Agriculture in Developing Countries Has to Be Transformed with Blockchain Technology

Agriculture in Developing Countries Has to Be Transformed with Blockchain TechnologySource: Blockchain is a greater boon than we used to thinkSource: Emerging economies have a chance of making a leapSource: Developing economies need to adopt blockchain
Agriculture in Developing Countries Has to Be Transformed with Blockchain Technology
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Agriculture in Developing Countries Has to Be Transformed with Blockchain Technology
Blockchain is a greater boon than we used to think. Implementation of blockchain-based applications makes it more efficient, transparent and safe not only for individual enterprises, but also for entire state economies. Emerging economies with as-yet-unestablished or unsustainable structures have every chance of making a major leap in their economic development thanks to blockchain ot Distributed Ledger technology.
Research and experiments are already underway showing the great potential of Blockchain implementation for India and Africa. Blockchain as a distributed database provides transparency and sustainability of information, protected from unauthorized changes and interference. These features of blockchain technology can provide the proper and effective operation and control of operation in most of industries and spheres.

Blockchain applications are being developed to solve problems such as corruption at all levels, forgery of documents, lack of trust between trading partners and counterfeiting of products and medicines. Also, the use of blockchain-based systems strengthens the local currency and gives access to its full use in regions where access to banks is difficult and there is a lack of accountability.

Developing economies need to adopt blockchain technology: the gap between them and the economies of developed countries widens and increasingly hampers their development, creating a vicious circle. Technology can provide the opportunity to work effectively in many industries, but it is especially important for developing countries to focus on the agricultural sector. Problems in agriculture are a summation of problems of management, control and finance, which hinder the development of agriculture and adversely affect the economy, people's living standards and the environment. Blockchain solutions for agriculture will facilitate the control and distribution of resources, and this is the key to moving to a new stage for developing countries. Let's take a look at how this improvement works.

Getting Rid of Corruption

A corrupted state is unable to ensure effective governance and enforce laws to protect the rights of its citizens. People in developing countries suffer from a lack of resources and are unable to achieve a high standard of living because of weak institutions and broken social lifts.

The implementation of blockchain technology ensures control over the distribution of resources. Documents uploaded to the blockchain cannot be tampered with. Thus, documents on property and land provide the rights of the citizen, which means that farmers, like other landowners, can be sure of their rights and not be afraid of invasion and illegal seizure of property. The inclusion of blockchain-based land and real estate control systems in government management programs destroys real estate corruption.

Trust Between Partners

Blockchain is the base for many useful tools that provide traceability and accountability. One of the main and most necessary tools for developing economies is smart contracts.

Smart contracts automatically monitor compliance and distribute payments according to them. By applying smart contracts, you can build a sustainable controlled supply chain that is convenient, secure and efficient for every partner. Long-term building of relationships between partners, search for reliable suppliers and other work that slows down the industry, becomes superfluous thanks to smart contracts.
Source: Blockchain is a greater boon than we used to think
Source: Blockchain is a greater boon than we used to think
Source: Emerging economies have a chance of making a leap
Source: Emerging economies have a chance of making a leap
Source: Developing economies need to adopt blockchain
Source: Developing economies need to adopt blockchain
Access to Banking

The trust that blockchain-based tools provide is not limited to companies, manufacturers and suppliers. Citizens of developing countries very rarely have access to banks and are unable to fully manage their funds. Blockchain-based software allows everyone to make financial transactions, including online purchases and deposits.

More Stable Currency

Regarding deposits, local currencies in developing countries are subject to high inflation and can often be volatile. The use of blockchain-based software changes the work of financial institutions, makes currency jumps more predictable and less. But in countries with unstable currency blockchain applications can both consider the volatility of the currency in transactions and use a more stable currency.

Preventing Environmental Disasters

Lack of control over the use of natural resources leads to environmental disasters. Control and accountability through blockchain applications will help states avoid possible consequences.

Medicines and Products Counterfeit

Marking and accounting through redefined databases eliminates the possibility of forgery. Vital things like food and medicine must be subject to strict government control to ensure the safety of citizens' health.

Blockchain-based software is one of the few truly effective solutions for developing countries.

Growth for Small Holder Farmers

Uncertainty about their own land rights, inability to make online transactions, mistrust of suppliers and forgery of documents and products force farmers in developing countries begin to apply blockchain technology for agriculture.

Online deals open for sales around the world, and every buyer will be confident in the quality of the product if the manufacturer uses to control the production and supply chain of the blockchain system.

FCE Blockchain As a Quick Solution for Agriculture

The more challenge than the development of technologies remains their application. States are implementing and testing their own blockchain programs, while along with farmers and manufacturers, can turn to ready-made systems to transform the agricultural sector in developing countries. Any device with internet access can be a salvation for the farmer when he starts using blockchain tools. Smart counter-outs, document verification, electronic passport and more are already available through the FCE Blockchain app interface.

Blockchain is believed to have become one of humanity's fundamental inventions, such as the wheel, steam engine, electricity and the Internet. But its spread is faster, and the impact on people's lives is much deeper and stronger than it seems.


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