Enterprises are responsible for identities constantly, yet lack secure and transparent methods by which to do so. Integrating blockchain operations could offer solutions such as ID management, verification, onboarding, and security.
Procurement is based on relatively manual and arduous processes, rendering it often inefficient and error-prone. Blockchain could provide solutions such as vendor management, smart contracts, and automated transactions.
Asset management is a sensitive area, with a complex and opaque value chain. Blockchain can improve operations within digital, physical, financial, and personal assets by creating transparency and immediacy.
Compliance is disjointed and often inefficient, with each institution operating in a silo. Blockchain can drive trust and productivity for both industry and regulators through features such smart contracts.
Ticketing affects industries from entertainment to travel, and contains a complex secondary market with high potential for fraud. Blockchain could address this, creating transparency and control by tracking and smart contracts.
The current settlements process includes exorbitant hidden fees and time-costs. A blockchain solution, through a shared ledger and automated transactions could increase efficiency, saving companies and industries up to $10bn.
Traditional IoT systems are based on a centralized structure, exposing enterprises to insecurity. Partnering IoT with blockchain’s decentralized structure and smart contracts could help securely actualize concepts such as smart cities.
Since the creation of the first Blockchain, P2P applications have been driving growth, and transparency for enterprises. They continue to lead the innovative ways Blockchain is improving customer experience.
Risk is inherent to trading, businesses frequently subjecting themselves to uncertainty. Blockchain, by integrating smart contracts and a shared ledger, can address this, reducing costs and driving reliability.
Insurance and lending procedures are complex and bureaucracy-laden. By facilitating transactions with smart contracts, and creating a single data-source, blockchain can ease these challenges, returning value to both the enterprise and the customer.
BlockApps’ blockchain traceability network, which tracks agricultural products from the seed source, will leverage AWS cloud and computing infrastructure to meet the needs of agriculture product providers, distributors and farmers
Presented by BlockApps and 4US - an overview of the new blockchain solution for campaign finance compliance.
Hear from the former Federal Elections Commission (FEC) chair and other political experts on the core issues causing erosion of trust and what future of political financing looks like.
Presented by BlockApps and Bayer CropScience - an overview and demo of TraceHarvest seed traceability.
Blockchain backed seed traceability allows Bayer Crop Science to more effectively track and manage data surrounding their products.
In January 2020, multiple CEOs believed that innovative physical stores had the upper hand again. No forecasting team could predict this year’s needs. More than ever before, businesses must pivot - to thrive, or even just survive.
Watch & learn how blockchain will revolutionize online marketplaces - with a special focus on VEHICLE marketplaces - to reach an entirely new level of top-line revenue, customer loyalty and purchaser trust
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