What we do
Minespider is a blockchain-based traceability platform, helping actors in the raw material supply chain capture and share their sustainability data in digital Product Passports that distinguish their products in the market.
Companies can upload important data such as carbon emissions or responsibility audits to the blockchain, and then link it to their products with a QR code. This helps buyers to know where their raw materials come from and under what conditions they have been produced.
Minsur, the world’s second largest tin producer, and Minespider to expand collaboration
Minespider is a part of the Raw Material Radar Consortium
The EU-funded project Recirculate to create new business models for repair, reuse, and recycling of second-life batteries
Minespider to disrupt the EV battery market with the first advanced Open Battery Passport
Brazilian Fênix DTVM to Ensure 100% of their Gold is fully traced on Minespider by the end of 2023
Minespider to collaborate with industry leaders on future mobility solutions
Sud South and Minespider to Implement Traceability Solution for Copper and Cobalt in DRC’s Lualaba Province.
European Commission Finances a €10 Million Project to Create a New Process for Recovering Critical Raw Materials from Electric Vehicle Batteries.
Mineral marketplace Minery to integrate Minespider's blockchain traceability.
LuNa Smelter partners with Minespider, Google, and the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum, and Gas Board to pilot the OreSource blockchain tool in Rwanda.
Minespider awarded EIT Raw Materials Grant to develop a responsible minerals compliance tool.
Minespider raises €2.8 million to continue developing their open blockchain protocol for supply chain tracking.
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