Do you have use cases for cheap passive RFID tags that can one-way authenticate?

I’m asking for help from my connections to come up with concrete uses for a cheap passive RFID tag that can perform one-way authentication. Those of you who follow my videos will know that recently I invented and filed a patent for a blockchain-backed enhancement for such a thing. So far I have: 1. replace barcodes with a more secure RFID in open supply chains so anyone can report goods in transit, not just trusted partners, 2. replace IoT devices currently used to track expensive goods with a cheap passive RFID tag 2. secure verification of presence at a location, for example for couriers trying to deliver goods or security guards patrolling a space, without needing powered beacons, 3. shared ticketing for public transport, 4. some kind of geocaching application, where visiting a spot a

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TAXI FROM BANGKOK TO HUA HIN 1800 Baht

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