It’s been a busy start to the year at Frankl with our dementia assessment dapp in progress and an autism assessment project under development.
While Pete has been designing a web model for the dementia dapp, our blockchain developer Lucas Cullen has been hard at work creating an open source encryption microservice that will feed into it. The microservice contains a combination of functions that encrypt and decrypt data using Ethereum blockchain public and private keys. This facilitates secure data sharing among users via their Frankl wallet.
We had a brief chat with Lucas as he was just getting started. Here he explains a bit about what he’s doing and why.