NGI ASSURE’s 1st Open Call for bottom-up projects selected thirteen finalists from seven different EU countries over a total of 71 applications. Beneficiaries will access an overall €474,610 equity-free funding per project and test their solutions within NGI ASSURE Business and Technical Support Programme.
Discover the shortlisted projects:
- GNUnet Messenger API: API for decentralised instant messaging using CADET
- Adopting the Noise Key Exchange in Tox: Improved security of Tox instant messaging with NoiseIK
- Securing Shared Decentralised Live Information with m-ld: Collaborative editing of LInked Data based on CRDT
- GNUnet: Formalisation within IETF of R5N Distributed Hash Table design
- Peer-to-Peer Access to Our Software Heritage: Access Software Heritage data via IPFS DHT
- The Libre-SOC Gigabit Router: Native Open Hardware chip implementation of crypto primitives
- Yrs: Collaborative editing with CRDT written in Rust
- Layer-2-Overlay: Generalising the GNUnet Layer-2 Overlay for broader usage
- Libresilient: Create robust web presence with service workers and DHT
- Improving OpenSSH’s Authentication and PKI through OpenPGP: Improving SSH Authentication with OpenPGP transitive trust
- Adding TPM Support to Sequoia PGP: Implement use of TPM 2.0 crypto hardware for OpenPGP
- Trustix: Make build logs available as publicly verifiable, tamper-proof Merkle trees
- TrustING: Ultrafast AS-level Public-Key Infrastructure
The consortium behind the project continues to organise further Open Calls, the next deadline is December 1 st 2021 at 12:00 CEST, more information is available here.