Replacing accredited certificates with blockchain for digital identity verification
Using distributed ledger technology, you can test data reliability and detect fraud to ensure data reliability.
Register insurance certificates required for maritime transportation processes on blockchain networks and secure the appropriateness and efficiency of insurance payments through global sharing of data.
By linking shipping data to the blockchain, you can calculate based on the product condition and delivery confirmation, thereby increasing efficiency and integrity.
By recording energy data on the distributed ledger and allowing real-time exchanges of power generation and consumption data, you can make possible a transparent and efficiency energy sharing economy.
Participants in the network can test, record, and store banking transaction data through the distributed ledger. That way, you can legitimize transactions and ensure security in reducing regulatory costs.
Through direct music transactions between copyright owners and consumers under smart contracts on the blockchain, you can protect copyright, manage music transactions,
and process payments.
If you store and share tracking data and certificates on the blockchain at different levels of livestock distribution, you can prevent document fraud among parties at each level,
while ensuring data accuracy and business reliability.
If you share all transaction records across export/import processes on the blockchain,
check and certify transactions using smart contracts, you can manage transaction data in a transparent and safe way.
With global banking data recorded on the distributed ledger, participants can share and manage each transaction, preventing fraud. This will ensure efficiency in payments, exchanges, transfer fee payments and processes.
If global telecom operators record and share data on their users on the blockchain,
the operators can cross-check and verify one another’s roaming data and process payments.