–A ledger primarily for internal reporting, audit and compliance, serving as a low-barrier starting point for Blockchai within a large orn. Populated from internal systems to provide a consistent view of key business assets, where provenance, immutability and finality are more important than consensus. Can extend access to auditor and regulator to provide transparency.
2.CONSORTIUM SHARED LEDGER
–A ledger created by a relatively small set of industry participants to share reference data between themselves and consumers. Provides consistent real-time view of previously partitioned which was distributed in ad-hoc manner.
–A ledger set up around a single organization (e.g. government department) to facilitate the sharing of information between many counterparties, for example, for corporate actions (voting, dividend notification). The exchanged assets do not have a significant financial value, but represent important assets which require provenance, immutability and finality.
4.HIGH VALUE MARKET
–A full ledger for the transfer of high financial value assets between many counterparties in a market. Requires all enterprise features of Blockchain given value of assets transferred.