At the core of your enterprise blockchain solutions

Why Corix

Corix gives you turnkey access to enterprise-grade blockchain technology, solution design, implementation, and post-project support


Solutions designed and implemented in weeks not years.


Our team of experts has designed and implemented some of the largest working solutions with millions of stakeholders.


We help support programs to educate the system users.


Our blockchain development experts can integrate into any ERP, BI, CBS, or corporate information system.


Building your own blockchain is time-consuming and complicated. Corix uses a hybrid private and public blockchain network built to scale and be customized for any enterprise.

Flexibility and productivity

  • Consensus algorithms that don’t require mining – PoS, PoA, CFT

  • Implementation of public, private and hybrid blockchain networks

  • The platform design allows creation of high-load, fault-tolerant industrial solutions with transaction speed up to 2000 TPS

  • Containerized smart contracts of any complexity, written in any programming language

Enterprise-grade approach

  • Off-the-peg solution, ready for integration with ERP, BI, CBS or any other corporate information system within corporate infrastructures

  • Diverse built-in tools for deployment, integration, debugging and monitoring

  • Detailed documentation

  • Full cycle of services: consulting, education, integration and premium support programs

Management and security

  • User-friendly client for management and monitoring of the network and smart contracts

  • Centralized control of access, roles, and permissions for users and blockchain network nodes

  • Confidential data exchange mode between authorized participants

  • Mainnet anchoring

Compliance with encryption standards

  • Modular encryption algorithms allow customers to meet the demands of national and corporate compliance

Blockchain Solutions

Blockchain gives immutable security to transactions businesses make every day, removing unnecessary intermediaries and increasing efficiency.

Case #01

Blockchain for ERP

Blockchain-based solution for a large industrial company. The solution collects and processes data on the history of goods’ location and transportation in the organization’s supply chain.

The system allows for automated tracking of:

  • Packages have not been lost in transit
  • The cargo has passed inspection control
  • Inspection control status at the production site.


IoT tags are installed on the cargo container and/or vehicle. These send real-time updates on the location and condition of the cargo and its status, and the location of the vehicle and container, in the form of transactions made directly to the blockchain network. Transactions are signed with the private keys of the IoT tags, which eliminates the possibility of data fraud. All of this information is visualized on the map. The IoT tag is fixed to the cargo’s container or vehicle by the logistics company.

Case #02

Decentralized system for interaction between retail electricity market participants

One of the world's largest electricity grid companies - 2,35 million km of power lines, more than 500k power substations.

  • Decentralized platform for interaction between key participants of retail electricity markets, featuring a more efficient electricity consumption metering system.
  • Eliminating any disputes on accruals under power distribution and power transmission contracts.
  • Deeply integrated solution with billing and smart metering systems
Case #03

Intellectual property protection

Designed to detect violations of intellectual property.

The service brings together a wide range of subject matter experts, including patent specialists, attorneys, legal professionals, and other people that can help in reducing the time and costs of IP violation detection.

Case #04

Supply chain management

Blockchain is utilize in trustless environment for document and information flow between customers, suppliers and control organizations for a large oil and gas company.

Blockchain nodes are integrated into existing infrastructures including Oracle and SAP.


Brian McConville


Mr. McConville previously served in executive roles as chief executive officer, president, and vice chairman in areas including artificial intelligence, cloud-based technology, and media. He was also a managing principal in a U.S. based holding company focused on management of positions in listed European companies. Mr. McConville holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies from Bard College.

Rob Rao

Head of Sales

As Corix Head of Sales, he leads enterprise level blockchain sales and integrations. Rob studied at Washington and Jefferson College and graduated with a Bachelors of the Arts in Political Science and concentrations in Biology and Chemistry.

Ekin Tuna

EMEA Sales

Ekin Tuna is a blockchain veteran of more than 10 years in the industry. Since 2014 and after graduating from Leiden University College he has worked in multiple enterprise targetted blockchain implementations covering data analysis, supply chain and infrastructure. He has worked with companies including Hyperledger and MakerDAO in solutions consultancy and implementation. Before entering the blockchain industry he founded and exited two companies developing tools for nonprofit and bitcoin transaction analysis. He is an avid consumer and promoter of classical music and supports the work of Istanbul Philharmonic Foundation. Ekin divides his time between Bucharest, Helsinki and Istanbul.

Aleksandr Rubin


Aleksandr has over 20 years of experience in investment banking, private equity, and consulting covering a broad range of industries including blockchain, fintech, media, and industrials. After attending American University and successfully exiting from IT consulting business in Washington DC Aleksandr moved to New York City to pursue a career in investment banking. Since 2019, Aleksandr has been working with a family office deploying over $100 million in various listed blockchain projects (L1), fintech companies as well as private and publicly traded companies.