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    Title: 區塊鏈數位生態系統設計之關鍵多數實現程度評量
    Estimate the Fulfillment of Critical Mass within Blockchain-Based Digital Ecosystem Design
    Authors: 石文昕
    Shih, Wen Xin
    Contributors: 苑守慈
    Yuan, Soe Tsyr
    Shih, Wen Xin
    Keywords: 數位生態系統
    Digital ecosystem
    Critical mass
    Network effect
    Service design
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-08-28 13:46:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 區塊鏈是一種高可行性的基礎建設技術,不僅能提高效率、降低建設成本,其交易透明化和避免篡改等特性更使之得以被廣泛應用。由於資訊科技蓬勃發展,互聯網革命伴隨著客戶主導邏輯的興起,平台思維對於服務設計而言早已不敷使用。因此,區塊鏈數位生態系統將成為下一代服務設計的解決方案,強調生態系統中利益相關者的價值共創欲目標追求。
    Blockchain is an infrastructure technology not only restricted to the financial industry, but also feasible and affordable to facilitating the operation of service provision with efficiency, lower construction cost, information transparency and non-falsified characteristics. By virtue of the information technology booms swiftly, the revolution which Internet brings about, accompanies with the rise of customer-dominant logic, platform thinking is no longer sufficient for the service design. Consequently, blockchain-based digital ecosystem becomes a solution of the next generation’s service design aspect which stresses on value co-creation among all the stakeholders of the ecosystem and proceeds to the same proposition. However, there are many service provisions unable to launch or sustain in reality.
    The network externality of the Internet is the most powerful, indispensable and un-negligible effect in the digital environment. Our study aims to estimate and measure the success or failure of blockchain-based digital ecosystems from this perspective. We propose a method which enables blockchain-based digital ecosystem designers to comprehend with the adaptability and competitiveness of the fulfillment of the critical mass and the examination of network effect level. They are crucial to pass through the vacuum stage of ecosystem lifetime. The method also provides guides about how to improve the designs in order to have a greater opportunity to get into the explosion stage of ecosystem lifetime.
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