Waltonchains RFID technology is being used by a Smart Waste Management System in China. Using Waltons blockchain, the project will enable supervision of waste levels to improve operational efficiencies and optimize resources.
Entertainment blockchain examples : GutsA transparent ticketing ecosystem that uses blockchain technology to eliminate ticket fraud and the secondary ticket market.
Blockchain in retail : WarranteerA blockchain application that allows consumers to easily access info regarding the products they purchased and get service in the case of product malfunction.
Logistics and supply blockchain cases : De BeersDe Beers mines, trades and markets more than 30% of the worlds supply of diamonds. The company plans to use a blockchain ledger for tracing diamonds from the mine to the customer purchase. This transparency will help the industry and anybody who wishes to verify, confirm diamonds are free from conflict. Fura Gems also plans to use blockchain in its supply process of emeralds, rubies and other precious stones.
Insurance : Proof of insuranceNationwide insurance company is currently testing a blockchain solution to provide proof-of-insurance information called RiskBlock. Ultimately, when this tool is fully deployed it will help law enforcement, insured and insurers verify insurance coverage in real time and accelerate claims processing.
Healthcare blockchain cases : MedicalChainThe first healthcare company using blockchain technology to facilitate the storage and utilization of electronic health records in order to deliver a complete telemedicine experience. They are real practicing doctors in the UK healthcare structure and want to change the system from within.
Realestate applications of blockchain : BitPropertyUsing blockchain and smart contracts, BitProperty wants to democratize opportunity and create a decentralized society by allowing anyone anywhere in the world (except the U.S. and Japan due to regulatory concerns) to invest in real estate.
Blockchain is now being used to support sustainable fishing. Illegally caught fish is an endemic problem within the industry, and distributed ledger technology provides a means of proving where fish were caught, processed and sold. This net-to-plate chain allows inspectors to determine whether fish had come from regions notorious for human rights abuses or from countries that are affected by economic sanctions.
More examples at https://www.leewayhertz.com/blockchain-use-cases/ – LeewayHertz Blockchain Developers.