Unita is your blockchain service provider utilizing open-source software to provide solutions for enterprise-level applications for a variety of industries
Build a consortium architecture with one blockchain and multiple side-chains, coupling with one-click deployment, cross-chain trading, data management, and other modules. Our diversified supporting tools make us a one-stop blockchain enterprise service
Enjoy Unita’s unique advantages like fast deployment, stable performance, and unsurpassed platform security
Quickly launch a blockchain network based on your needs and deploy decentralized applications
We provide all the blockchain development tools you need, including a complete SDK and various libraries, so developers can start building immediately
We’ve made a decentralized storage solution for enterprise data, ensuring your information is secure and hasn’t been tampered
We provide templates for common decentralized applications, reducing your development costs and saving you time
Experience up to ten thousand transactions per second, with transaction confirmation times lowered to one second
Unita is compatible with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Qtum and more so you can seamlessly connect to the largest public blockchain ecosystems
We offer blockchain explorers and multi-platform wallet solutions
We support various token protocols, including ERC20, ERC721, and more
Use smart contracts to flexibly adjust authorized nodes, the block size, block time, and other parameters
Connect each blockchain system and build bridges to transfer value across ecosystems
The scale of cross-border trade has continued to grow with globalization. However, cross-border payment solutions such as the SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) model face high intermediary costs, low payment efficiency, long confirmation times, little security, and other issues. With blockchain technology, a set of standard agreements on a distributed ledger for financial transactions can be established among business parties. Cross-border P2P financial transactions between banks, enterprises, and individuals can be realized through weak centralization of the ledger. These ledgers can achieve higher efficiency, lower costs, and safer payment performance than current solutions.
The insurance industry faces problems including inaccurate claims, fraudulent claims, and a general lack of mutual trust between clients and customers. Due to customer identity verification requirements and the review process for claims settlements, the industry currently faces high labor costs. Through data traceability, tamper-resistance, and other characteristics, blockchain technology will ensure the accuracy of the full chain of insurance data. With the combination of smart contract technology, claims will be fast and automatic, which will improve customer satisfaction.
In supply chain logistics, there are many touchpoints from production to sales, and each step has the possibility of incorporating in fake or inferior goods. Using blockchain technology, businesses can give each product a unique 'ID'. In combination with technologies such as IoT sensors and anti-counterfeiting labels, the provenance of goods can be tracked from raw materials, production, packaging, distribution, sales, and post-sale making the entire process transparent.
In recent years, welfare programs have been exposed to a series of scandals, facing a large amount of distrust from the public. Through the blockchain technology, the transparency and traceability of the welfare programs can be realized. Public transparency of funds greatly enhances the authority and trust of the public welfare platform.
Medical records face many issues such as irregular records, inconsistent formats, and non-sharing of data. Through blockchain technology, major hospitals, insurance providers, and regulatory agencies can establish a distributed electronic medical record sharing database to realize decentralized recording and storage of medical record data, so that patients can achieve better care.
Member loyalty point systems have always been a relatively effective means of user acquisition and retention. However, the points system also faces issues such as poor liquidity of points, low use value and insufficient user interest. The issuance of loyalty points on a blockchain has the advantages of open and transparent rules, a relatively constant flow of points, and a substantial expansion of circulation scenarios. It can also effectively eliminate data tampering in transactions, avoid system gaming risks, and promote more beneficial interactions between business organizations and consumers.