A smartphone app with donation functionality is intended to help children and young people in need. Arup is taking on the project management and blockchain consulting for the product development.
Berlin-based KARUNA Sozialgenossenschaft eG is planning to equip its app, the MOKLI help finder, with a digital wallet. This enables the needy, without a bank account and without registration, to dispose of donations for specific aid offers and is the first time that blockchain technology is being used in Germany for the development of an emergency aid platform. It should offer maximum security and transparency. The international engineering and consulting company Arup is responsible for project management and blockchain consulting for the app development.