National logistics platform plans to set up a logistics blockchain public service working committee

In order to promote the extensive use of the advantages of blockchain technology in the field of logistics and build a credible ecological environment, the national logistics platform plans to set up a logistics blockchain public service working committee to conduct policy discussions, technical standards and cross-chain information exchange public services in the field of blockchain logistics. Rule making, R & D and promotion of blockchain application services. Currently, the application of blockchain technology in the verification and deposit of logistics electronic documents is being promoted. The application can facilitate the collaborative sharing of freight logistics data in government supervision, financial insurance, and other fields. According to reports, there are 10 government management departments, institutions, research institutions, 19 blockchain technology service providers, 32 logistics information service providers, 20 logistics information service application units, 1 industry organization, and 14 personal experts. Become a member of the preparatory work.