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Can blockchain save the National Day golden week which is bursting every year?

Time : 31/01/2022 Author : vngfrk Click : + -
        According to the data of the National Bureau of statistics, since 2009, the number of domestic tourists and tourism income have maintained an annual growth level of more than 10%. Tourism is worthy of being a sunrise industry. Blockchain technology has been widely applied in the tourism industry from ticket chain, hotel reservation, travel insurance, commission settlement, and even solving traffic congestion. In July this year, at the "Digital Yunnan" blockchain International Forum, Ruan Chengfa, governor of Yunnan Province, and Qiu yuepeng, vice president of Tencent jointly announced a news: the electronic tickets of tourists on the "Yunnan Tour" platform will be blockchain. At the forum site, both parties jointly issued the first blockchain electronic invoice on this platform.
        It is the ticket of Yulong Snow Mountain, a landmark scenic spot in Yunnan Province, with an amount of 80 yuan. The combination of electronic tickets and electronic invoices makes it convenient for tourists to travel. In the broader ticketing market, blockchain technology also has great potential. The organizers and audiences of concerts and other performances have always hated scalpers and fake tickets. Therefore, some organizers often prohibit the resale of tickets, declare such tickets invalid, and even require the audience to buy tickets in their real names. However, there are many event organizers who do not want to "cut across the board" ticket resale. In some countries, resale of tickets is regarded as one of the rights of consumers, and the organizer has no right to interfere. Therefore, in addition to cracking down on scalpers' hoarding and bidding up ticket prices, some event organizers and government departments will not restrict the self Resale Behavior of ordinary audiences.
        Take the United Kingdom as an example. In 2017, the United Kingdom issued regulations to prohibit scalpers from hoarding tickets or using automatic software to swipe tickets. But at the same time, the UK also allows ordinary consumers to resell tickets freely. In addition, the British law also stipulates that ticket websites specializing in second-hand tickets must provide consumers with all the details of second-hand tickets, such as the true ticket certificate and the purchase order number. In the ticketing industry, the electronic ticket ensures that the entrant is the ticket purchaser through the dynamic two-dimensional code technology, which solves the problem of paper ticket counterfeiting. However, the dynamic two-dimensional code also limits the Resale Behavior of tickets. There are still many difficulties in reselling electronic tickets. The blockchain technology generated by digital currency is naturally suitable as a digital asset trading tool.
        Each ticket will also become a token on the chain. On the second-hand ticketing website assisted by the blockchain, the buyer can use the public key to verify the authenticity of the seller's tickets. After the seller receives the ticket payment, the smart contract will automatically transfer the token representing the ticket rights to the buyer. In addition, event organizers, second-hand trading platforms and regulatory agencies can also continue to monitor the circulation information of second-hand tickets through the blockchain system to crack down on potential scalpers, so as to protect the rights and interests of consumers and provide them with better services. In September 2018, tickets for the performance of Dutch comedian jochem myjer at the Royal Theater in Amsterdam were put on sale.
        Among them, 50000 tickets were sold through the blockchain ticketing platform guts. In October of the same year, the blockchain ticketing enterprise upgraded was acquired by Ticketmaster, an American ticket distributor. This means that blockchain technology has also begun to attract the attention of traditional ticketing platforms. In March 2019, the State Network Information Office released the first batch of 197 domestic blockchain information service filing numbers. First travel home (Guangzhou) blockchain Technology Co., Ltd. was among them. In fact, BTS home is one of the first hotel groups in China to explore the blockchain. In June 2018, it cooperated with bestapp to establish the first blockchain research center in the hotel industry.
        According to industrial and commercial data, BTS Home Inns (Guangzhou) blockchain Technology Co., Ltd. was established in July 2018, with Home Inns Chain Co., Ltd. and bestapp accounting for 60% and 40% of the shares respectively. Now, the point system has become the standard configuration of the membership system of major hotel groups. These points can be used to exchange for free accommodation, breakfast, upgrade room type and other scenarios. In the view of BTS home, excessive points, opaque information and lack of reasonable liquidity are common problems of most points products, and blockchain is expected to solve these problems. The chain points product realizes the issuance, management and circulation of points through the blockchain, ensuring that the points are distributed according to the provisions of the points alliance scheme, and cannot be increased indefinitely, so as to eliminate internal corruption.
        However, at present, the information of the chain points browser shows that the number of points transactions on this platform is very few, and often there is only one transaction information in a few days. In addition, most of these transactions are only conducted between several addresses. This means that the chain integration may still be in the internal testing stage. In the OTA (online tourism) market, some practitioners have used blockchain technology to reshape the hotel reservation industry. Tripio is one of the representatives. Tripio claims to be the first market platform in the world to provide decentralized travel services based on blockchain. It can provide users with global hotel reservation services and support digital currency payment. In the hotel reservation industry, the excessive Commission and long collection cycle of Ota platform have always been a headache for hotel practitioners.
        However, on the other hand, the operating cost of Ota platform is high, and it must also rely on high commissions. Tripio's approach is to try to directly connect hotels and consumers through the blockchain, and create a hotel reservation ecology that "no middlemen earn difference". "Through the blockchain technology, we move the entire registration, payment, transaction, credit, complaint and dispute resolution system of accommodation reservation to the smart contract; we also link the reviews and other information of each hotel, which means that all information cannot be fake." Tripioceo Shen Wei said in an interview with TBO. However, tripio still has no better solution to the problems of traffic and customer acquisition.
        The blockchain OTA platform still has a long way to go. In the tourism industry, it is not only hotel owners who are troubled by high commissions and long collection cycles. Travel agencies, scenic spots and other practitioners also suffered. Take the group tour as an example. When tourists place an order on the OTA platform, the travel agency needs a long period to receive the settlement fee. For practitioners in hotels, transportation and scenic spots downstream of the industrial chain, the collection period is longer. Travelport, a NASDAQ listed company and B2B travel service platform, announced in August this year that it will pay commissions for travel agencies and hotels through the hyperledger blockchain project.
        In terms of technical architecture, travelport has established an alliance chain with its cooperating hotels and travel agencies. With the open, transparent and decentralized nature of the blockchain, travelport and its partners can complete reconciliation more conveniently, and the time and labor costs are greatly reduced. From hotel reservation at the C-end to industrial collaboration at the b-end, the underlying architecture of the tourism industry is being reshaped by the blockchain. In the field of travel, blockchain technology also has more applications. Take aviation accident insurance as an example. In the insurance industry, the nature of aviation accident insurance is special & mdash& mdash; As long as there is no accident on the plane, there will be no claim.
        And the civil aviation passenger plane crash is an extremely low probability event, which is difficult to find even if the customer buys fake insurance. Therefore, aviation insurance has always been the "disaster area" of insurance fraud. While the blockchain aviation insurance can track the whole process of the card form from the source to the customer with the help of the traceability ability of the blockchain. Participants can not only check the authenticity of the card slip, ensure the authenticity and uniqueness of the card slip, but also simplify the subsequent claim settlement process. In 2016, sunshine insurance tested the water blockchain and cooperated with Bubi blockchain to launch "blockchain + aviation accident insurance card form" & mdash& mdash; "Flying often benefits". Take flight delay insurance as an example. With the smart contract function of the blockchain, the claim settlement process of flight delay insurance is greatly simplified.
        At present, many insurance companies, including AXA, have introduced blockchain technology into such products. Recently, the outline for building a transportation power issued by the state proposes to vigorously develop intelligent transportation and promote the deep integration of new technologies such as big data, Internet, artificial intelligence, blockchain and supercomputing with the transportation industry. As early as December 2017, the China Communications Information Center under the Ministry of transport, the China information and Communication Research Institute of the Ministry of industry and information technology, the China Internet transport industry innovation alliance and other institutions jointly launched the transport chain network with enterprises. It aims to combine Internet, Internet of things and other technologies, connect the government, enterprises and other industrial entities in the industrial chain, and combine transport equipment such as vehicles and ships and infrastructure such as roads, bridges and stations to build a modern transport network.
        On the basis of ensuring the openness and transparency of data flow, the blockchain can protect the rights and interests of data assets, improve the operation efficiency of intelligent transportation and reduce traffic congestion. In the future vision of the Internet of vehicles, every vehicle will be connected to the Internet. The blockchain is expected to provide credit support for the core information of vehicles. For example, the complete lifeline information of vehicles, such as auto repair and auto parts, vehicle management, auto manufacturer, car rental, insurance and other information, can be saved on the chain. In addition, the vehicle's violation information and fault information can also be stored on the blockchain for the traffic management department to read, or provide auxiliary evidence for second-hand vehicle transactions.
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