Tatjana Meier, of IBM Services Switzerland, explains on this week’s episode of CoinGeek Conversations why she’s particularly excited about the value blockchain brings to supply chain management.
The potential for turning data into a force for change in global economies through BSV's enterprise blockchain will depend critically on the adoption of these solutions in supply chain distribution networks.
The biggest obstacle to blockchain-based improvements in the global supply chain isn’t technology, it’s getting companies to trust one another.
This week on the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, Patrick Thompson sits in for Kurt Wuckert Jr. and speaks to Stephan Nilsson, CEO of UNISOT and Abendum.
The government of Australia offered a grant of A$3 million each to two blockchain pilots to develop solutions for the mineral supply chain and the food and beverage industry.
UNISOT understands Bitcoin’s potential to play this role in our highly interconnected global economy, is first to pursue Bitcoin for these ends, and has an experienced team capable of realizing this vision.
Stephan Nilsson of UNISOT and Sukhi Jutla of MarketOrders discuss how blockchain can be used to establish faster and cost-effective transactions, while boosting transparency in supply chains.
Bitcoin BSV is the blockchain for big data and enterprise, and people in the know say we'll be hearing a lot more about this in 2021.
The Australian Border Force has partnered with two separate regulatory agencies in Singapore, to run a pilot of digital verification schemes on the blockchain to streamline cross-border trade.
A U.S. study group formed to look into how the COVID-19 pandemic had impacted IT companies recommended blockchain as a solution.
Bitcoin Association Founding President Jimmy Nguyen and UNISOT founder and CEO Stephan Nilsson took the virtual stage for The Food Institute’s “Blockchain for the Food Industry” webinar.