10Jun/19

US Retailer Target Unveils Open Source Blockchain for Supply Chain Tracking

United States-based retail giant Target is creating an open source blockchain project for supply chain tracking, according to an official blog post from the company’s VP of architecture on April 22. AccordingRead More…

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20May/19

Dutch Bank ABN AMRO Launches Blockchain Inventory Tracking Platform

Dutch bank ABN AMRO said in a news release Friday that it’s currently “exploring options” for bringing the platform, called Forcefield, to market, and is in discussions with firms in the commoditiesRead More…

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09May/19

Blockchain Firm Raises $6 Mln From Major Energy Companies, Saudi Aramco Subsidiary

American blockchain startup Data Gumbo Corp. has raised $6 million from major energy companies, including the venture wing of Saudi Arabian national petroleum and natural gas company Saudi Aramco. The news wasRead More…

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02May/19

Medici-Backed Blockchain Agricultural Project Now in Use in Mexico

Blockchain-powered agricultural project GrainChain has partnered with the Mexican state of Tamaulipas to expand its grain tracking service in the country, Forbes reports May 2. According to the report, the Tamaulipas governmentRead More…

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02May/19

World Economic Forum Teams Up With 100 Logistics Firms, 20 Gov’ts in New DLT Project

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has teamed up with over 100 global supply chain and logistics leaders to standardize blockchain apps in the industry, the organization announced on May 1. The WEF,Read More…

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12Apr/19

Trade Organization ICC Eyes Blockchain Adoption for Its 45 Million Members

The world’s biggest business organization is making blockchain technology available to its 45 million members, including Amazon, Coca Cola, Fedex, McDonald’s and PayPal. Announced Thursday, the 100-year-old International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) hasRead More…

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11Apr/19

World’s Second-Largest Grocer Joins IBM Food Trust Blockchain

Albertsons Companies, the world’s second-largest supermarket company by sales, has joined IBM’s Food Trust blockchain, a digital system for tracking and tracing food between retailers and suppliers. Announced Thursday, Albertsons will begin withRead More…

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