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Blockchain & Manufacturing industry

The manufacturing industry is contributing to a significant portion of the GDP worldwide. You could easily see this in America where only last year,  the manufacturers equated for $2.33 trillion to the U.S. economy. This equals of 11.7% of the nation’s economic output. Moreover, 1 dollar in manufacturing output contributes roughly $1.89 to business growth in related sectors.

Why Blockchain?

The manufacturing industry is contributing to a significant portion of the GDP worldwide. You could easily see this in America where only last year,  the manufacturers equated for $2.33 trillion to the U.S. economy This equals of 11.7% of the nation’s economic output. Moreover, 1 dollar in manufacturing output contributes roughly $1.89 to business growth in related sectors.

Use Cases

  • KYS (Know Your Supplier)
  • Provenance – get information about each part of the car
  • Events tracking on the supply chain
    • Order or sell, track and pay for goods once they arrive at their destination
    • Documentation would be created, updated, viewed or verified by parties on the blockchain
    • Payments could also be initiated seamlessly between parties throughout the process based upon agreements
    • Connected IoT sensors and smart devices could measure the condition of containers and other information that can be recorded on the blockchain and inform final settlements e.g. if goods have been damaged

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