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丰田汽车通过Securitize拥有的BUILD完成区块链身份测试

2020-3-18 15:51

 

昨天,日本区块链咨询公司BUIDL宣布,它与丰田区块链实验室合作完成了一项针对车辆和个人身份的区块链试验。


丰田区块链实验室是丰田集团内部建立的虚拟组织。本周早些时候,丰田宣布将扩大区块链计划的覆盖范围,并寻求与外部合作伙伴的合作。


丰田和BUIDL测试了基于自我主权身份概念的个人区块链ID基础架构,使消费者能够管理他们的个人数据。BUIDL表示,个人ID将来可以用于丰田集团公司内部和其他公司。该基础设施支持创建个人id、使用证书对用户进行身份验证,以及使用分散身份(DiD)对合同进行数字签名。附加功能包括使用个人ID进行身份验证,而不是使用用户ID和密码进行支付处理。


另一方面,通过建立车辆ID平台来记录车辆的保养和所有权等信息。这两个系统并行工作,连接车辆ID和个人ID,从而根据查看和所有权访问车辆信息。


车辆识别系统使用公共和私有网络,基于所需的数据验证类型。有一个企业区块链联盟,用于在制造商、维修中心和二手经销商之间共享数据。这个连接到基础的区块链,我们相信它是公共以太坊。


但消费者方面,可能涉及汽车租赁或共享和保险公司,使用第2层区块链来处理,这是用来在公共区块链上实现隐私和可扩展性。


BUIDL和丰田与区块链安全公司Quantstamp合作,该公司通常审计智能合同。


在吸引了日本对安全令牌行业的浓厚兴趣后,总部位于旧金山的证券化公司收购了BUIDL,以扩大其能力。一些证券化投资者是野村证券、三菱ufj金融集团、印度国家银行和电信巨头KDDI。


上周,证券化宣布BUIDL为日本LIFULL和LIFULL Social Funding创建了一个房地产众筹平台。


与此同时,丰田正从移动性的角度来看待区块链。该汽车制造商的集团公司此前曾尝试过区块链的区块链债券和能源交易。


在车辆识别方面,MOBI联盟是一个引人注目的倡议,目前正在开发区块链车辆识别标准(VID)。该财团的成员包括宝马(BMW)、福特(Ford)、雷诺(Renault)、通用汽车(GM)和本田(Honda)等。丰田不是MOBI的成员。然而,MOBI的创始人兼首席执行官Chris Ballinger在丰田工作了15年,从丰田研究所移动服务主管的职位上退休。

 

Yesterday, Japanese blockchain consultancy BUIDL announced it completed a blockchain trial for vehicle and personal identity in collaboration with Toyota Blockchain Lab. BUIDL was acquired by the tokenization firm Securitize late last year. 

Toyota Blockchain Lab is the virtual organization established within the Toyota Group. Earlier this week, Toyota announced it was looking to widen the reach of its blockchain initiatives and sought collaboration with external partners. 

Toyota and BUIDL tested a personal blockchain ID infrastructure based on the concept of self-sovereign identity to enable consumers to manage their personal data. BUIDL said the personal ID could be used within the Toyota Group companies and with other firms in the future. The infrastructure enabled the creation of personal IDs, authentication of users using certificates, and digital signing of contracts using decentralized identity (DiD). Additional functionality includes payment processing by using personal ID for authentication as opposed to a user id and password. 

On the other hand, the vehicle ID platform was built to record vehicle information such as maintenance and ownership. The two systems work parallel to link vehicle ID and personal ID enabling access to vehicle information based on viewing and ownership rights. 

The vehicle ID system uses a public and a private network, based on the type of data verification required. There’s an enterprise blockchain consortium used for sharing data between manufacturer, repair centers, and second hand dealers. This bridges to the base blockchain, which we believe is public Ethereum. 

But the consumer side, which might involve car rental or sharing and an insurer, is dealt with using a Layer 2 blockchain, which is used to enable privacy and scalability on public blockchains. 

BUIDL and Toyota worked with blockchain security firm Quantstamp which typically audits smart contracts. 

San Francisco-based Securitize acquired BUIDL in a bid to scale its capability after attracting significant Japanese interest in the security token sector. Some of Securitize investors are Nomura, MUFG, SBI, and telecoms giant KDDI. 

Last week, Securitize announced that BUIDL created a real estate crowdfunding platform for Japan’s LIFULL and LIFULL Social Funding. 

Meanwhile, Toyota is looking at blockchain from a mobility standpoint. Group companies of the automaker have previously trialed blockchain for blockchain bonds and energy trading.

 In terms of vehicle identity, the MOBI consortium is a high-profile initiative currently working on developing blockchain vehicle identity standard (VID). Participants of the consortium include BMW, Ford, Renault, GM and Honda, among others. Toyota is not a member of MOBI. However, MOBI founder and CEO Chris Ballinger spent 15 years at Toyota, retiring as the Director of Mobility Services for the Toyota Research Institute. 

 

来自: Ledger Insights