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The Aragon Network provides infrastructure and services to users of the Aragon platform, and is governed by ANT holders. The existing Aragon infrastructure enables users to create and manage organizations. Each Aragon organization exists as a set of smart contracts that define the organization's stakeholders and their associated rights and privileges. However, some rights and privileges require subjective constraints that cannot be encoded in a smart contract directly.

Main sectors: Governance; IT & Telecommunications

Main applications: Governance and voting; 
Payments/Financial Infrastructure; Regulatory;
Disintermediation and decentralized networks

Established in: 2016



Organisation: Aragon Association

Organisation type: Organizations (not companies) – NGO/non-profit

Founders: Luis Cuende, Co-Founder; Jorge Izquierdo, Co-Founder

Partners: Aragon One; Aragon Black; Autark

Country: Switzerland

City: Zug

Stage of project: Live

Geographical reach: International

DLT / Blockchain: Public – Ethereum

Other technologies: N/A






This project is part of the #DLT4Good Scanning. ‘#DLT4Good: Co-creating a European Ecosystem of Distributed Ledger Technologies for Social and Public Good’ is a forward-looking science for policy project supported by the European Parliament, and coordinated by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) in cooperation with the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG CONNECT). Learn more about #DLT4Good.