The use-cases for blockchain are increasingly broad, beginning in financial infrastructure and stretching across every electronic transaction of data we can imagine. Blockchain is not only a new, critical, way to improve efficiencies and save costs but it could also save lives.
There are two apparent areas within disaster relief efforts where blockchain could provide speed, clarity, and direction.
Firstly, blockchain could offer an immutable network for collating and coordinating relief needs and efforts. A shared, blockchain-based, network for relief participants and government bodies could replace a cacophony of other communication with a single point of information sharing and action tracking.
Secondly, blockchain-based geospatial mapping, potentially combined with a communications network, could pinpoint proven locations in need of attention and allow coordinated response with trusted real-time updates.
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Source: The Blockchain Land