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SpaceChain January 2023 Report


CEO Cliff Beek has been invited to participate in the prestigious New York Space Business Roundtable to discuss about how cryptocurrencies fit into space financing. Organized by Space & Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) Northeast Chapter, the roundtable is a monthly program that explores the commercial space sector’s business, financing, and ethical governance.

The roundtable will be held via Zoom:
Date: Feb 15
Time: 12pm-1.15 pm EST

Register for the roundtable at

Evan joined SpaceChain last year as our Business Development Manager. Since then, he has been a key contributor to the company’s success. We look forward to having Evan take the team to greater heights! Please join us in congratulating him.


It’s already been a month into the new year. What’s the outlook for blockchain, NFTs, Metaverse, and crypto in 2023? CEO Cliff Beek shares his thoughts on these topics with DeepTech Times.

We’re proud to share that our UK team has been accepted into the Accelerate Cambridge program. Established in 2012 by Cambridge Judge Business School, this start-up “accelerator” program aims to enable and nurture venture creation out of the University of Cambridge.

The Director of Technology Ziheng Xiang and Director of Business Development Evan Slattery participated in the welcome and induction session in January and had the opportunity to meet their mentors and network with other ventures.

Ziheng said: “SpaceChain has partnered with Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, to develop further our technology and business towards Blockchain integration in space via its accelerator program Accelerate Cambridge. This partnership with Cambridge will facilitate access to university resources and connections. It also strengthens SpaceChain’s development and business capabilities, opening a good start to 2023.”

Acquiring Earth Observation (EO) data is time-consuming, and processing it is even more challenging. To simplify things, SpaceChain is developing the Decentralized Satellite Applications (DSA) — a platform that conjoins multiple data and algorithm providers to create a one-stop marketplace for EO data and services.

Anyone looking for satellite data or applications can use this blockchain-based platform to select data directly from multiple parties without prior expertise. Find out more about the platform, and process flow for accessing space data and services in this blog.

SPiN (Space products and Innovation) is a startup company dedicated to spinning in technology concepts and developing innovative products for the space industry. SpaceChain has an ongoing development for blockchain integration with SPiN’s MA61C adapter, enabling direct tasking of the camera module from anywhere, at any time. This is how space is connected with the public via web3 tech. We look forward to achieving amazing results with SPiN.

SpaceChain’s space-based multisignature wallet technology is engineered to provide top-notch security for digital asset transactions. Find out how it can secure your company’s digital assets.


The tech team is working on the development and the first phase’s test of the handheld device.

The pre-test work for the SpaceChain-Velas node installed on the International Space Station has been completed. Next month, the team will start conducting tests to check the operation of the node. Testing is expected to be completed in a month.

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