The week has had everything, from raising millions of dollars in funding, to regulators cracking down on fraudulent projects to adoption by major brands. Oh, and Libra sunk into more problems which led to its backers backing out.
The world’s largest retailer has launched a blockchain platform that will track shrimp exports from India to Sam’s Club locations.
Walmart has patented its own version of stablecoin, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Walmart and IBM have been tapped to help secure the drug supply chain with the help of blockchain technology.
Blockchain technology and adoption is about to explode. This is the prediction of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Technology Review, which expects blockchains to become commonplace this year.
Walmart, the world’s largest retailer both by revenue and employee count, has turned to blockchain technology for help in its battle with E.coli contamination scares.
Walmart proposes a system of locker hubs where packages can be deposited until their recipients can sign for them, and a monitoring system for the availability of these lockers on a blockchain.