Logistics industry not using blockchain to its full advantage yet

December 12, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

2019 will be the year that the buzz around blockchain dies – but that will lead to a realisation of the technology’s true benefits.
This is the view of IATA’s head of digital cargo, Henk Mulder, who believes that as things stand, blockchain is being incorrectly harnessed by the logistics industry.
“Look at the way it is being deployed at the moment; you have Maersk and IBM utilising it as a document-tracking ...

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