Blockchain and Supply Chains

How Blockchain is impacting the Supply Chain Industry

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BLOCKCHAIN'S IMPACT ON SUPPLY CHAINS

How Blockchain Will Affect the Supply Chain Industry

The supply chain industry moves raw materials, intermediary goods, and finished products across countries and around the globe to deliver the items consumers want from producers to retailers. Each player in the supply chain specializes in a particular component of production, making the whole process more efficient and bringing lower-cost products to the market faster. Consider the vegetable supply chain. First, seeds, fertilizer, and pesticides...

BLOCKCHAIN PROJECTS IN SUPPLY CHAINS

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IOTA

IOTA is a free platform that logs supply chain data on its distributed ledger, Tangle. This allows users to monitor and track a shipment’s journey, while consumers will know the...

Everledger

Trace and manage your tangible assets (recorded as digital assets) on the blockchain. See the video below for an example of tracking a diamond’s provenance using Everledger:

EVRYTHNG

EVRYTHNG provides a suite of solutions to drive new digital applications, better control your supply chain, and engage directly with your customers. Every item is given an Active Digital Identity™...

Blockverify

A blockchain based anti-counterfeit solution. Companies can create their own register of products and manage their supply chains. Track and verify all goods on the supply chain, with the ability...

WAVE

Use the WAVE decentralized network to securely exchange documents and verify ownership across the international supply chain.

Provenance

Provenance, a supply chain management platform, enables retailers and producers to provide product data, track the journey of goods, and empower customers to shop smart with access to product origins....