Pinsout Innovation

Block Chain

Ever since the beginning, Block-Chain has become a technology buzzword. Blockchain is a distributed, digital ledger that simplifies the process of recording transactions and tracking assets in a business network. An asset can be either tangible (a house, car, cash, or land) or intangible (intellectual property, patents, copyrights, branding). A blockchain network can track and trade almost anything of value, lowering risk and costs for all parties involved.

Our Compatibilities

Private Blockchain Networks

Secure and scalable permission-based ecosystems with minimized downtime.

Decentralised Apps (dApps)

Encrypted peer-to-peer apps with no single point of failure and zero downtime.

Smart Contracts

They are the program that helps pinsout stored on a blockchain that runs through predetermined conditions are met. They also automate a workflow.

Crypto Wallets

Crypto wallet helps Pinsout to store our private keys, keeping your crypto safe and accessible. They also allow to send, receive and spend cryptocurrencies like Ethereum.

Asset Tokenization Platforms

Pinsout generally uses Asset tokenization platforms in financial institutions and turns tokens art into a commodity.

Blockchain-based Market Platforms

There are a few platforms that pinsout uses to market their product like Hyperledger, Ethereum, Recordkeeper, Quorum, etc. 

Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs)

Pinsout uses Dao’s as the main feature of digital currency is that it is decentralised. That means that they are not controlled by a single authority or government.

Our Use Cases

In the healthcare industry, a blockchain network is used to store and exchange patient data between hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, pharmacies, doctors, and nurses. Healthcare blockchain applications can accurately detect serious errors and improve the performance, security, and transparency of medical data sharing in the healthcare industry.

Blockchain improves service in the real estate industry, which is plagued by issues such as slow transactions, administrative disputes, and distrust among buyers, sellers, and intermediaries. Implementing blockchain real estate systems allows for the automation of routine tasks and contracts, as well as transparent listing and data tracking and cost savings.

Inefficiencies abound in the insurance industry, making it vulnerable to fraud. Insurance benefits from blockchain as a records-intensive industry, with use cases such as improved fraud detection, recordkeeping, and reinsurance (insurance for insurers). Blockchain also enables insurers to offer more sophisticated versions of on-demand insurance and microinsurance products, allowing them to innovate in insurance business models.

While security is a broad topic that includes everything from individual accounts to entire nations, blockchain has a solution for every problem. Individual blockchain security solutions include self-sovereign identity, in which users have complete control over their personal information, as well as protected data transmission, secure private messaging, and security layers for Internet-of-Things household devices like thermostats and routers.

Manufacturing blockchain applications can increase transparency and trust throughout the industrial value chain, from raw material sourcing to finished product ready for supply chains. Furthermore, manufacturing blockchain applications can eliminate counterfeit production, engineer high-complexity products, manage identities, track assets, ensure quality, and comply with regulatory requirements.

A lack of operational transparency is a daily struggle for those working in car sales and manufacturing. The automotive industry can create a unified platform for quickly tracking down and paying for vehicle parts, services, and manufactured vehicles by implementing automotive blockchain applications for payments.

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