Browsing the "Supply Chain" Tag

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GrainChain’s Smart Contracts Unite Honduras Coffee Business

| Danny Nelson

The agro-focused blockchain platform has brokered deals to track the production and trade of coffee beans across the Honduran supply chain.

Mastercard to Tackle Fashion Fakes with Blockchain Tracking Solution

| Daniel Palmer

Mastercard is to demo a new blockchain-based product tracking solution during an upcoming showcase of women fashion designers.

Tech Firm Seagate Pilots Anti-Fraud Blockchain Tracking With IBM

| Daniel Palmer

Data storage giant Seagate has extended its blockchain work with IBM to gauge the fake-fighting potential of the tech.

Walmart China Teams with VeChain, PwC on Blockchain Food Safety Platform

| Daniel Palmer

Walmart China has launched a blockchain-based platform aimed to address food safety concerns in the country.

Budweiser Owner Invests in Blockchain Startup Working to Alleviate Poverty

| Benedict Alibasa

Budweiser's parent company, Anheuser-Busch InBev, is doubling down on its interest in using blockchain tech to assist unbanked workers.

Want to Know Your Wine Is Genuine? EY Has Built a Blockchain for That

| Yogita Khatri

“Big Four” firm EY has built a blockchain platform for a firm that will help consumers determine wines' quality, provenance and authenticity.

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Starbucks to Track Coffee Using Microsoft’s Blockchain Service

| Daniel Palmer

Starbucks aims to give consumers and farmers more data on its coffee products using a blockchain service from Microsoft.

PepsiCo Blockchain Trial Brings 28% Boost in Supply Chain Efficiency

| Yogita Khatri

Beverage giant PepsiCo saw an almost 30 percent increase in efficiency during a programmatic advertising trial using Zilliqa’s blockchain platform.

Volkswagen to Track Minerals Supply Chains Using IBM Blockchain

| Yogita Khatri

Volkswagen Group has joined an initiative tracking mineral supply chains using a platform built on IBM Blockchain.

Trade Organization ICC Eyes Blockchain Adoption for Its 45 Million Members

| Yogita Khatri

The world's biggest business organization is making blockchain available to its many members including Amazon, Coca Cola, McDonald's and PayPal.