Block Ticket

Ultimate ticketing platform powered by blockchain

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Technologies Used

graphql
HyperLedger
nodeJS

Project Team

Sibelius Seraphini
Entrepreneur Developer
sibelius
Entrepreneur Developer
Rafael Turk
Developer Entrepreneur
Lucas Bento
Entrepreneur Developer

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About

Blockchain booking *** Additional Documentation *** https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1NWUnpFZ8WAcTQI8-pcwxzYnj4sJLWMYM-Rlv3ZvQb88/edit?usp=sharing *** Block.Ticket allows Airline industry and all its stakeholders to use a common and trustful platform to book and issue tickets. Customers can also benefit from a trustful global platform without the hassle or annoyances of encryption keys. Flight seats are created as tokens in hyperledger. Upon creation seats are not assigned to any user. This means that they are vacant... When seats are purchased they are immediately and uniquely assigned to a user. Customer information is also stored in hyperledger and linked to the seat. Customer information is managed by the Airline that sold the ticket and can be shared with border control, customs or even other airlines when flights are shared. The airline that operates the flight remains in control of its seats and can manage them if necessary. Airlines can update flight information, departure date. Airlines can even cancel and remove seats from the blockchain pool. Seats, users, tickets are smart contracts and are managed via chaincode. Airlines share a common blockchain pool so they can exchange seats solving the codeshare problem. Airlines or even trusted agents can combine their own assets or assets from other stakeholders to create better offerings. Airlines can allow external stakeholders to view or even access their assets in the block chain. Since transactions are secured via blockchain they can be used and trusted by other stakeholders for complementary services. Platform runs in a Private, secure, hyperledger cloud Airlines can run their own nodes or delegate to a third party cloud provider while keeping all the control using authentication

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