What's the Point of Blockchain?

Data reliability and access are the heart of blockchains. It has nothing to do with cryptocurrency, and rather everything to do with interconnectivity, data security, data access, and living documents known as "smart contracts".

Smart Contracts

These contain "terms" of performance as well as "conditions" that are logical operators and "effects" that result from the execution of a contract. Good blockchain providers will have desirable configuration options to establish terms, conditions, and responses.

Data Reliability

A blockchain architecture requires that previously recorded data can never change, and data can only be added. This piece makes the design of good blockchains a challenge since escalating storage creates vulnerabilities in processing and high prices.

Data Relationships

A blockchain architecture requires that one datum be related to at least one other datum that already exists in the system. This process creates what's called "pointers" where the data validation involves the requester and context of occurence in a series of past or ongoing events.

Data Access

The purpose and desired state of a blockchain is to have data that is: (i) reliable and (ii) shows the most current state at any time to any viewer with access permissions. Any blockchain provider must by default run multiple instances of their data warehousing and store that are perfectly synchronized at any given time.

Meta Blockchains bridge processes from any infrastructure

collect | agglomerate | heap | repeat

Data in the context of logistics.

Accumulates data from all 3PL partners involved in discrete and recurring chains.

One-Source of Truth.

A Meta Blockchain aggregates validated intramural and extramural data for analysis of performance, non-conformance, or value.

Meta Blockchain Providers

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  • The bottom line

    Grow your efficiency and share what you want publicly all in one location with Meta Blockchains.