We aim at supporting corporations around the world to adopt blockchain related technologies in different vertical applications by using Blockchain as a Service infrastructure. It is our mission to drive adoption of blockchain application within different vertical industries. The emphasis lies on utilizing and contributing to existing solutions, standards and initiatives to ensure that industrial needs and requirements are optimally addressed in member products.
Enter the blockchain. Already established as the core component of the digital currency Bitcoin, the blockchain is capturing imaginations across industries. And it’s coming to catch you soon. What could be the impact? Best described as a virtual ledger, blockchains have massive potential, according to one port IT specialist. “Everyone in the supply chain should be watching this carefully. The Internet of Things is a massive disruptive technology, but blockchains go beyond that. The move from the Internet to blockchain is like looking at the move from Telex to the Internet.”
If we would like to benefit from the opportunities that this technology can bring us, we need to embrace it. In 2018, the book "Blockchange" was published placing the advent of Blockchain in today's society and how it will change business models. With original metaphors and a clear, cheerful way of writing, Redmer Huizinga and professor Arturo Bris discuss how blockchain could change our (economic) world and invite us to reflect about the approaching blockchain revolution. Click here to find out more about this book and how to order it.
Blockchain technology will disrupt existing business processes and business models. This introduces new business models and new ways of delivering services, which will in turn change our society as a whole. Blockchain at the core is a social innovation that gives individuals more freedom because they are less dependent on middle men, government and companies
The industry is looking for greater transparency, a faster flow of data, faster flow of goods, streamlined operations and more efficiency. It needs all parties to share and entrust each other with more information. Those involved want to be confident that documents and certificates are legitimate and haven’t been tampered with.
Consumers want to know that the clothes they buy are genuine and not made by child labour. They want to know if they are eating beef or horse. They might even like to know where and when the fish was caught that is now in the fish pie in the supermarket freezer.
New Economy, New Questions
Living the new world of work
High volume transactions, anonymous customers
Reliable, transparent and distributed trust required
How reliable is your new transaction partner, whether customer, employer or employee, they are all more remote, connect via new media channels. Who can you trust? Blockchain based contracts, payment systems are transparent and open. Don't trust your new business partner, trust the blockchain.
Complex transactions, increased regulations
Open, unbreakable and high performance transaction systems required
In this new world of work, where governments ask more questions than every before, entrepreneurs have to choose to either spend a lot of money on consultants or re-invent the way they do business by using blockchain based contracts and process their transactions via an unbreakable solution.
Assets management, liquid on demand
Without the legal hurdles
Your business inventory, your real estate, your airplane, your ships, or employee stock options, can all be tokenized, digitally financed, distributed and traded in a simple way without paying lawyers for big contracts. At the same you have an easy way allocating cost and value changes to all tokenholders.
New Business models, focus on the customer, not the system
Re-invent yourself, blank sheet of paper
Imagine being able to transfer value or prevent contractual disputes over the Internet - without going through a third party. Confidently. Securely. Almost instantly. Blockchain-based technology will revolutionise business practices as we know them.