Empowering business transparency with the tools of blockchain technology.
The private sector has the power to impact modern slavery and create industry wide changes but faces barriers. Diginex & the Mekong Club are combining forces to build technology to help tackle the lack of trust, transparency and security.
How It Works
Contract copies stored on the blockchain cannot be altered or destroyed.
Employment contract copies that are stored on the blockchain are secured using a private personal key, offering unprecedented levels of security for the worker.
eMin anonymises all data, and with permission, can perform periodical surveys to audit for any abnormalities or agreement breaches.
Useful data can be anonymised and collated, like information on migration trends, average costs for worker movement, and industry demographics.
Employer scans contract using eMin Employer application
Employee approves contract and contract terms using eMin Employee application
Contract and contract terms are stored immutably, with proof of agreement written to the Ethereum blockchain
Data from the eMin app is anonymised and collated into a data aggregation tool to give organisations a tailored and comprehensive view of their supply chain’s workforce. Data sharing is controlled through blockchain technology and permissioning:
- Data is only viewable by people with the right permission
- Migrant workers own their data
- Combines with public data from reputable organisations
eMin will be taken to the field for our first pilot in Q1 2019, collaborating with our local partners in South East Asia. The pilots are essential for improving the design, user experience and implementation of eMin. We will be launching additional pilots across Asia in Q1 2019.
White Paper Released
Prototype A released
Industry consultation round 1
Prototype B released
Industry consultation round 2
MOU signed with Verifik8
Pilot in Thailand
Begin Stage Four