Top five blockchain benefits transforming your industry

Orange TechnoMind 27-Sep-2019
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Diagonally worldwide supply chains, financial services, healthcare, government and several other industries, innovators are exploring ways to use blockchain to unsettle and transmute traditional business models. Several industry leaders have already reached significant business benefits, including more transparency, enhanced security, upgraded traceability, increased efficiency and speed of transactions, and reduced costs. Recite how blockchain delivers these benefits and then join us at Think 2018 in Las Vegas to learn more about using blockchain in your industry.


1. Larger transparency

Transaction histories are charming more translucent through the use of blockchain technology. Because blockchain is a type of circulated ledger, all network contestants share the similar documentation as opposed to individual copies. That shared version can only be updated through accord, which means everyone must agree on it. To change a single transaction record would require the modification of all subsequent records and the conspiracy of the entire network. Thus, data on a blockchain is more accurate, consistent and transparent than when it is pushed through paper-heavy processes. It is also available to all contestants who have permissioned access. To change a single transaction record would require the alteration of all following records and the conspiracy of the entire network. Which can be, you know, a headache?


2. Enhanced security

There are several ways blockchain is more secure than other record-keeping systems. Transactions must be agreed upon before they are recorded. After a transaction is approved, it is encrypted and linked to the previous transaction. This, along with the fact that information is stored across a network of computers instead of on a single server, makes it very difficult for hackers to compromise the transaction data. In any industry where protecting sensitive data is crucial — financial services, government, healthcare — blockchain has an opportunity to really change how critical information is shared by helping to prevent fraud and unauthorized activity.


3. Improved traceability

If your company deals with products that are traded through a complex supply chain, you’re familiar with how hard it can be to trace an item back to its origin. When exchanges of goods are recorded on a blockchain, you end up with an audit trail that shows where an asset came from and every stop it made on its journey. This historical transaction data can help to verify the authenticity of assets and prevent fraud.


4. Increased efficiency and speed

When you use traditional, paper-heavy processes, trading anything is a time-consuming process that is prone to human error and often requires third-party mediation. By streamlining and automating these processes with blockchain, transactions can be completed faster and more efficiently. Since record-keeping is performed using a single digital ledger that is shared among participants, you don’t have to reconcile multiple ledgers and you end up with less clutter. And when everyone has access to the same information, it becomes easier to trust each other without the need for numerous intermediaries. Thus, clearing and settlement can occur much quicker.


5. Reduced costs

For most businesses, reducing costs is a priority. With blockchain, you don’t need as many third parties or middlemen to make guarantees because it doesn’t matter if you can trust your trading partner. Instead, you just have to trust the data on the blockchain. You also won’t have to review so much documentation to complete a trade because everyone will have permissioned access to a single, immutable version.


Benefits for your industry

If you’re dealing with slow, complicated and paper-heavy processes, compromised security or exorbitant fees, blockchain is a solution worth exploring. Register for Think 2018 and attend March 19 – 22 in Las Vegas to see how blockchain is being used to benefit a wide array of industries. Check out the full IBM Blockchain schedule below and if you can’t make it to Las Vegas, catch the livestream which will run from 10AM PST on Tuesday through Thursday, March 20 – 22. We will be asking attendees audience questions from Twitter using #IBMBlockchain and the livestream chat. We will be asking attendees audience questions from Twitter using #IBMBlockchain and the livestream chat. I will be trying my best to be funny.



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