#ThinkCultureSeries (Part 47) - Blockchain Use Cases Taxonomy : Necessary Distinction between Application Domains, Use Case Purposes and Economic Activity Sections

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Blockchain Use Cases Taxonomy : Necessary Distinction between Application Domains, Use Case Purposes and Economic Activity Sections

Author: Jerome R. D. Pons (Music won't stop)
Publisher: ResearchGate
Publishing Date: December 31st 2019


Abstract:

Blockchain use cases are described by several standardisation bodies, manufacturers, solution providers, consulting companies, economic organisations and researchers, leading to proteiform and non-harmonised documentation. Analysing this documentation is an important step when developing standards especially for extracting the essence and common understanding of the state of the art. This article generalises specific use cases so that they apply to more than one activity sector, by distinguishing cross-sector application domains, cross-sector use case purposes and economic activity sections. This distinction is brought through a three-layer mapping recommendation which is integrated to a generic blockchain use case description and refined with activity sector specificities. This proposal is intended to serve as a basis when specifying blockchain use cases taxonomy.

Summary:

- Introduction
- Blockchain Use Cases Standardisation

- Necessary Distinction
- Cross-sector Application Domains
o Creative and Productive Collaboration

o Intellectual Property Protection / Certification
o Disintermediation in Distribution / Actions Traceability
o Rights and Identifier Management / Identification
o Contract Management / Automation
o Electronic Payment / Cryptocurrency and Asset Exchange
- Cross-sector Use Case Purposes

- Economic Activity Sections
- Three-layer Mapping Recommendation and Benchmark
Three-layer Mapping Recommendation
o Three-layer Mapping Benchmark
- Generic Blockchain Use Case Description
- Activity Sector Specificities
- Conclusion
- References

Keywords:


Blockchain | Distributed Ledger | Taxonomy | ThinkCultureSeries | Use Case

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