VIDEO: How Blockchain can transform the Supply Chains of the future
Blockchain is not a far-off technology. Organizations across numerous industry sectors and locations are using it to create new levels of traceability, sustainability, supply chain collaboration and consumer trust.
De Beers is tracking precious stones - from mine to customer - to tackle the risk of conflict diamonds.
Moyee Coffee traces every piece of operational data, from harvest details to supplier payments.
AXA Insurance has created a flight insurance product build around Blockchain that pays out within hours of cancellations.
Maersk and IBM’s TradeLens initiative brings ports, customs, freight handlers and inland logistics into a shared network.
Walmart and nine other firms including Nestlé and Unilever are working with IBM on the Food Trust traceability Blockchain project.
The Pacific Tuna Project traces the fishing and trading of tuna to protect stocks and create a sustainable industry.
The Mediledger project is tracking and tracing drug production and distribution, in the fight against counterfeits.
NASA has funded a project to create a Blockchain-based computing infrastructure suitable for space exploration.