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Application of Smart Contracts in Online Product Procurement

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In this work, a platform for the acquisition of online products is presented, where companies finally offer merchandise, so that users can buy from the comfort of their homes, taking into account that each of the parties will ensure compliance with the service. For this, the concept of smart contract is applied, which guarantees the correct execution of the agreement during the process, this based on blockchain technology, which provides confidence in the assurance of information.

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Vásquez, J.D.G., Marín, C.E.M., García, P.A.G., Fuente, J.P. (2022). Application of Smart Contracts in Online Product Procurement. In: Reis, J.L., Peter, M.K., Cayolla, R., Bogdanović, Z. (eds) Marketing and Smart Technologies. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies, vol 280. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-9272-7_2

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