Introducing GemOS

We provide the basic infrastructure needed to access, query, program, record, and authenticate information on a blockchain.

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Features

Configuration

Connect to any Blockchain Network

Create flexible applications that can adapt to different protocols, like Ethereum, Hyperledger and more. Run blockchain nodes of varying sizes and functionality to fit your needs, as a validator or read-only participant. Additionally, you can connect to one or many protocols.

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Connect to any Data Store

Connect data sources from different systems, and register them on a common ledger. Create proofs-of-existence with verifiable integrity without surrendering custody of sensitive information.

Standardize Resource Representation

Attach identity registries for individuals, groups, and devices, and assign a universal blockchain IDs. Create entitlements for users and roles across the network and automatically enforce key-based authorization. Safeguard user access with industry-leading security based on PKI and hierarchical-deterministic (HD) identity trees. Integrate your organization's identity and permission schemas for mirrored functionality.

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Access Controls

Attach identity registries for individuals, groups, and devices, and assign a universal blockchain IDs. Create entitlements for users and roles across the network and automatically enforce key-based authorization. Safeguard user access with industry-leading security based on PKI and hierarchical-deterministic (HD) identity trees. Integrate your organization's identity and permission schemas for mirrored functionality.

Rest API

GemOS provides an abstracted blockchain network to manage the audibility of events that happen within a network. 

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Features

Unlocking Value

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Manage Documents, Identities, and Assets

GemOS provides an abstracted blockchain network to manage the audibility of events that happen within a network. 

Consent

GemOS provides an abstracted blockchain network to manage the audibility of events that happen within a network. 

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Associations

GemOS provides an abstracted blockchain network to manage the audibility of events that happen within a network. 

Transaction Visibility

GemOS provides an abstracted blockchain network to manage the audibility of events that happen within a network. 

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GemOS

Product Stack

GemOS is a full-stack blockchain identity platform that powers data-driven applications.

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Architecture

GemOS seeks to present a scalable,​ flexible,​ and extensible​ platform for building, deploying, and managing distributed applications. With these goals in mind, GemOS was designed based on few core principles:

Use well-defined and well-managed microservices to encapsulate functionality, isolate sensitive data, enable responsive and efficient scaling, and provide a framework for future improvements.

Speed matters, but so does ease. Favor event-driven architecture to construct fast, responsive systems, but provide support for alternate modes of operation.

Expose high-level abstractions of the foundational elements of distributed applications in a powerful, well-understood programming environment to simplify development of extensions, adapters, and applications.

Press

GemOS in the Press

May 22, 2017   |   International Business Times

Digital Currency Group launches blockchain accelerator DCG Connect with IBM, Amazon and Mastercard

Digital Currency Group (DCG) has launched its fourth subsidiary, DCG Connect, a membership-based organisation dedicated to helping enterprises accelerate from blockchain exploration to production. DCG Connect enlists a group of founding corporate members including IBM, Amazon Web Services (AWS), CME Group, Foxconn, Mastercard, New York Life, Prudential, and Transamerica.

DCG Connect will accelerate the deployment of blockchain technology across industries, and develop tools to help enterprise adopters successfully navigate the universe of blockchain service providers, said a statement.

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May 22, 2017   |   The Banks Report

Toyota’s Vision of How Blockchain Will Change the Auto Industry

Imagine a world where automotive vehicles are no longer depreciating assets, but are profit generating machines.

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May 20, 2017   |   International Business Times

Gem shows off first blockchain application for health claims

Los Angeles-based startup Gem has developed the first blockchain product for health claims management, which is being demonstrated at Consensus 2017, the main industry meet-up.

The Gem health claims solution takes aim at three of the toughest issues confronting the healthcare industry, said a release. The first is the lack of real-time transparency into health claims transactions involving providers and payers; then there is the amount of time it takes for providers to get paid for their service. Thirdly is the slow rate of provider reimbursements because of the time it takes to generate and deliver the patient’s Explanation of Benefits.

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May 14, 2017   |   Forbes

President Trump, Use ‘Something Old, New, Borrowed, And Blue’ To Fix Healthcare And #MAGA

There are four simple things that will lead America out of the Obamacare box. These clues are hidden in the old English folk rhyme about the charms for a bride to wear on her wedding day to bring good luck: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.”

Do Republican legislators wish to be able to again attend town hall meetings without meeting torch-and-pitchfork wielding constituents? Does President Trump wish to secure his re-election prospects? If so, take heed.

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May 1, 2017   |   CoinDesk

Trump’s Obamacare Overhaul Could Be Blockchain Adoption Catalyst

As pressure mounts on Republicans to overhaul the Affordable Care Act (ACA), blockchain advocates are hoping bullish modifications to the law could provide a springboard for the adoption of distributed ledger tech.

Since the 2009 passage of the ACA – colloquially known as ‘Obamacare‘ – the US healthcare system has continued to grapple with the escalating spending, inefficiencies and antiquated systems that prompted calls for reform in the first place.

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March 29, 2017   |   Healthcare Informatics

Top Ten Tech Trends 2017: Blockchain’s Promise Has Healthcare Innovators Eager

Across the healthcare ecosystem, IT leaders at patient care organizations are still grappling with the critical issues of seamlessly exchanging health data across systems and also being able to properly secure it. Indeed, although the healthcare industry is behind most other sectors when it comes to interoperability and security, newfound optimism has emerged in the form of a technology that potentially can help solve both of these challenges—blockchain.

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  • Micah Winklespecht
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March 24, 2017   |   Forbes

With Monsoons Of Data, Healthcare’s Salvation Just May Be Blockchain

Capital One worked with Gem (a company whose tagline is to make complex data sharing simple) in late 2016 to deliver a successful prototype of the full life cycle of a medical claim on the blockchain. “We believe this technology – combined with our client-centric approach to understanding our clients’ needs – will not only help healthcare providers and payers more efficiently and securely manage healthcare claims, but also could be applied to other aspects of the healthcare revenue cycle to overcome system interoperability challenges that have been an industry pain point for decades.” Patrick Moore, Executive Vice President and Head of Capital One’s Treasury Management’s Product Management group.

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January 6, 2017   |   9 Healthcare Predictions For 2017

9 Healthcare Predictions For 2017

Every year at Frost & Sullivan, the Transformational Health team brainstorm top predictions for the New Year to come. 2017 will definitely continue to be a year of tumultuous uncertainty and turbulence, but amidst this uncertainty we know for a fact that technology will continue to flourish and will have unprecedented impact on healthcare in terms of building some of the foundation blocks towards a connected home and healthcare ecosystem.

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  • GemOS
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Bitcoin Magazine’s Top 6 Business Stories of 2016

Bitcoin, digital currency and blockchain technology experienced another explosive year in 2016. While bitcoin breached the all-time high in USD market cap, several new digital currencies claimed a place in the spotlights as well, while the blockchain buzz arguably peaked it all.

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November 30, 2016   |   Why You Should Want To Work For Gem

Why You Should Want To Work For Gem

Today we are showcasing why you should want to work for Gem – a company that builds blockchain operating systems with projects in healthcare, supply chain management, and insurance.

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