Imagine being able to know with near-absolute certainty that the coffee you’re drinking was farmed ethically, has been properly inspected, and was traded fairly.
Digital identity is a key issue in the B2B world, and blockchain-based solutions are gaining traction – both for people and for goods and materials.
Singapore’s first Blockchain Living Lab, initiated by SUSS, SmartMesh Foundation, and MeshBox Foundation, was officially unveiled on January 15, 2020.
2019 offered a strong rebound for blockchain infrastructure improvements, supply chain use cases, and ongoing investments from big financial players.
From wide adoption by governments and financial institutions to newfound applications in several industries, these blockchain trends we anticipate in 2020.
Why use blockchain in supply chain? What limitations does it overcome? Learn more about the benefits, risks and use cases of blockchain in the supply chain.
There are over 270 cows producing milk across the world. Blockchain can help track and trace dairy products and their journey to supermarkets.
Cobalt demand is expected to multiply eight fold by 2026. Cobalt mining is often associated to human right abuses
Mercedes-Benz is developing a blockchain platform to increase transparency and sustainability in complex automotive supply chains.
Tracking and tracing products is critical to industry’s ability to detect and remove potentially dangerous drugs from the drug supply chain.