Blockchains Are Forever? Diamond Giant De Beers Unveils DLT Strategy
One of the world's most well-known diamond companies is getting into blockchain by investing in an asset tracking platform.
A new startup is looking to make diamonds as attractive to institutional investors as gold.
Blockchain-based trading platform CEDEX says it now has a trader inventory of 6,000 diamonds as it moves towards launching a diamond ETF.
New diamond coatings promise to connect physical objects to blockchains. Now users of SAP's cloud service can try it out.
Alrosa, the world's second-largest diamond producer, is joining the blockchain pilot program spearheaded by De Beers to trace the stones' provenance.
A board member at Swiss luxury goods maker Richemont has said luxury goods companies could use blockchain to bring transparency to their supply chain.