Use Case Library
A collection of best in class applications of blockchain technology across industries. Explore the use case library to see how blockchain technology is changing the way your industry does business.
GBBC members are invited to submit use cases and projects for inclusion in the library.
Blockchain Technology Partners (BTP) has partnered with The Demex Group, a climate risk insurance firm backed by reinsurer Munich Re, to employ distributed ledger and smart contract technology to deliver a commercial platform that enables disparate parties to transact in an efficient and trustworthy manner to serve businesses whose revenue models are impacted by weather-related events.
Power Ledger has developed systems that improve the functionality of distributed energy resources like microgrids and solar panels.
Many of the world’s largest energy companies have come together to develop a blockchain-based post-trade commodity process.
Certain features of blockchain technology, such as security, immutability, and privacy, have led some proponents to believe it can improve a range of biomedical-related processes.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) are piloting a blockchain program that can securely monitor and identify national health crises.
Healthcare industry stakeholders have come together to develop a blockchain platform to reduce the presence of falsified and substandard drugs.
Estonia has used blockchain to dramatically overhaul its healthcare system.
ViralCure is a blockchain platform that allows individuals to fund scientific research.
West Virginia successfully collaborated with Voatz to bring blockchain-based mobile voting to overseas voters.
Bitfury and the Republic of Georgia successfully partnered to put the country’s land titling system on the blockchain.
Blockchain can be used to dramatically overhaul digital identities for global travelers.
Blockchain technology is currently being deployed to create and secure digital identities for displaced Rohingya Muslims.
The World Bank and Commonwealth Bank of Australia completed a successful blockchain project that showed the technology can improve debt capital markets.
Fidelity developed a system that allows charities to receive donations in bitcoin.
Bond issuance can be streamlined by eliminating intermediaries, enabled by blockchain-based peer-to-peer transactions.
The National Bank of Cambodia and Soramitsu are collaborating to increase access to financial services for the country’s large unbanked population.
Salesforce Blockchain enables businesses to securely and effectively share data and information.
It is clear that the aerospace parts industry is due for a transformation, and blockchain could be the key to that transformation.
Using a combination of RFID, QR code, and blockchain technology, fishermen are able to register their catches in real time, creating a record from “bait to plate.”
Walmart is using blockchain to improve the transparency and security of its food tracking system.
Everledger uses blockchain to ensure the quality and sourcing of diamonds, gemstones, and minerals.
Coca-Cola and the U.S. State Department are developing a platform that will reduce the use of forced labor in the company’s supply chain.
Agridigital successfully implemented a blockchain pilot project that improved financial security for farmers and increased efficiency in the grain supply chain.
The Latitude 28° platform allows Australian beef producers to transact directly with consumers while reducing counterfeits.
Propy joined with cities in Vermont on a pilot project to digitize real estate transactions.
Public blockchains make it possible to reduce the spread of false information and ensure creators are credited for their work.
Plastic Bank’s blockchain platform both reduces the flow of plastic into the oceans and provides a reliable source of income for individuals in developing countries.