当我们在做区块链防伪的时候,拼多多在做什么?

这是最好的时代,也是最坏的时代”——英国文学家狄更斯曾这样描述工业革命发生后的世界,而在中国也正在经历着这样一股历史的洪流。

随着国人知识产权和产品防伪意识的不断增强,“拼多多”的上市,让所有为打假正源而努力付出的人们无一不感觉到历史的倒退。更加讽刺的是一批创新者运用区块链技术尽其所能地杜绝假货横行的同时,另一批人则正把20年前“义乌小商品市场”再次放到全世界的面前。

继创维电视发表公开声明,要求拼多多停止售假行为之后,“童话大王”郑渊洁也通过微博发表——拼多多卖家涉嫌销售盗版皮皮鲁图书,涉嫌侵犯其著作权的声明。随后要求拼多多立即停止销售相关盗版图书,并对销售盗版书卖家处以关店的处罚,同时保留追究拼多多及相关侵权方法律责任的权利。到目前为止,拼多多方面尚无回应。而清醒的人必须意识到——这是否是一个转折点?防伪之路该如何走下去?

一、逆势而为的商业模式

拼多多一直在反复强调自己处于刚起步阶段,相较于阿里、京东多年在“假冒伪劣商品方面”的经验,需要公众更多的“理解”。

从整个中国的大环境来看,倘若上世纪八九十年代的假货猖獗可以用市场“刚起步”来解释,尚可以理解的话,那么在经过了三十多年经济发展的如今,中国已经成为世界第二大经济体,且质量监督体系统也在日渐完善。拼多多沉浸在这样的大环境下,依旧把各路低价低质的假冒伪劣产品聚集起来建立了千亿电商平台,这样逆势而为的商业模式,对于社会文明的进步是一种巨大的阻碍。

近期,由“零关税”发起的国际贸易战不断升级,欧美联合指责中国在知识产权保护上的诸多问题也尚未平息,此次拼多多赴美上市,无疑是把“家丑”远洋到了大洋彼岸。

当大家把小米视界、三星视听、VDVD手机、创维云视听、雅利阿道夫等多款涉嫌侵犯相关品牌权益的产品“都付笑谈中”之时,早已在市场上销声匿迹的“营养诀线”们正通过新一代电商卷土重来,换了个渠道满血复活。

显而易见,这些从小作坊中组装出来的劣品,在安全、质量和可靠性等多方面都没有保障。这不仅对家电、手机、日化和图书等正规商家造成名誉伤害,对于消费者权益来说更是赤裸裸的暴击。

二、消费升级?

拼多多创始人曾说过一句“耐人寻味”的“肺腑之言”——“消费升级不是让上海人去过巴黎人的生活,而是让安徽安庆的人有厨房纸用,有好水果吃。”

一个只要受过高等教育,且具有基本逻辑思辨能力的人来看,这“肺腑之言”简直可以用“搞笑”来形容,这位创始人不仅偷换了“概念”,还有几分“歧视”在其中。

“让安徽安庆的人有厨房纸用,有好水果吃”这叫做解决基本需求,满足基本生活保证,而不是其所谓的“消费升级”。如果说把所谓的各种价格虚标与售卖各类没有保证的假冒产品,称之为“消费升级”的话,那国人的“消费”能力,岂不是与中国的经济实力,大相径庭?

不妨拿茅台酒举例,正品茅台的市场价价差很小,但凡明显便宜很多的基本都是假酒。而在拼多多上搜索”茅台“,就会发现各类系列的茅台酒基本都比其他平台便宜一半以上,看一下这瓶原价1450元,现价只要300元的飞天茅台或许可以略知一二,实在难以想象其宣传图片里大红的几个”官方正品防伪码“是在嘲笑谁。如果说,喝“假酒”也算得上“消费升级”的话,那国人岂不是一直处于“水生火热”之中,这日子也未免过得太“清苦”了。

如今,中国经济的快速发展,已不再是简单满足于解决物质需求的问题,而是已经转变为对生活品质的追求,它绝不是“从无到有”的过程,而是“从有到精”的剧变。就拿牛奶举例,人们在选购时会更加关注其产地、原料、加工方式、营养含量和运输方式等,对于消费品的防伪溯源提出了一定的标准与要求,以此来选择安全放心的商品。换而言之,如果人们喝的都是拼多多上的茅台,健康安全都得不到保障,消费升级又何从说起?

三、破局

社会总是能够让人看见阳光,即使偶尔会有乌云。

经过30多年的不懈努力,中国已经建立起质量监督体系,并且在不断的完善中。随着区块链技术的兴起和应用,区块链防伪技术也将会越来越被公众认可。利用区块链技术可追溯、不可篡改和透明高效等特点,将产品信息接入区块链网络,即可实现全流程的溯源防伪和质量监控,从而杜绝某一节点作恶的可能性,以此实现从原材料到生产,从流通到消费全生态防伪溯源,真正解决传统防伪的不足和缺口。

Linfinity作为区块链防伪领域的领跑者,已经与多家企业开展合作,进行全生态的区块链防伪升级。目前,Linfinity与烟草、医药保健、物流、信息、金融、法律、媒体等多个行业领域的公司建立合作关系,协助这些企业认识区块链相较于传统行业对于效率提升,成本节约以及安全透明等方面的巨大优势,以自主开发的区块链技术组合为企业定制化搭建企业级云集成架构,帮助企业实现对核心供应链的链上平台管理。

从假药到疫苗再到拼多多,每一次公众的担忧和呼吁深刻体现了社会对于产品质量可靠性的需求,而区块链防伪技术将为这一公众难题带来全新的解决方案,推动知识产权保护和防伪溯源技术的发展,真正从根本解决假冒伪劣,为公众带来安全放心可信赖的产品。

当创新者在做区块链防伪的时候,拼多多们在逆流而上,助力假冒伪劣产品大肆其道,但终究会被公众唾弃。社会的进步来源于技术驱动的生产力,也依赖于每一位参与者的选择和信任。

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Linfinity——“打假”从供应链开始

近日,Linfinity接受了 《The Straits Times》专题报道,他以深入浅出的方式,针对传统供应链的一系列弊端,提出现代供应链的发展应该借助区块链技术完成产业转型的宏大命题。

如果有一天,你发现自己花大价钱定制的名牌包包是个假货时,你一定会气愤不已,恼羞成怒。然而这种事情每天都在发生着,尤其是整个制造行业,假货肆虐正一次又一次地冲击着你那脆弱地神经,这无论是对于消费者或者品牌本身,都是一种巨大的伤害。

据《经济合作与发展组织》调查报告称:全球每年大概2.5%的进口产品中, 约有0.5万亿美元(0.7万亿新元)的物品存在假冒伪劣现象;2008年,估计有30万名中国婴儿因食用受三聚氰胺污染的奶粉而生病,其中有六人死于肾脏疾病。

这俨然已成为一个全球性的问题

随着全球市场的开放,在到达消费者手中之前,所有的商品/产品都需经过供应商,厂家,仓储,物理,配送,零售商一系列环节,这使得供应链变得无比复杂。尽管全球技术不断向数字化发展,但供应链的管理结构依旧处于传统的“中心化”状态,各个环节相互之间信息无法有效对接、透明,继而假货现象就容易发生。

在工业4.0时代,新的技术如何降低假货风险?——区块链技术的运用

Linfinity,总部位于新加坡,是世界上第一个利用区块链,物联网(IoT)和大数据技术建立的一个可持续,可信和可追溯的防伪供应链平台。

“从采购到物流的整个生产过程对透明度的需求不断增加,使区块链的应用变得至关重要。”Anndy Lian指出,“通过更准确的数据,企业可以做出更好的决策,以减少浪费,提高效率并消除欺诈。”

Linfinity解决问题的核心是区块链,一种分布式的记账方式。它将数据存在于“区块”中,以加密形式记录各类信息。虽然区块链目前最常被引用在比特币中,但区块链技术所具有的商业化市场不可估量。

具体而言,区块链技术在供应链行业中的使用具有以下优势:

透明度:可以记录产品从始发地到目的地的各个细节,各个环节之间可相互信任。

参与性:任意数量的用户都可以参与供应链并相互传递信息。

效率性:区块链等分类账可以自我调节系统,改善以前的内部审计效率低下。

受益相关者:虚拟货币奖励机制,它允许自动支付和快速交易,使所有相关方受益。

增强创新:一旦区块链系统完善,智能合约与系统的其他部分集成可用于提高效率。

Linfinity,促进区块链技术商业化落地的先行者

今年初,Linfinity着手区块链项目,发布了《Linfinity商业白皮书》并开始测试其服务平台;同时,Linfinity还建立了“Linfinity Talk”,这是Linfinity项目的全球路演平台,旨在展示区块链项目,并与志同道合的企业建立联系,以进一步探讨区块链技术。

目前,Linfinity已与新加坡、台湾以及更多的国家公司签订了谅解备忘录。合作的领域从金融法律到物流和快速消费品。这些公司将会见证Linfinity通过区块链的运用而提高效率和供应链的透明度。

值得一提的是,7月份,Linfinity在CoinEx全球首发了自己的虚拟货币-LFT。Anndy Lian表示,我们始终坚定地认为自己是区块链行业的一员。 我们希望能够通过LFT的激励机制,给予这个行业更多的促进与发展。同时,他也说道:“尽管区块链技术前景十分可观,但要完全普及可能需要数年甚至数十年的时间。对新技术的市场教育过程需要时间,需要政策制定者,更需要全行业,企业和最终用户的支持”。

本文转译至:《The Straits Times》

原文链接:

https://www.straitstimes.com/business/local-company-linfinity-offers-supply-chains-a-solution-to-combat-fraud

The Straits Time:


全名《新加坡海峡时报》是新加坡历史十分悠久的英文报纸,也是重要的新闻信息源。对商业性新闻,有很多独家报道。

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Linfinity: using blockchain to help SMEs

Singapore, 27 July 2018 – Blockspace Asia, powered by Linfinity and co-organised by Pinc and Blockvital, took place with great fanfare on 27 July in Singapore.

The event drew industry heavyweights such as Huobi Global and Blockvital, and featured shrewd discussions centered around how to use blockchain to promote the development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It attracted over 200 people.

Enterprise Singapore business advisor Qamarul Solihien was invited as a keynote speaker. Enterprise Singapore is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry in Singapore. It was newly formed three months ago to champion enterprise development.

Solihien said, “As a country friendly to the development of blockchain technology, Singapore will continue to encourage using blockchain to help small businesses grow. By closely monitoring industry standards and quality, Enterprise Singapore will increase worldwide confidence in Singapore’s products and services. This will build Singapore into a global trade and startup hub.”

 

The event also saw candid panel discussions on the blockchain industry’s current state, and pertinent investment and security issues. Panelists include industry leaders such as Huobi Global senior director Wu Xing, Cryptovalley Singapore advisor Rennie Sng, and BCoin CEO Davy Goh.

 

Linfinity CEO Anndy Lian said in his keynote speech, “The flexibility of SMEs made them the first benefactors of blockchain. Compared to big companies, SMEs can integrate blockchain more easily into their supply chain management systems. This adds more value to what they are doing and helps them to improve brand image.”

 

Fashion industry to be enhanced by blockchain

At the event, Linfinity signed memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with three Singapore-based fashion retail companies: Pinc, Lovefreya.co, and Feso Asia. Linfinity, a pioneer in using blockchain in supply chain management, will provide these three companies with technological support in supply chain management using blockchain-based solutions.

Lian said, “We are excited to be able to provide blockchain technological support to these fashion platforms. Linfinity will use blockchain to enhance the global fashion industry. We are confident that we can demonstrate the effectiveness of blockchain in reducing counterfeit products. Blockchain’s transparency and immutability will ensure products’ quality, while protecting and advancing companies’ brand image at the same time.”

 

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Local company Linfinity offers supply chains a solution to combat fraud

Supply chains besieged by counterfeit goods may soon find an answer in blockchain.

Finding out your swish designer bag is a fake might lead to outrage. But manufacturing scams can have far more drastic consequences — both for brands and consumers

Economically, around 2.5 per cent of global imports — about US$0.5 trillion (S$0.7 trillion) a year — are counterfeit, reports the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

The human cost is higher. In 2008, an estimated 300,000 babies in China fell ill after consuming milk powder tainted with melamine. It led to the deaths of six of them from kidney disease.

A GLOBAL PROBLEM

As global markets open up, supply chains have become more complex.

Before reaching consumers, all types of food and products now go through more suppliers, manufacturing plants, ports-of-call, storage facilities and retailers, adding logistical complexity to their production.

Despite technological advances and digitalisation worldwide, pockets of analogue interfaces still exist. Where they occur along a supply chain, companies can lose track of inventory, making them vulnerable to fraud.

In the era of Industry 4.0, how can new technologies help snuff out risky inefficiencies?

BLOCKCHAIN TO THE RESCUE

One Singapore-based company aims to build an ecosystem for anti-counterfeiting that is sustainable, trusted and traceable.

Linfinity, positioned as the world’s first distributed supply chain platform that harnesses blockchain, IoT (Internet of Things) and Big Data technologies, seeks not only to improve efficiencies from end to end, but enable reliable collection of data.

Mr Anndy Lian, chief executive officer of Linfinity Singapore, notes that rising demand for transparency in the entire production process, from procurement to logistics, has made the application of blockchain critical.

With more accurate data, businesses can make better decisions to reduce waste.

IMPROVE EFFICIENCY AND STAMP OUT FRAUD.

WAGER ON A DECENTRALISED LEDGER

At the core of Linfinity’s solution offering is the blockchain, a decentralised, distributed ledger that lives in the cloud and records contracts, transactions and events in an encrypted form.

While the most oft-cited use of blockchain technology currently is Bitcoin, blockchain has the potential for much wider application across industries.

Blockchain has been touted as a “transformational” or “foundational” technology — a game changer akin to how the Internet revolutionised information, the economy and society in the late 1990s.

Specifically, the use of blockchain technology in the supply chain industry offers these advantages:

· Enhanced transparency: A product’s journey can be documented from origin to destination, increasing trust among players in the ecosystem.

· Scalability: Any number of users can participate in the supply chain and transfer information to one another.

· Better security: A ledger, such as the blockchain, would self-regulate the system, improving on previous internal audit inefficiencies.

· Engaged stakeholders: Using an incentive model (e.g. tokens, cryptocurrency and a system of smart contracts that automates payments), it allows automation of payments and quick transactions, actively benefiting all parties involved.

· Increased innovation: Once a blockchain system is in place, smart contracts can be used to increase efficiency, integrating with the rest of the system.

PROTOTYPING THE FUTURE

As companies push ahead in a fast-changing environment, an agile, test-and-learn approach is key. Early this year, Linfinity commenced its Linfinity blockchain project, published a White Paper and started testing its service platform.

The firm also established Linfinity Talks, a global roadshow platform that demonstrates blockchain projects, and sought out strategic collaborations with various companies.

It has signed Memorandums of Understanding with companies in Singapore, the United Kingdom and Taiwan, with more lined up. These partnerships span different industries from finance and legal to logistics and fast-moving consumer goods. They will see Linfinity’s implementation of blockchain technology improving efficiency and transparency of supply chains.

This month, the company launched its own digital currency, Linfinity tokens (LFT) on Chinese-based exchange CoinEx.

Says Mr Lian: “We are serious about asserting ourselves as a player within the blockchain industry. With our launch on the market, we hope to be able to foster and encourage inter-platform trading with Linfinity tokens.”

TOWARDS INFINITE POSSIBILITIES

As hype about blockchain grows, so have the number of questions about its usage, limitations and potential applications. Even so, it is likely that the technology will take years — even decades — to mature, and its deepest implications may not be immediate.

The adoption of new technologies takes time, and needs the buy-in of policy makers, industries, corporations and end users.

Mr Lian notes that while blockchain remains a relatively new approach to supply chain management, companies need to anticipate government challenges and regulations ahead.

Nonetheless, blockchain’s decentralised nature makes it difficult for governments to intervene. They cannot totally ban access to blockchain, as they did with Facebook in China.

Mr Lian adds that even as Singapore’s government fine-tunes its registration processes and taxation, companies can rest assured that Singapore would embrace technological advancement, rather than preven t it.

After all, a future with greater transparency, efficiency and authenticity is a future worth building.

 

https://www.straitstimes.com/business/local-company-linfinity-offers-supply-chains-a-solution-to-combat-fraud

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A chain of possibilities: Looking into the future of Linfinity, the token industry, and Blockchain technology

Recently, Linfinity CEO Anndy Lian has been invited to an exclusive interview with Singapore Radio MONEY FM 89.3. He put forward a series of unique viewpoints on the development of blockchain, blockchain technology and the application of blockchain in supply chain industry.

The hype of cryptocurrency and blockchain has not died down ever since the Bitcoin craze in 2017, driving Bitcoin’s value up over 1000%. If anything, the industry and public interest in it is steadily growing, as many are drawn into what they see as an opportunity to catch the wave and get rich.

At the same time, it is because of this very hype, linked to poor understanding among the public, that many have been duped by cryptocurrency scams. This ultimately adds distrust, as well as disinterest amongst many towards the technology altogether.

Linfinity, a Singapore based platform which aims to graft blockchain’s technology into the supply industry just listed its own token onto Hong Kong based exchange CoinEx on 14 July. The primary goal of the company however lies not in the concept of trading, earning, and growing its token value but rather, to eradicate cases of counterfeiting and fake goods from the supply chain industry.

How can blockchain achieve this?

The two defining features of blockchain lies in being tamper proof as well as traceable. This means that with the incorporation of blockchain technology, all information of a supply chain, from merchant, to middleman, to consumer, is recorded and made traceable. The information can only be added on and cannot be deleted nor edited, making it so that all information on the chain to be true and accurate. More importantly, the system is decentralized, meaning that each party has access to the information, rather than having the information gathered in one location, making the system harder to break into and hack collectively.

If implemented properly, this is a huge step of progress for the supply chain business. Previously without blockchain technology, links within a supply chain were complex and not easily available to parties involved, especially to the consumers. As such, in a traditional chain system, the structure is vulnerable to hacking attacks where details such as production date, or the origin of the good may be altered. This naturally leads to the rampant case of false goods being distributed to the public – a serious problem.

Linfinity’s role in the industry

“The introduction of Linfinity will gradually lead to the disappearance of fake goods. Of this I am confident” said Anndy Lian, CEO of Linfinity, in his recent interview with MoneyFM. “The traditional physical anti-counterfeiting method is to confirm authenticity by scanning two-dimensional codes [which can be] easily copied and forged by counterfeiters” he says. “With the distributed characteristics of the blockchain, we can create our own unique certification mark and you can track and verify all the information your product upon scanning your special code”.

For those who are not in the loop, Linfinity is the world’s first ever platform which looks to use blockchain technology on distributed supply chains, and Anndy believes that this is a trend that is sure to take off sooner or later. “This technology is going to be something that is part of our everyday lives. Imagine it as something that industries literally all around the world have neglected.”

 Misconceptions and Education

Linking back to the opening paragraph, Lian also spoke briefly on the misconception surrounding blockchain, and why people automatically equate the technology with cryptocurrency. “The misunderstanding of the blockchain mainly comes from people’s ignorance of it” he said. There is therefore a need to educate the public on the nature of this technology, and to understand its distinction and relation to cryptocurrency.

As it is, Linfinity is only focusing on the development and progression of blockchain technology and does not intend to carry out ICO financing. “Blockchain technology is not just a money game where people can sit back and not do actual work. Those who still believe in that living in a bubble” Lian said. “The sooner everyone realizes this as a fact, the better” he added.

Looking forward

To date, Linfinity has launched its roundtable talk series, visiting Korea and Japan so far and will be moving out of Asia for their next stop, hosting it in UK. In efforts to spread the growth of blockchain technology, the company has also signed over 8 Memorandum of Understandings (MOUs) with various large companies, including RONGDE logistics, WealthBriefing Asia, as well as Alishan Group in Taiwan.

More prominently, Linfinity was part of the Asian Blockchain Summit (ABS) in Taiwan from 2-3rd July 2018. The event remains as one of the world’s most prolific blockchain summits to date, with over 8,000 participants comprising of blockchain enthusiasts, professionals, and political representatives. At the summit, Lian, along with other industry leaders gathered to discuss and analyze the industry ecology, as well as educate the public about the deeper implications and users of blockchain. 

The introduction of blockchain technology into our everyday lives has become an issue of ‘when’ rather than ‘how’ and Lian believes that this direction is the right way into the future: “Technology is progressing every day to make things safer, faster, and easier. As with all new tech, it may get some time to get used to, and we at Linfinity will try our best to educate everyone from industry leaders to the public about these shifts. Those who are unable to catch this wave will inevitably be left behind”.

The internet must have been confusing to everybody in the 1980’s, just as how blockchain may seem foreign and dangerous to many who are unfamiliar with it. Yet, no proof is needed today to justify that the internet has become an integral part of our lives. Similarly, it is only a matter of time before blockchain becomes an inherent facet of our day to day functions. Ultimately, Linfinity plans to serve as an industrial and social bridge, developing solutions to help businesses in varying industries grow and survive while embracing new technologies. The journey ahead might be long and tough but we have to start somewhere, and Linfinity is here to help you do just that.

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从溯源开始守护未来 让每一支疫苗都无懈可击

7 月 21 日,一篇名为《疫苗之王》的文章迅速在微信朋友圈传播,关注度已超千万。这篇文章把疫苗安全的问题推到风口浪尖。长生生物接连被曝出狂犬疫苗生产记录造假、百白破疫苗为“劣药”被处罚等丑闻,引起社会强烈关注,也引发公众对疫苗安全的焦虑。经过周末两天的发酵,多方媒体接力起底了长生生物等疫苗生产企业的过往,很多环节让人细思极恐,也将人们对疫苗生产领域乱象的不安情绪推到了顶点。

在忧虑和愤慨之余,我们也不得不重新审视接二连三的疫苗安全事件,寻求能够让公众满意的疫苗生产体系。对于重建信任,最好的方法就是让每一支疫苗的生产制造环节全程可追踪溯源,从而保证供应链生态的万无一失,从根本上杜绝作恶的可能性。

利用区块链技术,全力打造全球首个可信可追踪的防伪供应链,让生态中每个参与者都能真正放心,这正是Linfinity团队正在全力以赴做的事情。

卓越的底层区块链技术架构

Linfinity是以底层区块链技术为基础的创新供应链管理平台。其技术选择原则包含以下几个方面:

1.扩展性;

2.满足商业隐私需求;

3.满足快消品(药品、化妆品、烟、酒)防伪溯源数据上链和供应链中资金流转;

4.保障各类商品行业公共账本安全,且具备处理较为复杂业务逻辑的智能合约能力;

根据以上技术选择原则,Linfinity技术团队自主创新设计出可以为企业提供定制化供应链管理服务的架构。利用这种技术架构,对每一种药品实行全程上链监控,从生产、运输、分销到最后到达患者手中,实现全程的透明和合规,避免中间任一环节的造假可能性。

Linfinity:让每一支疫苗都无懈可击

目前在医药落地的区块链项目屈指可数,Linfinity前不久与新加坡致力于灵芝保健品研发生产的企业Scientific Tradition签署合作协议,利用Linfinity的区块链架构为其供应链管理进行改造。通过把药品流通的物联网区块链化,将采集到的数据信息存放在区块链网络上,以保证全程的透明化、不可篡改的特性,从而实现低成本、高效率的供应链管理。后续项目将会进行更加深入的结合。同时这也是一次积极的进军,为后续在医药行业企业的大规模铺设提供项目经验。

未来Linfinity将加强与医药领域公司的合作,通过区块链化物联网,使得激活的每个节点成为生态的组成部分,此种路径为医药行业提供了新的供应链解决方案,从而使药品的生产和流通渠道实现纯净安全。

LFT:庞大商业生态中的价值传导

要打造一套好的供应链,在品质管理、采购管理、信息管理以及物流管理等各个环节,保持信息的可信度及透明度是必不可少的。而这些细节的具体操作需要社区的参与者共同完成。因此除了共信力以外,配套的社区奖励也是不可或缺的。

LFT作为Linfinity的通证,是社区内商业经济活动的价值载体,承担奖励、兑换、流通、投资等数字货币功能。未来每个完成生态活动的行为都会获得LFT的奖励,以此保持社区的长期稳定和活跃度。

在供应链生态系统里,经济活动的主要参与者分为供应链上下游企业、C端用户、普通用户,企业需要花费一定的LFT实现商品上链传输,获得Linfinity生态的服务,同LFT DAPP实现商品价值的传递流转,而对应C端用户付出商业贡献,获得LFT的奖励反馈。同样,对于参与社区建设的用户,将获得LFT共建者系统的LFT奖励,反之从社区获取利益的用户则需要消耗LFT作为成本。通过紧密的联系和清晰的价值传递路径,LFT承担起生态的核心传导作用,也就意味着社区发展的红利都会以LFT市场价格的形式来体现出来。

从LFT上线交易后的表现来看,LFT涨幅达到10余倍,市场对于Linfinity具有极高的认可度和参与热情,这也是市场对于优质项目的认可。

区块链技术的创新之处就在于可以帮助企业解决很多传统技术手段无法解决的难题。目前整个区块链领域尚处于探索阶段。Linfinity团队以极具创新的技术和战略思维,正在开辟一条可信赖的防伪溯源道路,为各行各业提供让生态所有参与者都可以放心的体系,为构建公众与要素生产者以及监管者之间的坚实信任而努力。

技术带来美好生活,在Linfinity的努力下,愿以后各行各业都再也没有“疫苗之殇”。

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