Trustnodes said today that the final sprint of structural relationship reconstruction between the UK and the EU is likely to be centered on the blockchain. In a letter from the current British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to Jean-Claude Juncker, chairman of the European Commission, Johnson proposed: "Ensure compliance with UK and EU customs All customs procedures required for the system should be carried out on a decentralized basis. As the goods are transported between the two countries, the paperwork is carried out electronically, with a small amount of physical inspection at the trader’s premises or elsewhere in the supply chain. "He obviously refers to blockchain technology. This is mentioned in Theresa May's Brexit White Paper, where former Finance Minister Philip Hammond made it clear in October 2018: "There is technology available, I dare not say that I am an expert in this area, but the most obvious technology is the blockchain."