UNDERSTAND MORE ABOUT THE THINKIUM DISTRIBUTED BUSINESS ECOSYSTEM.

Introduction.

The following outlines several typical business applications based on the Thinkium

distributed business ecosystem.

1.Distributed e-commerce

Distributed e-commerce refers to a trusted and affirmative supply and demand

network based on Thinkium blockchain technology. In this mutual trust network, the

behaviors of each participant are assessed according to the standards of consensus,

and at the same time, they can be autonomous per under the rules of consensus

collaborate and exchange value.

This is a new type of "demand-supply" relationship. User data of all participants is

recorded on the chain, and the supplier (value creator) of the goods or services can

directly communicate, collaborate and exchange value with consumers through a

trusted community.

The concept of consumption as an investment makes the two

parties close community of interests. In such a new mutual trust distributed

e-commerce network, the collaboration friction between the participating parties has

been greatly reduced, and the collaboration efficiency has been greatly improved. The

trusted collaboration network and real ID system built on Thinkium make the value of

each role more reasonably allocated and continuously stored, to achieve their

capability upgrade and role transformation.

Consumers (users): At the same time, they are also multiple roles such as marketing
promoters, brand designers, content producers, service providers, and investors, and
enjoy multiple benefits. First, based on the on-chain traceability system, consumers
can obtain products and services of better quality. Second, users can accumulate

points for various consumption and promotion behaviors and obtain tokens. Based on

the token economic system, they can participate in the benefits of brands and malls.

Dividends; third, the user’s data assets are confirmed, cross-mall, cross-brand owners,
and cross-business applications are authorized to use, security is guaranteed, and data
assets are realized in various ways; fourth, users are free to choose to participate in

community co-construction and branding Co-construction, co-construction of services,

etc.

2. Distributed production collaboration.

Distributed production collaboration refers to the integration of the supply side based
on Thinkium blockchain technology to form a network-wide collaborative and
efficient operation of R & D, manufacturing, and manufacturing networks. In raw
materials, production, processing, design, R & D, pricing, brand promotion, and other
links, each participant collaborates autonomously to provide products and services

and determine the final benefits according to the value of their respective contributions.

This is a new type of production collaboration network relationship. Each supplier and

service provider in the collaboration network is an independent production node, and
its production and operation data can be stored and managed in a centralized server.

Key business data, settlement information, node information and summary can be

recorded on the chain and authorized access, to form a high degree of interconnection

on the chain between each supply-side and demand side. Dynamic data regulation and

precise matching, to achieve production and customization are required. Upstream

and downstream can achieve cooperation without a large number of communication

costs and physical contracts and can realize dynamic collaborative production of the

supply chain, mutual payment settlement, and automatic completion according to

consensus rules and agreements on the chain. The payment period of the supplier’s
payment can be greatly shortened while ensuring sufficient production efficiency and
extremely low waste of resources.

Besides, based on the credible relationship between
upstream and downstream, and the sharing, transparency, and credibility of
demand-side information, Manufacturers can obtain upstream material supply in
advance utilizing goods financing, and upstream can also lock downstream orders by

issuing tokens and token asset circulation.

3.Distributed Finance

Distributed finance refers to the provision of a license-free financial service

ecosystem based on Thinkium. The occurrence of any financial activity does not

require any centralized authority. It can be done directly on both the supply and

demand sides and can be used by anyone.

Distributed finance based on Thinkium’s underlying infrastructure can achieve:

(a) Allow financial services to be completed under intermediaries. The general

public’s needs for financial services include: savings, loans, transactions, insurance

and other financial services, which can be implemented in DAPP applications

developed on Thinkium, and support mass users to achieve high-efficiency Financial

Services.

(b) Assets on the chain can be freely interchanged. Assets on the public chain of any

industry based on Thinkium can flow freely within the Thinkium ecosystem without

being restricted by asset types, regions, industries, etc., which can make the entire

distributed finance more efficient
.

Not only higher than the efficiency of traditional

financial services, but also higher than any related applications in the field of

distributed finance, and truly realize decentralized finance.

(c) Help promote large-scale distributed business ecosystems to create better products

and services. For example, for some small, medium and micro-enterprise brands or

individual operators
, their credit and value can be more accurately measured based on

trusted operating data recorded on the chain To make it easier to obtain financial
services to promote productivity; for participants in the supply chain involved in
production collaboration, upstream and downstream can solve the problem of
financing difficulties and expensive financing for small and medium-sized enterprises
through goods financing.

4. Distributed Virtual Economy.

In the virtual world of the Internet, digital assets belong to a centralized platform

organization. In a distributed virtual economy, digital assets such as account systems

and data truly belong to users, so more possibilities can be born. For example,

traditional game development is mainly centered on the center in a distributed virtual

economy, assets in the game are confirmed on the chain, and gold coins and points in

the game can communicate with each other inside and outside the game, thereby

building an open game ecosystem.

Organizations or individuals can be based on The
existing game further develops derivative content, and even if the original game

development organization has been shut down, there is an opportunity to continue to

maintain the operation and iteration of the game.

Thinkium’s linear and scalable technical characteristics can support the birth of

Internet-level gaming applications in a distributed virtual economy.

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