Turkeycoin? Food Giant Cargill Launches Blockchain Tracking Pilot
American agricultural conglomerate Cargill is testing a blockchain platform to track the provenance of turkey products.
More than a potential competition between blockchain platforms, tensions between IBM and Intel point to bigger questions around governance.
The four biggest agricultural corporations plan to utilize tech such as blockchain and AI to bring the global grain trade into the digital age.
Retail giant Target has quietly entered the blockchain space, working with Hyperledger on supply chain solutions.
IBM is taking its food-tracking blockchain into production and has already signed up European supermarket giant Carrefour.
Blockchains should do for the global value chain what shipping containers did for transport of goods, says HSBC trade finance expert Vinay Mendonca.