Enterprise Blockchain Use Cases – China

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Blockchain Use Cases - China | Projects initiated by various enterprises, public sector organizations, governments, and non-governmental organizations.

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BUC1375 – Enterprise blockchain project – Livestock, Swine Fever, Supply Chain

Stakeholders: Government
Key Benefits: It will allow direct access to the real-time status of livestock and will establish direct communications between suppliers and officials. Transparency will be enhanced. Authorities will be able to respond quickly and plan according to real-time data and mitigate the damage done by the disease.

BUC0830 – Enterprise blockchain project – Fast, Low-cost Paperless Logistics, Lading Bill

Stakeholders: Clothing Store Chain, Clothing Manufacturer, Ship, Port Authorities
Key Benefits: It will reduce the cost of documentation to 15% of its current cost and reduce the time taken to 4 minutes from the usual 2-10 days in current system. Fast network not required as the bill of lading transactions are limited and can be executed even on slower blockchain networks. It will reduce the usage of paper which will help in positive climate change and the chances of loss or damage of paperwork will also be eliminated.

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