Supply chain: a system of organizations, people, activities, information and resources involved in moving a physical or digital product or service between suppliers and consumers. BanQu’s blockchain technology transforms supply chain management through efficiency and transparency.
What is Blockchain Really?
Blockchain is not a cryptocurrency – it can power cryptocurrency. It also powers companies throughsupply chain management, records management and compliance activities. Blockchain technology is a digital ledger that ensures everyone who participates in a transaction gets a fixed, reliable, transparent and secure copy of that transaction.
What Does it Mean to Be Unbanked?
Unbanked: individuals who lack credit history (refugees, the displaced and homeless, and the world’s poorest) and are excluded from the global economy. BanQu’s supply chain management blockchain platform works to turn cyclical poverty into a circular economy.
Blockchain for Records Management
BanQu creates a 360-degree economic profile through training, employment history and referral or loyalty systems using a cutting edge blockchain solution. We enable individuals and businesses to grow their brands, keep their workforce happy and generate more income.
Blockchain for the Public Sector
BanQu helps public sector organizations better connect with the people they serve and treat everyone with fairness and dignity. Our cutting edge blockchain platform works to streamline systems, data, knowledge and resources so you can work better.
Blockchain for Supply Chain Management
Accurate sourcing, tracking and compliance are some potential roadblocks in the supply chain journey. Brands solve these and many other problems with unprecedented traceability and transparency using BanQu—a cutting edge blockchain solution.
BanQu Case Study
BanQu Launches Trailblazing Partnership with Anheuser-Busch InBev to Revolutionize Supply Chain Transparency in Zambia. The partnership is focused on creating transparency and traceability in the cassava crop value chain by providing economic empowerment to 2,000 of the region’s small-scale farmers.
The Distributed Economy: Four Ways Blockchain Can Transform MSMEs in Emerging Markets
Together, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) are the largest employers in many developing countries, yet their viability suffers from limited access to savings, insurance, credit equity and payments services.
For years, I existed to the world as a number on a piece of paper. A block of ink coded into a computer. A statistic that regulated the dispersal of rations and care I received. This was my only verifiable identity while I was a refugee in Kenya.