World Economic Forum Looks to Blockchain for Supply Chain Woes
The World Economic Forum said Monday that blockchain and digitization can help supply chains survive crises like COVID-19.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has finalized a platform that tracks CO2 emissions during mining processes using blockchain.
The World Economic Forum wants to create guidelines for data storage and distribution, in hopes of making it easier for researchers and governments to make informed decisions.
The session will focus on the diminishing role of cash and the emergence of central bank digital currencies, moves accelerated by the pandemic.
The World Economic Forum is working with the Colombian government to see if blockchain-based transparency can help prevent a hotspot for corruption.
As COVID-19 disrupts global supply chains, the WEF has published a roadmap for businesses to deploy blockchains as a solution.