As part of the video conference “Use cases and blockchain projects for mobility”, experts confirmed that blockchain technology has the potential to accelerate mobility solutions. This was reported by the Ibercaja Foundation in Spain.
The meeting marked the sixth presentation in the Urban Mobility and Covid-19 cycle, which aims to disseminate the mobility challenges people and businesses are facing due to the impact of the pandemic.
As reported on the Ibercaja website, The participants expressed the importance of the blockchain in view of the new mobility. ‘We face a number of challenges where the role of this technology is crucial in facilitating access to mobility services, improving infrastructure, combating climate change or alliances between different actors with the aim of improving the lives of citizens”They explained.
Blockchain Aragon President Daniel Labeaga was the one who opened a video conference and announced that a series of webinars would be held with Mobility City to promote blockchain technology and its application in mobility.
Luis Pastor, partner at Grant Thornton, also spoke about the importance of this technology: “It enables the exchange of values between two or more participants without the need for intermediaries”. He also stressed that the traceability of the goods has added value. This is: “Avoid or reduce costs, optimize and ensure collaboration and ensure that all links are represented”.
Tom Horsey, Co-Founder of Connected Mobility Hub, presented a hands-on overview of the role of startups in the context of blockchain technology and commented on use cases in mobility trends such as: “Wifly an example of e-bike fleet funding, a car sharing application and certification the use of car pools “.
On the other hand, Felipe Santi, CTO at Sismotur, analyzed secondary markets for tickets and transport tickets with blockchain.
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