Solution to the “Trust” Gap of Cross-Border E-Commerce under Blockchain Technology

Wenyun Tang


With the promotion of 5G technology, my China’s cross-border e-commerce has developed rapidly, and while achieving outstanding results, some shortcomings have also emerged one by one. As cross-border e-commerce involves more regions, links, and legal scopes, there are problems of security and “trust” gaps in actual operations. In response to this problem, connected with current reality and provide new ideas for the practical dilemma of blockchain technology application, this paper studies the ice-breaking mechanism of the current dilemma faced by cross-border e-commerce by using blockchain technology.


Blockchain Technology; Cross-Border E-Commerce; Trust Problem; Persuasive Technology; Solution Mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/ff.v9i4.1360


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