Blockchain use cases
Waltonchains RFID technology is being used by a Smart Waste Management System in China. Using Waltons blockchain, the project will enable supervision of waste levels to improve operational efficiencies and optimize resources.
Entertainment blockchain examples : GutsA transparent ticketing ecosystem that uses blockchain technology to eliminate ticket fraud and the secondary ticket market.
Blockchain in retail : WarranteerA blockchain application that allows consumers to easily access info regarding the products they purchased and get service in the case of product malfunction.
Logistics and supply blockchain cases : IBM BlockchainKnowing the status and condition of every product on your supply chain from raw materials to distribution is critical. Blockchain for supply chains allows transparency with a shared record of ownership and location of parts and products in real time.
Insurance : Proof of insuranceNationwide insurance company is currently testing a blockchain solution to provide proof-of-insurance information called RiskBlock. Ultimately, when this tool is fully deployed it will help law enforcement, insured and insurers verify insurance coverage in real time and accelerate claims processing.
Healthcare blockchain cases : MedicalChainThe first healthcare company using blockchain technology to facilitate the storage and utilization of electronic health records in order to deliver a complete telemedicine experience. They are real practicing doctors in the UK healthcare structure and want to change the system from within.
Realestate applications of blockchain : DeedcoinRather than a typical 6% real estate commission, Deedcoin runs on 1% and hopes to be the new way for home buyers and sellers to connect with real estate agents who accept a lower commission.
As a heavily industrialised nation, Chinas environmental footprint is substantial. In March 2017, IBM launched the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain in conjunction with Energy-Blockchain Labs, as a means of tracking carbon assets in China. This creates a measurable and auditable system for tracking emissions, and facilitates a tradable market for companies seeking to offset their energy consumption whilst incentivizing greener industrial practises.
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