Internet Plus Blockchain E-ID
Dispute Resolution Governance
Powered by the digital Belt and Road Blockchain, and under Hong Kong's Electronic Transaction Ordinance (ETO - Cap 553), the consortium facilitates transnational digitisation of trade facilitation and financial services by reducing the cost of resolving cross-border electronic identity (E-ID) disputes along the Belt and Road.
E-ID Public Certification Authority and Self-Sovereign Identity Dispute Resolution Under the Belt and Road Initiative. Our User Signed E-ID Requirement (USER) Standards are designed to be compatible with the 2006 UNCITRAL Model Law.
A Hong Kong-initiated open, inclusive and bottom-up ICANN-like Governance structure for Internet Plus Blockchain digitized trade services. A single, trademark-aware Cross-Border Governance Structure for Corporate Digital Identity to Blockchain-Wallet Resolution Services.
A Collaborative Consortium
As part of the Smart Contracts Initiative, on the 28th July 2016, at the Blockchain Strategies for Business conference, the consortium's founder and Chief Architect Pindar Wong made an open call for participation to form an 'ICANN'-like body to facilitate the digitization of trade along the 65 Belt and Road Economies. Monthly meetings are held in Hong Kong on the last Thursday of each month.
As 1/3 of the Belt and Road Economies follow the Muslim-faith, the first application of our Electronic-ID Dispute Resolution Process is to provide Shariah-compliant provenance for the trading of Halal-products along the Belt and Road (an open Halal Blockchain that implements Mudaraba, Musharaka, Murabaha, Ijara, Istisna'a, and Salam Islamic financing techniques). Additionally the Consortium will assist with Digital Green Finance to support greening of the Belt and Road Initiative. Together they define a Halal and Green Blockchain.
The consortium will provide input to the development of a Belt and Road Trade Arbitration framework.
'Provable Sustainability' (CM) in Fully Digital Manufacturing, Trade and Retail
Smart Contract Standards
For trade that originates or terminates along the 65 Belt and Road economies, the consortium is technically neutral but develops buy-side business standards for Electronic-ID Disputed Resolution Processes and standardized interoperable smart contract standards that increase trust and transparency in cross-border trade.