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Port of Buenos Aires to Modernize Maritime System Using Blockchain
Blockchain implementation will act as a "digital notary," according to the port.
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Global Shipping Giant Cosco to Trial Alibaba's Ant Blockchain
Ant Financial claims its enterprise blockchain can handle a billion transaction a day and save costs in global shipping.
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TradeLens to Digitize India's Largest Private Port Operator
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone is set to utilize the IBM-Maersk platform to speed up processes after COVID-19 highlighted issues with the existing system.
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Tesla Completes Blockchain Pilot to Speed China Imports Process
The electric car manufacturer participated in the trial back in December.
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Old Rivals Oracle and IBM Want Their Blockchains to Talk to Each Other
IBM and Oracle are working on an interoperability project that could unite the business consortia on the companies' respective blockchain platforms.
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Oman's Largest Port Joins Blockchain Shipping Platform TradeLens
Port of Salalah has signed up to TradeLens – a blockchain supply chain platform founded by IBM and Maersk.
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300cubits, a Blockchain Shipping Pioneer, Gives up on Its TEU Token
The Hong Kong-based company calls it quits as clients raise concerns about the value of the coin.
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IBM Completes Blockchain Trial Tracking a 28-Ton Shipment of Oranges
IBM has completed a trial of blockchain technology to track a shipment of mandarin oranges from China to Singapore ahead of Lunar New Year celebrations.
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South Korean Government Trials Blockchain for Shipping Efficiency Boost
Two South Korean government ministries are exploring blockchain's potential to bring new efficiencies to port logistics.
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Canadian Border Services Begins Testing IBM Blockchain for Shipping
The Canadian Border Services Agency will partner with the Port of Montreal to trial a blockchain solution for supply chain tracking.
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