US Air Force Gives Blockchain Firm $1.5M to Build Supply Chain Network
SIMBA Chain, a blockchain-as-a-service company, has two years and $1.5 million to further build out its supply chain logistics platform for the United States Air Force.
An agency attached to the U.S. Department of Agriculture said it expects blockchain will play an important role in the sector's supply chains.
IBM is giving its blockchain track-and-trace capabilities the social-impact treatment with a provenance application focused on coffee.
As DeFi does away with middlemen in finance, "DeOps" could reduce the need for intermediaries in large-scale supply systems.
Ocean Protocol has completed a proof-of-concept with Daimler, showing how the Mercedes-Benz maker can begin monetizing data across its supply chains.
Fantom is launching a pilot to help combat Afghanistan's counterfeit drugs problem using its blockchain to trace products along the supply chain.