Case Studies

Harmony Team continues to obsess over customer’s use cases and build the network effect of our ecosystem.

Our official partner Lympo incentivizes healthy lifestyle and corporate fitness with reward tokens. They are fully integrated with Samsung Wallet; they have hundred thousands of users and millions of exercise challenges completed.

There are 140M profiles for mobile fitness alone. Lympo’s reward tokens will be exclusively built on Harmony and our data-sharing marketplace.

We also announced Harmony’s $8M joint acquisition with Animoca of Quidd.

Collectibles and digital assets are the best way to jumpstart bringing values to Harmony network. There are millions of fans and creativity in each community such as Marvel and Game of Thrones.

Quidd is a marketplace for collectibles. It has 6.8 millions of users and 2 billions of licensed items. Quidd has already achieved $10M user purchases and averaged 6 transactions/sec.

To enable easy migration and quick adoption, we are excited to work with Carbon as our official partner for fiat integration.

With Carbon, Harmony dApps can enable any purchases in ONE tokens using Apple Pay and credit cards in a few lines of code. The user experience is a flawless and painless fiat on-ramp that can easily be done under a minute.

Stablecoins are cornerstone to any financial applications on crypto. Carbon is helping issue a FDIC-insured stablecoin native on Harmony.

Our goal is to decentralize world’s financial infrastructures. We’re experimenting with cross-border payments and undercollateralized lending with alternative credit data.

The future of privacy is already here but unevenly distributed.

A fellow project, Findora, invents the memorable term auditable privacy for everyone to understand data sovereignty in terms of consumer’s rights vs business uses.

One example is a short computer proof that does not reveal your account books but guarantees your solvency to repay loans.

Another example is a single private key with multiple public keys that unlock different capacities such as audits and authorization.

Like other sufficiently advanced technologies, these primitives feel like magic but are already being demonstrated in practice.

Like Moore’s Law for transistor density, the algorithmic complexities and prototype speeds of these privacy technologies are improving by the month.

The market timing fits perfectly for Harmony’s approach of engineering for production.