Trust & Transparency
2.4 billion people worldwide lack official identification (ID).
2 billion people worldwide still lack access to regulated financial services.
Trust and Transparency are key components for tracking, evaluating, achieving and optimising the Sustainable Development Goals. Arguably, one of the most important pieces of infrastructure necessary in all industries, including Supply Chain, Manufacturing and Financial Services.
For instance, modern supply chains are the lifeblood of our society, yet as global trade continues to expand new challenges such as fraud, tampering, lack of quality control and transparency continue to affect companies and consumers alike. Problems that could in turn be mitigated through the use of distributed ledgers.
With Distributed Ledger Technology as a layer of trust and transparency, we believe that many of the actions tackling sustainability challenges can start to gain traction.
World Positive Opportunities:
Personal Data Monetisation
Economic Growth Through Trade
Democratising Access to Financial Systems
Borderless Blockchain: Technology Powering National Strategy
In 2015, the World Economic Forum predicted that 10% of global GDP would be stored using blockchain technology by 2027. The objective of this report is to the international community an overview of the latest developments in blockchain and demonstrate some of the possible State level applications.
Food You Trust: How Blockchain Will Reinvent the Supply Chain
Today, a vast number of projects are focused on solving the problem of supply chain complexity and distrust with the use of Distributed Ledgers, the technology behind Bitcoin and other digital assets. This article provides an overview of the scope and application of the technology in a specific case study scenario.