With the cost of goods only going up and the increased scarcity of quality workers and resources, saving money and time in your day-to-day business operations is paramount. Therefore, adopting blockchain technology into your traditional day-to-day business operations is key to giving you back valuable time, saving you money, creating less dependency on workers, and modernizing your business operations for good. There are many ways blockchain technology can help you and your business save money and resources, but one profound way is through the use of smart contracts.

Smart contracts are software contracts that execute predefined logic based on the parameters coded into the system. Smart contracts are digital agreements that automatically run transactions between parties, increasing speed, accuracy, and integrity in payment and performance. In addition, smart contracts are legally enforceable if they comply with contract law.

The smart contract aims to provide transactional security while reducing surplus transaction costs. In addition, smart contracts can automate the execution of an agreement so that all parties are immediately sure of the outcome without the need for intermediary involvement. For example, instead of hiring a department to handle contract review and purchasing, your business can run smart contracts that enforce the same procedures more effectively at substantial cost savings. In addition, your business can use smart contracts to manage your corporate documents, regulatory compliance procedures, cross-border financial transactions, real property ownership, supply management, and the chronology of ownership of your business IP, materials, and licenses.

Finance and banking are prime examples of industries that have benefited from smart contract applications. Smart contracts track corporate spending, stock trading, investing, lending, and borrowing. Smart contracts are also used in corporate mergers and acquisitions and are frequently used to configure or reconfigure entire corporate structures.

Below is an illustration of how smart contracts work:

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As you can imagine, blockchain technology and smart contracts are still developing. They do have some roadblocks and implementational challenges. Still, these pitfalls and hassles cannot take away from the many benefits blockchain technology offers to businesses needing to save money and resources.

FP Complete Corporation has direct experience working with blockchain technologies (learn more here), most recently the Levana NFT launch, which relied on blockchain technology written by one of our engineers. Previously, one of our senior engineers released a video titled “How to be Successful at Blockchain Development,” highlighting our expertise in this area in detail. If you want to learn more about how we can help you with blockchain technology, please contact us today.

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