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Blockchain technology adopted by Oil tanker trade which consolidates the process

by Joel Picardo

Oil organizations, merchants, and banks are thinking to adopt blockchain technology for taking care of bills of filling, which are verifying cargo documents in exchanging commodities. This development may diminish printed material, cut expenses, and kill blunders, in the end bringing about higher benefits.

Alistair Cross the one who runs operations on the global level for Mercuria Energy Group, told Bloomberg:

“The way we do our title transfers and post-trade execution is very heavy on paperwork. And the paperwork hasn’t really evolved over the last couple of hundred years.”

Mercuria Energy is connected to a blockchain-oriented consortium that incorporates oil merchants Gunvor Group, Koch Supply. Trading; oil majors BP, Royal Dutch Shell, and Statoil ASA; and loan specialists Societe Generale, ING Groep, and ABM Amro are part of blockchain-oriented consortium as per our sources.

According to Bittmint, the organizations have just led different things with their blockchain stage for physical product exchange. A tanker of oil was sold three times before arriving at the destination. It took 25 minutes to verify the transactions.

Souleïma Baddi who is managing director at Societe Generale’s Swiss division confirms:

“In our linw of business, you have people reviewing transactions across the world. [With a blockchain system], people will be more efficient with their tasks — directly onto their phone or iPad where they do their job.”

Depending on human nature it takes a lot of time to arrange the contract and verify the documents which even causes typical mistakes. Adopting to blockchain technology will reduce this work and again increase the rate of unemployment.

Anthony van Vliet, trade commodity finance chief at ING Groep, stated:

“Clearly, these jobs will be affected. If ultimately there are savings, it will mean you could do the same work with fewer people.”

According to David Shrier, CEO of behavioral analytics firm Distilled Analytics, the first to lose their jobs will be professionals working in logistics, finance, operations, and accounting.

According to Bittmint sources, it can cause a lot of people to lose their job as it will result they would find in finance, logistics department later on. Also, it will cause a huge unemployment rate in the particular area.

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