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Big claims for blockchain

Can blockchain provide hundreds of billions in savings? Some certainly think that it might, so this week we take a look at their claims. As well as some more sceptical viewpoints on the role of blockchain in the supply chain.

Study: Blockchain to Save $450bn in Supply Chain Costs in Western Europe. [Coin Telegraph]

How Walmart And Others Are Riding A Blockchain Wave To Supply Chain Paradise. [Forbes]

Logistics providers leverage blockchain as ‘digital passport for suppliers’. [FreightWaves]

Blockchain and RFID Could Address a $180 Billion Problem. [RFID Journal]

UPS creates digital tools to deliver blockchain-verified beef. [SupplyChainDive]

Blockchain Could Revolutionize Logistics, But Is The Industry Prepared To Let It? [Forbes]

Alibaba Cloud, Credits targets China’s logistics industry with blockchain-based solutions. [Tokenpost]

Transfesa Logistics to Pilot Test Blockchain for Vehicle Traceability in Santander Port. [CryptoNewsZ]

What businesses don’t know about the dark side of blockchain. [TechTalks]

CargoSmart, COSCO, HSBC, PwC complete blockchain interoperability trial. [Ledger Insights]

To find get an update on the progress of blockchain in logistics attend Logistics CIO Europe 2020.

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