This week, we check into the recent U.S. Senate hearing exploring the digitization of money, SeafoodChain’s pilot launch, and Twetch’s latest win.
The pilot phase involves clients from three different phases of the seafood supply chain who will be tracking the lifecycle of halibut fish from farm to plate.
UNISOT founder and Bitcoin SV supply chain business owner Stephan Nilsson explain the benefits of tracking their products on the blockchain.
Farmers Hen House has integrated blockchain technology to allow you to trace the origin of the eggs you buy at the local store by simply scanning a QR code.
In the post-pandemic world, the question of shortages, supply locations and other aspects of logistics would benefit from having a single source of relevant data.
Bitcoin is changing the business world right now, and whoever joins the digital revolution first gets to enjoy competitive advantages that could last for decades.
CoinGeek’s Johanna Botta talks with UNISOT founder Stephan Nilsson about Seafood Chain during the CoinGeek London conference.
In this interview with CoinGeek, Calvin Ayre expressed his excitement at all the developments taking place in the BSV ecosystem.
Sustainability and traceability are key factors to the seafood sector; Brand reputation and customer satisfaction is crucial for future global growth.
The blockchain world will shift focus to Slovenia on March 3 where the use of BSV by enterprise clients will be highlighted. Dr. Craig Wright will grace the event.
Blockchain supply chain management firm UNISOT has launched SeafoodChain, its solution for the seafood industry.