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About Us

Incubated at IIT Kanpur, Trential was started by researchers, engineers, and leaders who created, innovated, and adopted cutting-edge blockchain technology under the aegis of the National Blockchain Project. Trential is building innovative products to strengthen trust in the digital world by harnessing the power of blockchain. 


Our Story

It all started in 2018 when National Security Council agreed to launch its flagship National Blockchain Project in collaboration with IIT Kanpur to conduct research and develop blockchain tools, technologies, and frameworks. During this project, the expert team of engineers developed blockchain protocols that were used to implement several projects via CRUBN (a non-profit organization) in domains such as property registration, self-sovereign identity, e-procurement, supply chain management, etc. As the project term is concluding in 2023, the experts from CRUBN and the National Blockchain Project have joined hands to take the blockchain wave forward as Trential Technologies and build revolutionary products and ecosystems that will democratize the digital world and strengthen digital trust. 

Meet The Founders


Mukul Verma

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IIT Bombay

Mukul graduated from IIT Bombay in 2017. He has been involved in various projects in the financial, e-governance, and open-source domain. He has in-depth knowledge of various blockchain platforms and is adept at software design and development. He became a member of the National Blockchain Project at IITK in 2019 and then co-founded CRUBN in March 2020.

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Tanmay Yadav

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IIT Kanpur

Tanmay graduated from IIT Kanpur in 2021. He is a goal-driven executive who offers his expertise in business administration, achieving optimal growth, profitability, networking, and strategic alliances. He became a member of the National Blockchain Project at IITK in 2019, during which he developed several blockchain POCs around e-governance. Later, he co-founded CRUBN in March 2020.

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