Blockchain

applications & use-cases

A blockchain is an expanding list of cryptographically signed, irrevocable transactional records shared by all participants in a network. Each record contains a time stamp and reference links to previous transactions. With this information, anyone with access rights can trace back a transactional event, at any point in its history, belonging to any participant. A blockchain is one architectural design of the broader concept of distributed ledgers.

There are many different types of distributed ledger systems, each obeying its own security and privacy levels.

Below summary is an indication of the business models applications and use cases. It is not comprehensive and subject to change as Blockchain technological developments accelerate and as we are able to identify more use cases. 

business models
Token Economy
Blockchain as a Service(BaaS)
Development Platforms
Blockchain Based Software Products
Network Fee Charge
Blockchain Professional Services
P2P Blockchain Business Model
  applications / Use-cases  

Asset Tracking

Exchanges

Identity Management (KYC)

Smart contracts

Documentation

Digital identity

Supply chain management

Governance, risk and compliance management

Internal/ Shared Record Keeping

Loyalty & Rewards Tracking

Trading

Payment/Settlement

Voting

(Automate) Claims

Combating fake news

Smart Buildings

Labeling Transactions

Traceability & Transparency in Food Supply Chain

Trade Finance

Digital Asset Creation

Distributed Ledger of Records

Auditable

Transparency

Reliable

Interoperable

Real-time and agile

Guaranteed continuity

Automatic Validation & Reconciliation

Cost Reduction

Efficiency

Security

Compliance

Visibility

Transaction Speed

Removes Intermediaries

Risk Reduction

Integrity is preserved

Free up Liquidity

Immutability of Records

Traceability of Records

Revenue Growth

  value created  
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