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A blockchain consists of a series of expandable data sets, so-called blocks, that are linked to each other by cryptographic methods. It is a kind of distributed electronic ledger or database, where records are added by digital transactions without the interference of a central administrator. A distributed ledger gives all the participants of the network shared read and write permissions and has a network of replicated databases that are being synchronised via the internet and that are visible to anyone in the network. Each block contains a secure hash of the previous block, a time stamp and its own transaction data.

The major advantage is that the data cannot be controlled by a single entity and that the Peer-to-Peer nature makes trusted intermediaries unnecessary. Among other things, this makes a blockchain forgery-proof, because any and all subsequent transactions are built on the previous ones and must be correct to be validated.

What is a blockchain?

Slide Blockchain: just a technology –
When does it really make sense?
(Only available in German)

Our managing director and CTO, Lumir Boureanu, talks about
blockchain basics and how to use the blockchain in
practice in this eye-winking web session replay. He compares
solutions with and without blockchain technology, as well as
their respective advantages and disadvantages.

• Basics: blockchain essentials

• Practice: how to actually use the blockchain

• Summary: blockchain is “just” a technology

Factoring Use Case.
Factoring with Blockchain.

THIS IS FACTORING In factoring, the factoring client, usually a company, directly
sells its receivables from the delivery of goods and/or
services to a factoring institute (factor), immediately
receiving liquidity from its receivables. In return, the
factor constantly checks the credit status of customers
and assumes the full risk of failure.
VT Factoring Kunde Use Case.
Factoring with Blockchain.

A CLIENT’S BENEFITS IN FACTORING In addition to a faster settlement, factoring offers
protection against bad debts. The end customer
benefits from an improved planning capability and from
faster processing, gaining competitive advantages.
The immediate liquidity enables a better flexibility in
purchasing, i.e. companies can more often benefit
from special rates and cash
VT Factoring Factor Use Case.
Factoring with Blockchain.

A FACTOR’S BENEFITS IN FACTORING The factor can also speed up processing through
automation and minimizes the financial risks of
his customer.
Factoring Blockchain Use Case.
Factoring with Blockchain.

DEMOCRATISATION OF THE FACTORING INDUSTRY With blockchain technology, each invoice is unique and can be evaluated by a credit scoring algorithm, which renders the whole process of invoice financing automated and transparent. The process of assessing risk-related information:

Blockchains are perfectly suited to tokenising financial investments and carrying out complex ownership changes. Compared to manual risk assessment, with its large number of financial intermediaries, the blockchain can process decentralised tests and payment functions much more efficiently and fairer.

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