the Web3 Economy of Things.
peaq ID is a Self-Sovereign Machine ID function which makes it possible for vehicles, machines and devices to identify themselves and be identified without relying on a centralized authority or third-party.
Self-Sovereign Machine Identity is the first building block of a decentralized machine economy. Giving them Self Sovereign Identities (SSIs) will allow them to do much, much more. Find out why
peaq has joined MOBI, the largest blockchain-focused mobility consortium which aims to build the new economy of movement by bringing together some the largest and most influential players in mobility.
Welcome to the peaq network Powering the Economy of Things. The Internet of Things was built on Web2. The world is shifting to Web3. What is the Internet of Things? How does Web2 limit the Internet of Things?
We touched on Machine NFTs when we unveiled the peaq network earlier this month. A Machine NFT is a non-fungible (unique) contract of ownership of a machine that anyone can independently verify.
Web3 has many aspects to it, but at its core is the return to decentralization as in Web1, the maintaining of the high functionality of Web2, and the addition of web-native value transaction and ownership.
Giving machines Self-Sovereign Identities (SSIs) allows machines, vehicles and devices to move, trade and interact with minimal friction in terms of time, security risk and costs.
The Decentralized Charging solution uses blockchain to solve e-mobility’s biggest bottleneck - range anxiety - by giving electric vehicles decentralized identity, access and payment abilities.
The main principle behind SSIs is that identity information and associated data should be more easily accessible, secure and private in the digital world as it is in the physical world.
If the Internet of Things refers to things becoming contextually aware and connected, then the Economy of Things refers to those devices now being able to autonomously monetise and trade the value they create.
peaq has successfully raised 2.5 million euro and announced plans for a token. Funds were raised from Scherzer & Co. AG, Werner Geissler former Vice-Chairman of Procter & Gamble and Meteoric VC.
peaq has joined Gaia-X, the European association for data and cloud as part of the GAIA-X 4 Future Mobility move ID Project which aims to bring cloud applications to autonomous and connected vehicles.
We're proud to announce that peaq is the first blockchain software development company to become an official member of the Verband der Automobilindustrie (German Automotive Industry Association).
The partnership focuses on securing the software supply chain in order to enable secure over-the-air (OTA) updates for connected vehicles and autonomous vehicles in the near future.
The partnership focuses on enabling machine-to-machine payments using traditional and fully regulated currencies by integrating CashOnLedger’s payment bridge with peaq’s Distributed Ledger Technology.
NTT Global Data Centers EMEA, FATH Mechatronics and peaq have successfully integrated an innovative access control solution for data centers. The solution combines FATH’s IoT hardware with peaq access control.
The partnership combines FATH Mechatronics’ IoT security hardware with peaq’s access control software to create a next-generation security solution which is ready to be integrated.
We’re excited to announce that we have signed an MoU with one of Germany’s leading car companies. The aim of the contract is to go into mass-production on a full-scale e-mobility platform.