Blockchain at Our Borders

Research Overview

Author: Alan D. Cohn
Release Date: November 30, 2017

Abstract:

This project discusses how national customs agencies and international organizations can use blockchain to expedite people, money, and things securely across borders by land, sea, air, or Internet. It showcases US Customs and Border Protection’s efforts as part of the US Department of Homeland Security to drive the global development of blockchain-based governance that will enhance the safety and security of global trade and tourism.

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