What is blockchain?
Blockchain is a decentralized ledger that records data and transactions across multiple computers in a direct fashion and independently from any centralized authorities. All blocks are time-stamped and immutable.
What problems does it solve?
Transparency of supply chains, immutability of data, cost reduction for paperwork, elimination of transaction middlemen, control over contractors, investment attractiveness, and more.
What is Evercity Lab’s goal?
By combining the expertise of early blockchain technology adopters with traditional financial and legal practices, we develop Web 3 powered platforms and custom solutions that bring direct benefits to your business.
Raise trust and transparency
Improve transaction speed and efficiency
Increase security and avoid fraud
Minimize transaction costs
Broaden audience and increase turnover

Blockchain development services

We are building decentralized finance and Web3 solutions to raise your business value and reduce time to market.
Our expertise
We are an experienced technical team with profound knowledge of the crowdfunding market, impact investments, and venture capital markets. Evercity offers unique solutions combining blockchain development with VC/Fintech and legal expertise. Our team includes over twenty blockchain, UX/UI, and full-stack developers.
Custom development
From smart contracts to complex solutions: DAO, platforms, protocols
Enterprise tokenization platform solutions
Platforms for crowdfunding, crowdinvesting, p2p lending, and more
Security Token Offering (STO)
Setting up STOs, enabling creation, and issuance of tokens
Interoperability
Integration with the leading blockchain interoperability solutions
Corporate DAO
Transition to smart contracts and decentralized autonomous organisation governance
Digital Investment funds
Creation of digital investment
STO / IEO launchpads for exchanges
Turnkey solutions for the issuance and primary placement of digital assets
Impact and SDG management
Screening and tracking of social and environmental impacts
Digital investopedia
Blockchain explained
  • How blockchain works?
  • Blockchain is a series of data blocks - each an immutable record of data with a time-stamp on it - which are managed and processed by many computers at the same time, not by a centralized authority (e.g. bank, corporation, etc). These blocks are secured and connected with each other via cryptographic principles.
  • What does it mean in practice?
    • All historical data is immutable: it is stored on multiple computers and cannot be changed, which prevents fraudulent manipulations.
    • Transferring information and value from A to B in a fully secure and automated manner.
    • Significantly increased transparency.
    • Ability to track the goodwill of a partner/counterparty; that all commitments are fulfilled honestly and on time.
    • Eliminating middlemen to process transactions, which results in minimization of transaction costs and faster settlement.
  • I’m considering to apply blockchain to my business. Where should I start?
  • The best place to start is to address professionals in order to evaluate your business processes and potential of blockchain technology to optimize them.
    Evercity Lab offers free consultation to help you define the optimal solution for your business needs and benefits of blockchain implementation. Our team consists of finance, tech, VC, analytics experts that will help you explore the technology potential specially for your real life case.
  • How is Bitcoin different from blockchain?
  • Bitcoin is a digital currency, created in 2009 by a person under pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto. He is known as the “father” of blockchain, as Bitcoin operates on blockchain. However, the currency is only one small use case for the technology.
    The original purpose of Bitcoin was to create a currency which people could use to transfer value, not being controlled by any centralized authority, banks or governments. Payments via Bitcoin can be done in seconds from any part of the world to another, not being authorized by anybody.
    Bitcoin became notorious is media because people started to speculate on it on cryptocurrency exchanges, it showed fantastic returns and “dumps” (in December 2017 Bitcoin reached $20,000 per piece and then fell down to around $3000). However, the speculation around the use case of blockchain does not discredit the technology. On the contrary, it made many institutional players pay attention to blockchain and start exploring it.
  • How ICO's are different from blockchain?
  • Initial Exchange Offerings were created as a fundraising method for technological projects based on blockchain technology. Think about it as a crowdfunding, where investors in exchange of their funds received tokens - the core element for the functioning of blockchain. ICOs were designed this way: early investors can support a project they like and buy tokens, which can later be used to pay for the services of the application.
    However, ICOs were quickly misused. The public saw them as a method to raise fast and uncontrolled money. Tokens started to trade on cryptocurrency exchanges and show big (up to 1000% returns). So a lot of projects who don’t need blockchain for their services at all emerged, many fraudulent and scam projects. Investors lost money and trust in ICOs.
    But the blockchain technology started to find applications in traditional industries, making them more efficient and transparent, as well as fully compliant with existing regulations.
  • What business problems can blockchain solve?
  • Being a permissioned, permanent and shared record of data, blockchain provides a set of game-changing competitive advantages for a variety of industries. The use cases might vary from business to business, in general blockchain provides technological tools to:
    • Increased efficiency and security of business processes With all data immutable and stored in decentralized manner “on chain”, blockchain makes it impossible to change or conceal information, reducing the chances of fraud and dishonest behavior of market participants. All your legal documents will be safe, unalterable, impossible to lose or steal.
    • Increased transparency Blockchain can be used to track supply chains and easily find problem areas. Especially useful for corporations with multiple entities, factories or warehouses.
    • Easy and precise corporate governance By introducing DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) principles
  • In what Industries blockchain can be applied for best results?
  • Finance, logistics, biotech, food production, manufacturing and many others.
  • How blockchain is used in logistics?
  • Modern supply chains can consist up to dozens of steps and travel thousands of kilometers. Logistics are managed by multiple managers, dealing with loads of paper and digital documents. As the process gets more complicated, the transparency of communication suffers, and it is hard to track the real value of the product. On top of that, if a participant is suspected of fraudulent actions, violations are hard to detect.
    Blockchain allows to track full production and transporting history of items and products, providing full data transparency, reducing costs for paper records and eliminating the risk of falsification. The use cases for blockchain implementation into supply chain may vary depending on the business needs: from increasing environmental responsibility of suppliers and reducing carbon emissions throughout the whole supply chain, to compliance with legislation (e.g. in EU) on waste management, which is impossible to track without tracking the supply process. These ethical and practical standards are already set high by governments, markets and consumers, and blockchain helps to implement them on practice, increasing efficiency and loyalty.
  • Why blockchain is one of the top trends in energy field?
  • Industry leaders are turning their gaze to blockchain, as it is able to create a basis for decentralized system of energy supply. Due to the core features of the technology, it is able to drastically simplify the existing multilevel system that consists of energy producers, transmission networks operators, distribution networks operators and energy suppliers, as well as consumers and owners of renewable energy sources. At the same time, blockchain provides a tool to verify the energy efficiency.
    By enabling producers and consumers to interact directly and process transactions in the network, energy can become significantly cheaper. Eliminating middlemen is also especially relevant in the current context of debt growth for consumed energy resources. On top of that, distributed and cryptographically secure data storage is much safer that centralized storages.
    In October 2018 Estonia became the first country in the world to tokenize contracts for energy supply in order to increase consumption of clean energy.
  • What value blockchain brings for agriculture and food industries?
  • In current supply of agricultural produce, all financial and other supporting documentation has to be transferred together with shipment. Blockchain is able to act as a transparent and immutable database of food origin, shipment details, enhancing visibility and accountability on every step of the food supply: farmers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers. It is just as relevant for any supply chains, but ensuring high-quality and safety of food is extremely important.
    Blockchain provides opportunity to track the quality of produce on every step, which is especially important for international shipments. It can also be used to track carbon emissions and thereby increase loyalty of consumers.
  • What benefits can blockchain provide for pharmacy industry?
  • Pharmaceutical supply chains are among the fields where blockchain can be utilized for most benefit: being very complex with a large number of middlemen and stakeholders, traditional supply chains can’t guarantee product quality and authenticity. More than that, falsified drugs are a major problem. When it comes to pharmacy, human error, the lack of documentation and other issues can drastically affect both the manufacturer and the consumer.
    Implementation of distributed ledger technology in the pharmaceutical supply chain enables for:
    • Higher traceability
    • Higher security
    • Easier management: the entire process managed through one piece of software
  • What does blockchain give to international financial institutions?
    • Reduced costs
      By introducing the tools for direct communication and automated transactions between two parties, blockchain enables businesses to eliminate middlemen who bite off large commissions and thus to reduce costs and prices.
    • Wider outreach by providing new products to customers
      Blockchain can become a basis for new products that can integrate into your business and enhance the user experience and quality of offered products and solutions.
    • Marketing and PR benefits for innovative tech leadership in your field
      Implementing innovative technologies and becoming industry pioneers is a solid PR point, willingly used by major media.
  • How blockchain is changing fundraising markets?
  • In the first place, blockchain makes the funding process accessible from anywhere in the world, safe and 100% transparent, while also bringing in audience of crypto-users.
    Blockchain lies in the core of the new fundraising method - security token offering (STO), fully compliant with securities regulations, however introducing major benefits due unique features of the technology.
    Main benefits of an STO in comparison with traditional fundraising methods include the following:
    • Instant transactions and settlement of securities
    • Eliminating multiple intermediaries of financial markets
    • Liquidity for previously illiquid assets
    • Democratizing the market by allowing more retail investors to step in
    • Giving medium-sized venture-backed startups a fundraising alternative in between M&A/acquisitions and IPO
    • Allowing the issuers to remain in control of their project (unlike VC funding), while achieving scale in amounts raised.
    Right now, the entire infrastructure for blockchain-based fundraising is being created: issuance platforms, exchanges, custody, compliance, cap-table and other service providers form partnerships to create an industry that is going to be more efficient compared to traditional VC, equity and capital markets.
  • What is a stable coin and how it is implemented?
  • Stable coins are digital tokens, typically representing a fiat currency, designed to hold collateral of some type and manage the supply and guarantee fixed price of the coin. Thus, such mechanism enables for exploitation of main benefits of blockchain economy, without the risk of high volatility. Stablecoins have multiple use cases, including the new dimension of p2p lending, where parties don’t have to worry about high volatility and other currency risks.
    Stable coins are used both for public markets and in-house purposes in large institutions, for instance:
    • Behind publicly traded coins like Tether or TrueUSD, there is a reserve of actual dollars that are redeemable for tokens.
    • Financial giants such as JP Morgan use their own stable coin for instantaneous transfer of payments between institutional accounts, based on blockchain technology.
  • Why traditional crowdfunding platforms should move on blockchain?
  • Crowdfunding and crowdinvesting platforms have acted a major tech, impact, charity and art driver of our age. However, the bigger sums and numbers or projects get, the more stories of deceived investors emerge. The sector suffers from the lack of trust and control instruments over projects, as well as high transaction commissions and too many middlemen chopping off a significant amount of raised funds. That’s where blockchain enables crowdfunding to empower investors, giving them an opportunity to return their funds in case of failure, and to help decent projects get more money; at the same time introducing important innovations such as a framework for project impact measurement, trustless voting and revenue sharing.
    Crowdfunding and crowdinvesting platforms have acted a major tech, impact, charity and art driver of our age. However, the bigger sums and numbers or projects get, the more stories of deceived investors emerge. The sector suffers from the lack of trust and control instruments over projects, as well as high transaction commissions and too many middlemen chopping off a significant amount of raised funds. That’s where blockchain enables crowdfunding to empower investors, giving them an opportunity to return their funds in case of failure, and to help decent projects get more money; at the same time introducing important innovations such as a framework for project impact measurement, trustless voting and revenue sharing.
  • What are tokenization platforms and how do they work?
  • Tokenization platforms are essentially crowdfunding/crowdinvesting platforms, with a core difference that they are fully built on blockchain, and all the assets (equity, debt, others) are sold to investors in tokenized form. On such a platform an investor can choose a listed project to invest in, purchase security tokens of represented companies and receive a personal account where he can see and manage all his assets.
    Platform solutions of Evercity Lab include such features as the ability to accept funds in both fiat and cryptocurrencies, tackling volatility and other currency risks via stable coins and opportunity to sort investments by customized criteria.
    How blockchain works?
    Blockchain is a series of data blocks - each an immutable record of data with a time-stamp on it - which are managed and processed by many computers at the same time, not by a centralized authority (e.g. bank, corporation, etc). These blocks are secured and connected with each other via cryptographic principles.
    What does it mean in practice?
    • All historical data is immutable: it is stored on multiple computers and cannot be changed, which prevents fraudulent manipulations.
    • Transferring information and value from A to B in a fully secure and automated manner.
    • Significantly increased transparency.
    • Ability to track the goodwill of a partner/counterparty; that all commitments are fulfilled honestly and on time.
    • Eliminating middlemen to process transactions, which results in minimization of transaction costs and faster settlement.
    I’m considering to apply blockchain to my business. Where should I start?
    The best place to start is to address professionals in order to evaluate your business processes and potential of blockchain technology to optimize them.
    Evercity Lab offers free consultation to help you define the optimal solution for your business needs and benefits of blockchain implementation. Our team consists of finance, tech, VC, analytics experts that will help you explore the technology potential specially for your real life case.
    How is Bitcoin different from blockchain?
    Bitcoin is a digital currency, created in 2009 by a person under pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto. He is known as the “father” of blockchain, as Bitcoin operates on blockchain. However, the currency is only one small use case for the technology.
    The original purpose of Bitcoin was to create a currency which people could use to transfer value, not being controlled by any centralized authority, banks or governments. Payments via Bitcoin can be done in seconds from any part of the world to another, not being authorized by anybody.
    Bitcoin became notorious is media because people started to speculate on it on cryptocurrency exchanges, it showed fantastic returns and “dumps” (in December 2017 Bitcoin reached $20,000 per piece and then fell down to around $3000). However, the speculation around the use case of blockchain does not discredit the technology. On the contrary, it made many institutional players pay attention to blockchain and start exploring it.
    How ICO's are different from blockchain?
    Initial Exchange Offerings were created as a fundraising method for technological projects based on blockchain technology. Think about it as a crowdfunding, where investors in exchange of their funds received tokens - the core element for the functioning of blockchain. ICOs were designed this way: early investors can support a project they like and buy tokens, which can later be used to pay for the services of the application.
    However, ICOs were quickly misused. The public saw them as a method to raise fast and uncontrolled money. Tokens started to trade on cryptocurrency exchanges and show big (up to 1000% returns). So a lot of projects who don’t need blockchain for their services at all emerged, many fraudulent and scam projects. Investors lost money and trust in ICOs.
    But the blockchain technology started to find applications in traditional industries, making them more efficient and transparent, as well as fully compliant with existing regulations.
    What business problems can blockchain solve?
    Being a permissioned, permanent and shared record of data, blockchain provides a set of game-changing competitive advantages for a variety of industries. The use cases might vary from business to business, in general blockchain provides technological tools to:
    • Increased efficiency and security of business processes With all data immutable and stored in decentralized manner “on chain”, blockchain makes it impossible to change or conceal information, reducing the chances of fraud and dishonest behavior of market participants. All your legal documents will be safe, unalterable, impossible to lose or steal.
    • Increased transparency Blockchain can be used to track supply chains and easily find problem areas. Especially useful for corporations with multiple entities, factories or warehouses.
    • Easy and precise corporate governance By introducing DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) principles
    In what Industries blockchain can be applied for best results?
    Finance, logistics, biotech, food production, manufacturing and many others.
    How blockchain is used in logistics?
    Modern supply chains can consist up to dozens of steps and travel thousands of kilometers. Logistics are managed by multiple managers, dealing with loads of paper and digital documents. As the process gets more complicated, the transparency of communication suffers, and it is hard to track the real value of the product. On top of that, if a participant is suspected of fraudulent actions, violations are hard to detect.
    Blockchain allows to track full production and transporting history of items and products, providing full data transparency, reducing costs for paper records and eliminating the risk of falsification. The use cases for blockchain implementation into supply chain may vary depending on the business needs: from increasing environmental responsibility of suppliers and reducing carbon emissions throughout the whole supply chain, to compliance with legislation (e.g. in EU) on waste management, which is impossible to track without tracking the supply process. These ethical and practical standards are already set high by governments, markets and consumers, and blockchain helps to implement them on practice, increasing efficiency and loyalty.
    Why blockchain is one of the top trends in energy field?
    Industry leaders are turning their gaze to blockchain, as it is able to create a basis for decentralized system of energy supply. Due to the core features of the technology, it is able to drastically simplify the existing multilevel system that consists of energy producers, transmission networks operators, distribution networks operators and energy suppliers, as well as consumers and owners of renewable energy sources. At the same time, blockchain provides a tool to verify the energy efficiency.
    By enabling producers and consumers to interact directly and process transactions in the network, energy can become significantly cheaper. Eliminating middlemen is also especially relevant in the current context of debt growth for consumed energy resources. On top of that, distributed and cryptographically secure data storage is much safer that centralized storages.
    In October 2018 Estonia became the first country in the world to tokenize contracts for energy supply in order to increase consumption of clean energy.
    What value blockchain brings for agriculture and food industries?
    In current supply of agricultural produce, all financial and other supporting documentation has to be transferred together with shipment. Blockchain is able to act as a transparent and immutable database of food origin, shipment details, enhancing visibility and accountability on every step of the food supply: farmers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers. It is just as relevant for any supply chains, but ensuring high-quality and safety of food is extremely important.
    Blockchain provides opportunity to track the quality of produce on every step, which is especially important for international shipments. It can also be used to track carbon emissions and thereby increase loyalty of consumers.
    What benefits can blockchain provide for pharmacy industry?
    Pharmaceutical supply chains are among the fields where blockchain can be utilized for most benefit: being very complex with a large number of middlemen and stakeholders, traditional supply chains can’t guarantee product quality and authenticity. More than that, falsified drugs are a major problem. When it comes to pharmacy, human error, the lack of documentation and other issues can drastically affect both the manufacturer and the consumer.
    Implementation of distributed ledger technology in the pharmaceutical supply chain enables for:
    • Higher traceability
    • Higher security
    • Easier management: the entire process managed through one piece of software
    What does blockchain give to international financial institutions?
    • Reduced costs
      By introducing the tools for direct communication and automated transactions between two parties, blockchain enables businesses to eliminate middlemen who bite off large commissions and thus to reduce costs and prices.
    • Wider outreach by providing new products to customers
      Blockchain can become a basis for new products that can integrate into your business and enhance the user experience and quality of offered products and solutions.
    • Marketing and PR benefits for innovative tech leadership in your field
      Implementing innovative technologies and becoming industry pioneers is a solid PR point, willingly used by major media.
    How blockchain is changing fundraising markets?
    In the first place, blockchain makes the funding process accessible from anywhere in the world, safe and 100% transparent, while also bringing in audience of crypto-users.
    Blockchain lies in the core of the new fundraising method - security token offering (STO), fully compliant with securities regulations, however introducing major benefits due unique features of the technology.
    Main benefits of an STO in comparison with traditional fundraising methods include the following:
    • Instant transactions and settlement of securities
    • Eliminating multiple intermediaries of financial markets
    • Liquidity for previously illiquid assets
    • Democratizing the market by allowing more retail investors to step in
    • Giving medium-sized venture-backed startups a fundraising alternative in between M&A/acquisitions and IPO
    • Allowing the issuers to remain in control of their project (unlike VC funding), while achieving scale in amounts raised.
    Right now, the entire infrastructure for blockchain-based fundraising is being created: issuance platforms, exchanges, custody, compliance, cap-table and other service providers form partnerships to create an industry that is going to be more efficient compared to traditional VC, equity and capital markets.
    What is a stable coin and how it is implemented?
    Stable coins are digital tokens, typically representing a fiat currency, designed to hold collateral of some type and manage the supply and guarantee fixed price of the coin. Thus, such mechanism enables for exploitation of main benefits of blockchain economy, without the risk of high volatility. Stablecoins have multiple use cases, including the new dimension of p2p lending, where parties don’t have to worry about high volatility and other currency risks.
    Stable coins are used both for public markets and in-house purposes in large institutions, for instance:
    • Behind publicly traded coins like Tether or TrueUSD, there is a reserve of actual dollars that are redeemable for tokens.
    • Financial giants such as JP Morgan use their own stable coin for instantaneous transfer of payments between institutional accounts, based on blockchain technology.
    Why traditional crowdfunding platforms should move on blockchain?
    Crowdfunding and crowdinvesting platforms have acted a major tech, impact, charity and art driver of our age. However, the bigger sums and numbers or projects get, the more stories of deceived investors emerge. The sector suffers from the lack of trust and control instruments over projects, as well as high transaction commissions and too many middlemen chopping off a significant amount of raised funds. That’s where blockchain enables crowdfunding to empower investors, giving them an opportunity to return their funds in case of failure, and to help decent projects get more money; at the same time introducing important innovations such as a framework for project impact measurement, trustless voting and revenue sharing.
    Crowdfunding and crowdinvesting giants such as IndieGoGo and StartEngine have already started to implement blockchain into their services.
    What are tokenization platforms and how do they work?
    Tokenization platforms are essentially crowdfunding/crowdinvesting platforms, with a core difference that they are fully built on blockchain, and all the assets (equity, debt, others) are sold to investors in tokenized form. On such a platform an investor can choose a listed project to invest in, purchase security tokens of represented companies and receive a personal account where he can see and manage all his assets.
    Platform solutions of Evercity Lab include such features as the ability to accept funds in both fiat and cryptocurrencies, tackling volatility and other currency risks via stable coins and opportunity to sort investments by customized criteria.
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    DAO IPCI
    DAO IPCI provides universal public blockchain infrastructure for carbon markets, green bonds, renewable energy credits, and other environmental market assets, rights and liabilities. We aim at uniting fragmented green finance markets into a global ecosystem, therefore making them more accessible, efficient, and transparent. DAO IPCI is seen as pioneering the world’s first carbon credit transactions in a blockchain.
    Security Token Accelerator
    Security Token Accelerator is a new generation issuance platform that solves the main disadvantages of similar projects, such as the lack of clear market and regional focus, insufficient attention to investor protections, further project reporting, and the inability for investors to recover funds in the case of a project failure.
    Why Evercity Lab?
    Our team combines early blockchain pioneers with finance, VC and legal expertse:
    • Guaranteed growth in a business' value following blockchain adoption
    • Fast deployment with our homegrown white-label platform solutions
    • Cutting-edge, cost-effective, and secure custom blockchain development
    • Tokenization services and DAO development for corporations and investment funds
    Team
    Igor Matyukhin
    Head of Evercity LAB
    DevOps at Parity and founder of Ethereum's Russian-language community. Member of the Russian State Duma's Financial Committee's Council on Legislative Provisioning in the Development of Financial Technologies in the Russian Federation. Crypto-enthusiast, expert in blockchain development, software & hardware projects, and IT team management.

    Alexey Shadrin
    Art director
    Blockchain, sustainability, and smart city expert. Serial entrepreneur and keynote speaker. Co-founder of DAO IPCI and CEO of the Russian Carbon Fund.

    Denis Soldatov
    Tech consultant
    DevOps at Parity and founder of Ethereum's Russian-language community. Member of the Russian State Duma's Financial Committee's Council on Legislative Provisioning in the Development of Financial Technologies in the Russian Federation. Crypto-enthusiast, expert in blockchain development, software & hardware projects, and IT team management.

    Olga
    Flink
    Project manager
    Twenty years of experience in innovative financial product development. COO in ID/23 and a former deputy director for Innovational Development at NFK Bank. MBA in financial management.

    Vladislav
    Starovoytov
    Head of R&D
    Industrial engineer with over seven years of work experience: MAEN LLC, Russian Carbon Fund, and Neftehimmash LLC

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