A Blockchain for CRM and ERP

For the CRM blockchain with identity confirmation % validated by multiple oracles, from Government and Banking, the broadcasting of demand on the blockchain, which signals buy intentions may allow simultaneous execution in ERP applications where supply side trades are matched on a distributed exchange and then sold to the highest bidder.

Auto-risk computations, risk rating purchasers as apt in extracting high yield tokens (bonds), and notes may lead to democratic decision in change cultures embedded in enterprise organizational theory for confirming differentiation in design and delivery.

Market functions would no longer follow on economics relating to supply and demand curves, but would instead structure around freedom of expression and shared wealth. Workplace delivery from ERP systems will be welcomed by Interfaces to IoT devices rather than humans. In home voting on values and purpose is the future of interactive television drives manufacturing from the backend rather than the demand side via CRM/Social media implementations and computational expressions of financial distribution bound by only the limits of technical innovation and established centralized rails for data and payment, at present.

Factories of distributed agreements from desperate parties linked and confirmed on a blockchain will eliminate a mired of white collar jobs. Blue collar jobs are already being replaced by smart cars and 3D printing.

Connecting financial markets in a zero-sum game causes re-thinking of the established Porter theory, where all five forces are being disrupted by Blockchain because the current system sick and broken, and this is a pretty good fix philosophy for distributed ledgers.

Unfortunately, the number of new entrants, let’s call them intermediaries, keeps climbing, are re-branded VC’s with platforms going to take your ICO to the Moon? If a startup cannot raise funds for their project without a billboarding of the top 20 super crypto star’s, surely there is something bad with the short-term objectives of the project. For example, would you pay 50 Bitcoin to ICO your start-up? Would you mask your application as a banking application by not letting everyone know your real mode of operandi? It’s happening and will be the very problem that will cause bubbles and despair, not forgetting the long arm of the law.

If you’re putting in a few hundred dollars into an ICO, then please do consider not complaining about losing your money, unless the ICO can demonstrate a sales pipeline and a go to market strategy that actually fixes something and trades itself as openly as possible, whilst also ensuring payback, within the very smart contracts that they are selling you.


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