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November 13, 2017, 08:51:02 PM
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An advisory committee to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is looking into the applicability of the blockchain and how it can be used within the agency.
According to a published report, the working group was established by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) in September. It was initially set up by the COAC and the Customs and Border Protection to determine issues relating to new technologies or the advancement of existing technologies, which will have an impact on trade.
The group came up with 14 proposed use cases. They included ideas such as capturing and keeping track of partnering government agencies licenses, permits, certificate of origin reporting and free trade agreement product qualifications, carnets and bonded movement tracking.



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November 13, 2017, 09:06:08 PM
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An advisory committee to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is looking into the applicability of the blockchain and how it can be used within the agency.
According to a published report, the working group was established by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) in September. It was initially set up by the COAC and the Customs and Border Protection to determine issues relating to new technologies or the advancement of existing technologies, which will have an impact on trade.
The group came up with 14 proposed use cases. They included ideas such as capturing and keeping track of partnering government agencies licenses, permits, certificate of origin reporting and free trade agreement product qualifications, carnets and bonded movement tracking.

That is awesome news for anybody who likes blockchains! Great stuff and I hope more agencies take it upon themselves to look into blockchains and how they can help serve their industry. I think blockchain will have a

profound effect on the world akin to how the internet has transformed the world.

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November 13, 2017, 09:06:46 PM
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An advisory committee to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is looking into the applicability of the blockchain and how it can be used within the agency.
According to a published report, the working group was established by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) in September. It was initially set up by the COAC and the Customs and Border Protection to determine issues relating to new technologies or the advancement of existing technologies, which will have an impact on trade.
The group came up with 14 proposed use cases. They included ideas such as capturing and keeping track of partnering government agencies licenses, permits, certificate of origin reporting and free trade agreement product qualifications, carnets and bonded movement tracking.

Blockchain technology will have many uses in the future, some uses that no one has thought of yet. The problem with this as it relates to Bitcoin is that any one or any government can use blockchain technology without Bitcoin.

The creators of Bitcoin are probably the first to use this technology, but anyone can replicate it. So this doesn’t necessarily benefit Bitcoin. It does show that the creators of Bitcoin were on the cutting edge of innovation.
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November 13, 2017, 09:14:19 PM
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Blockchain is an ultimate ledger that keeps your record kickin, no one can ever hack blockchain and its purpose is to save your files,identity, assets and documentation. that's whhy blockchain is the real big deal in our society in the next few years.
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November 13, 2017, 09:16:11 PM
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An advisory committee to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is looking into the applicability of the blockchain and how it can be used within the agency.
According to a published report, the working group was established by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) in September. It was initially set up by the COAC and the Customs and Border Protection to determine issues relating to new technologies or the advancement of existing technologies, which will have an impact on trade.
The group came up with 14 proposed use cases. They included ideas such as capturing and keeping track of partnering government agencies licenses, permits, certificate of origin reporting and free trade agreement product qualifications, carnets and bonded movement tracking.
Then this is a good step for U.S government that will merge to blockchain. the movement of every transaction is a big changer coz the security features of blockchain is highly recommended by many. they called it golden treasure ledger.

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November 13, 2017, 09:21:10 PM
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An advisory committee to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is looking into the applicability of the blockchain and how it can be used within the agency.
According to a published report, the working group was established by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) in September. It was initially set up by the COAC and the Customs and Border Protection to determine issues relating to new technologies or the advancement of existing technologies, which will have an impact on trade.
The group came up with 14 proposed use cases. They included ideas such as capturing and keeping track of partnering government agencies licenses, permits, certificate of origin reporting and free trade agreement product qualifications, carnets and bonded movement tracking.
Then this is a good step for U.S government that will merge to blockchain. the movement of every transaction is a big changer coz the security features of blockchain is highly recommended by many. they called it golden treasure ledger.

So long as it is not a move to centralize blockchain transactions it is better but if its intended to give the US government some sort of control over blockchain transactions and bitcoin then we will abhor it completely.



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November 13, 2017, 10:31:50 PM
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Well, I do not know how we can take this. In fact the people that are trying to put everything on a blockchain for no particular reason - that is the case here - are people that drive me angry, because we must fight people which are praising blockchain but not Bitcoin, those will put fiat money on a bank blockchain - Ripple anyone ? - and will fool people with a so-called decentralised tool.

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November 20, 2017, 06:18:53 AM
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An advisory committee to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is looking into the applicability of the blockchain and how it can be used within the agency.
According to a published report, the working group was established by the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) in September. It was initially set up by the COAC and the Customs and Border Protection to determine issues relating to new technologies or the advancement of existing technologies, which will have an impact on trade.
The group came up with 14 proposed use cases. They included ideas such as capturing and keeping track of partnering government agencies licenses, permits, certificate of origin reporting and free trade agreement product qualifications, carnets and bonded movement tracking.
**tsk** all those stuffs don’t even make sense to me anymore. They didn’t start all these things today, but where has it taken us? No where, it isn’t taking us no where. Even if they discover 14 Blockchain use cases, this is not the first time the government is knowing or hearing about the Blockchain or Bitcoin, they have known it for a long time and have been hearing about it.

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Well, I do not know how we can take this. In fact the people that are trying to put everything on a blockchain for no particular reason - that is the case here - are people that drive me angry, because we must fight people which are praising blockchain but not Bitcoin, those will put fiat money on a bank blockchain - Ripple anyone ? - and will fool people with a so-called decentralised tool.

They came up with good ideas.
This will make space-separated backup storage of data.
All data will be updated at the same time.
It will not be possible to lose data if at least one node is running.
This is protection against hackers.
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