Over the past year, numerous mainstream companies, such as Walmart and Bumble Bee Foods, have jumped into the blockchain space, harnessing the tech to improve their respective supply chains. Global foods giant Nestle is now diving into public blockchain technology to enhance its dairy supply chain.
Simon Ferrigno speaks to the founders of a blockchain technology that is being trialled by Indian organic cotton supplier Pratibha Syntex to find out how it can improve traceability in the company's supply chains.
Everyone in the enterprise world already has a blockchain strategy. If they don’t have one now, they risk the chance of staying behind or simply missing an opportunity.
ORGANO, a leading producer of healthy food and beverages, is the latest company to join IBM Food Trust, a blockchain initiative that was established to track food, to implement a traceability strategy by sharing key product information to stakeholders.
As the internet evolves, what will be the impact of the convergence of the current IoT infrastructure with blockchain and artificial intelligence?
Blockchain as a service (BaaS) allows enterprises to use cloud services for building, hosting, and deploying their own blockchain apps, agreements, and utilities.