What Blockchain Has in Store for Logistics

What Blockchain Has in Store for Logistics

Dean Croke, Chief Analysis Officer, FreightWaves and Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA)

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Editor's note: BiTA, a forum for the development of blockchain standards, reveals the potential that the digital ledger has to revolutionize the logistics industry. 

The Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), established in August 2017, has not only picked up considerable traction as a forum for promotion and education, but also encouraged the development and adoption of blockchain applications in the supply chain industry. Thousands of companies are applying for membership, and industry leaders such as UPS, Google and Uber Freight are already a part of our movement, which means the momentum is only increasing as technology producers connect with market partners...

  Smart Ports & Supply Chains      Automation and Optimisation, Finance, Supply Chain, Terminal Logistics

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