User requirements gathering.
BlockGrain begins development of the first software iteration.
BlockGrain 1.0 is released to a core group of farmers and grain brokers across the east coast of Australia.
BlockGrain wins StartUp House (San Francisco) Battlefield - Best Pitch.
The BlockGrain team gathers essential feedback and insights into how growers and logistics companies use the product during harvest.
Leveraging the feedback and lessons learned from BlockGrain 1.0, the team begins scoping and designing BlockGrain 2.0.
Australia’s largest group of independent grain brokers (Rise Agri) commit to using BlockGrain.
BlockGrain receives an ‘Ignite Ideas’ funding grant from the Queensland Government.
After four months of scoping and design, full-scale development begins for BlockGrain 2.0 (web and native mobile apps).
A panel lead by Prince Andrew (Duke of York), selects BlockGrain as a finalist at the Queensland [email protected] Palace competition.
Regional trial partners provide valuable feedback about the user experience throughout harvest.
BlockGrain’s rapidly emerging profile in the agricultural and blockchain industry leads to new opportunities with collaboration partners in Australia, Africa, Europe, and South America.
BlockGrain launches an offering event for the AGRI token.