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IndustryBlockchain Software Services
Key people
Ravi Jagannathan, Venkatraman Viravanallur

Krypc is a blockchain software company founded in 2016, based in Bangalore.[1][2] Krypc has offices in India, Netherlands and United States.[3]


KrypC has partnered with IBM and Microsoft for blockchain applications and smart contracts.[4][5] The company uses Hyperledger, Multichain and ethereum as technology platforms. KrypC has multiple patents in the areas of mobile wallet, digital currency, security and payments solution.[6][7]


KrypC recently released KrypCore, the MVP version of their middleware platform that addresses the threads of enterprise resistance to blockchain, using which enterprises can create custom-built blockchain.[8]


  • Microsoft Global Accelerator: KrypC was selected as Blockchain Venture under Microsoft Global Accelerator programme[9]
  • KrypC was part of IBM’s smart camp program[10]
  • Multichain: KrypC Technologies is a Multichain Platform Partner[11]
  • Hyperledger: KrypC is a general member of Hyperledger Open source community[12]
  • Tech-30: KrypC was recognized as one of India’s most promising Technologies Ventures
  • The Hague Security Delta: In 2017, KrypC Technologies became member of The Hague Security Delta - Netherlands[13]

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  1. ^ "KrypC: Blockchain riders". LiveMint.
  2. ^ "These startups are demystifying blockchain". TimesOfIndia.
  3. ^ "Blockchain Platform Provider KrypC Technologies Opens European Office in The Hague". InvestInHolland.
  4. ^ "ThinkNext 2018: Microsoft Accelerator Partners With Accenture Ventures". Inc42.
  5. ^ "IBM GEP Case Studies: KrypC". IBM.
  6. ^ "Indian blockchain startups". Inc42.
  7. ^ "MS Accelerator partners Accenture to widen scope for its portfolio startups". MoneyControl.
  8. ^ "Startup KrypC Plans To Secure IoT Devices". MarketExclusive.
  9. ^ "Microsoft Accelerator launches its 11th cohort". TimesOfIndia.
  10. ^ "Meet The Top 10 Finalists For IBM Smartcamp For Deeptech". Inc42.
  11. ^ "First MultiChain Partners Announced". Multichain.
  12. ^ "". Hyperledger. External link in |title= (help)
  13. ^ "Indian Companies E2Labs and KrypC Opened New Office in The Hague". HSD.