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Supply Chain Management: The creation of an enduring record that prevents unauthorized alteration while preserving credential-based transparency is just one of the reasons blockchain implementations can be well-suited to the tracking of goods and services through the complex interconnected web of modern supply chain infrastructure- cutting operating costs.


Autonomous vehicles: With a decentralised system monitored by means of consensus on the basis of information represented in a distributed ledger ecosystem technologists can see whether the mechanisms underpinning an autonomous vehicle, or device that's connected to the internet of things has been tampered with- keeping us safe.


Sensor Technology: The global human population is expected exceed 9 billion by 2050 with about half settled in urban areas. Accordingly all major world cities face the challenge of managing projected growth. To support evolution alongside our changing world, city planners are turning to blockchain technology to solve present and forecasted problems- to address the concerns of tomorrow.


Bond Trading: A blockchain is a huge, decentralised ledger of transactions that can be used to secure and validate any exchange of data, such as commodities or currencies- including real assets.

Stock Exchange: Distributed ledger technology has the potential to change the way markets operate end-to-end, reduce risk and costs for clients, speed-up the settlement process for investors- support new services for listed companies.


Automated Claims Processing: In a global and fully scaled setting, shared economies and P2P networks can’t work as parallel, fully decentralized markets without a formal assessment of their risks and a certainty that the network has- adequate risk return calculation capabilities.


Smart Factory: Industry 4.0 introduces what has been called the smart factory, in which cyber-physical systems monitor the physical processes of the factory and make decentralized decisions. The physical systems become Internet of Things, communicating and cooperating both with each other and with humans in real time- via the blockchain.