IBM has recruited two more major shipping carriers to join the blockchain platform it owns with container giant Maersk.
Walmart China has launched a blockchain-based platform aimed to address food safety concerns in the country.
Walmart will take part in a second drug-tracking blockchain pilot, this one with IBM, KPMG and drug maker Merck.
A blockchain-powered platform built by IBM and Maersk and designed to facilitate international trade is to launch in Russia.
Target recently open sourced a blockchain-powered solution for supply chain management and is working with Hyperledger.
Budweiser’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch InBev, is doubling down on its interest in using blockchain tech to assist unbanked workers.
Supermarket chain Carrefour has reportedly attributed a recent increase in sales to its use of blockchain tracking for food products.
Retail giant Walmart has joined MediLedger, a consortium building a blockchain for tracking pharmaceuticals.
Blackstone-owned IT firm Mphasis has partnered with blockchain tech firm Bitfury to automate and tokenize trade finance processes.
IBM and Maersk’s shipping blockchain has finally recruited two major marine cargo carriers after early efforts floundered.
“Big Four” firm EY has built a blockchain platform for a firm that will help consumers determine wines’ quality, provenance and authenticity.
As ABN AMRO drops its exploration of a crypto wallet product, the Dutch bank says it’s seeking to launch a blockchain platform for trade inventory.
Millions of dollars worth of airplane parts are unusable. GE Aviation’s new blockchain tech aims to fix that.
Starbucks aims to give consumers and farmers more data on its coffee products using a blockchain service from Microsoft.
Beverage giant PepsiCo saw an almost 30 percent increase in efficiency during a programmatic advertising trial using Zilliqa’s blockchain platform.
Amazon Web Services has taken its Managed Blockchain service out of preview mode, meaning more firms can now use the platform to build products.
Roberto Mancone is leaving we.trade, the live trade finance blockchain platform which he helped grow into a legal entity comprising 14 banks.
Volkswagen Group has joined an initiative tracking mineral supply chains using a platform built on IBM Blockchain.
Swiss food giant Nestle and French retailer Carrefour are now letting consumers access product data via IBM’s Food Trust platform.
The world’s biggest business organization is making blockchain available to its many members including Amazon, Coca Cola, McDonald’s and PayPal.