Australia and Singapore Trials Blockchain For Cross-Border Trade
Crypto Guide
Live News

Keeping up with all the cryptocurrency news and updates is not an easy task, but we are up to the challenge! This way we can help our readers to keep track of changes in these fast growing currencies. Just like our site, lambo2btc.com is willing to face this challenge and on their site, they compile the features, key elements, and recent news involving bitcoin casino sites and which are the best to try!

Australia and Singapore Trials Blockchain For Cross-Border Trade

November 25, 2020      Jafrin Ahmed

Australia and Singapore are set for trialing the digital verification systems using the blockchain technology. The blockchain trailing has already begun between the Australian Border Force, the Singapore Customs, and the Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). The blockchain trial between the two countries intends to make international trade simpler.

Australia and Singapore Cross-Border Trade

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Australian Industry Group, ANZ Banking Group, and other Singaporean financial institutions that are unnamed will also take part in the trial.

Australian Border Force Commissioner Michael Outram believes that the blockchain trialing will further help in improving collaboration with Singapore to improve cross-border trade, saying:

“The ABF welcomes the opportunity to collaborate further with Singapore to improve cross-border trade between our countries. In addition to our efforts internationally, this initiative will incorporate paperless trading and secure, the digital exchange of trade information as part of the future architecture and design of an Australian Trade Single Window.”

The blockchain trial will use two digital verification systems in the trial- the ABF’s Intergovernmental Ledger (IGL) and IMDA’s TradeTrust. As per the roadmap of Australia’s blockchain, the Intergovernmental Ledger was built to digitize the validation process.

READ  Binance.US Cites Ripple XRP As Future Of Banking Remittance Services

Australia’s National Blockchain Roadmap contains 12 signposts. The first signposts see that the National Blockchain Advisory Committee should be formalized and renamed to the National Blockchain Roadmap Steering Committee. Another signpost contains that the establishment of a group comprised of government blockchain users.

Blockchain Can Increase Trade Efficiency

The ABF expects that the use of blockchain will reduce administration costs and increase trade efficiency. The single trade window is expected to provide a central location for traders to submit all regulatory documents.

The result from the blockchain trial will be fed into the supply chain working group’s discovery report under the national blockchain roadmap. Exporters and regulators can also provide constructive feedback regarding how their experience went on the blockchain trialing.

#Australia #Australian Border Force #Blockchain Technology #Blockchain trial #Cross-border trade #IMDA #Singapore #Singapore Customs
Jafrin Ahmed
Jafrin Ahmed

Jafrin is a cryptocurrency journalist/researcher fascinated by the world of decentralization. She is hopeful towards blockchain’s innovation and its potential to reshape the world for good. Being a HODLer she takes a keen interest in following the volatile Bitcoin charts. Currently, she is bringing out the best of cryptosphere via covering the latest ins and outs of the blockchain space.