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Research on the information security of sharing economy customers based on block chain technology

  • Shuyang XiaoEmail author
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Abstract

Sharing economy is a new paradigm based on technical means to improve the efficiency of the use of idle resources. The integration of various elements and resource allocation mechanism has become an important measure to improve efficiency and enhance service. Block chaining has the characteristics of no central control system, and can automatically execute intelligent contracts. The block chain operation has become the most widely used method in economic development, because of the great change of block chain technique to traditional transaction means and economic model. In recent years, with the emergence of the shared economic model Airbnb and Uber, there are still many problems in the process of its development, especially the problem of customer information security, which seriously hinders the development of the shared economic model. Block chain operation can solve this problem well, so block chain operation promotes the creation of shared economy mode. This paper mainly discusses the problem of customer information security of shared economy based on regional chain technology. First, the relationship between regional chain technology and shared economy is analysed. Secondly, the security problems facing customer information in the shared economy are discussed. Finally, some strategies and suggestions for information protection are given.

Keywords

Block chain technology Sharing economy Customer information protection Safety analysis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Economics and ManagementTsinghua UniversityBeijingChina

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