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Last year, Sara Reynolds found herself among the brightest minds of her generation at a blockchain conference for students at the University of California, Berkeley. But when she looked around the...
One third of the world’s food is lost in transit, spoiled or destroyed because it is improperly stored or handled. By tracking waste in the supply chain, StaTwig aims to eliminate it.
Diwala seeks to address two major global problems: lack of identity and certification fraud.
Chronicled is developing a blockchain based solution to supply chain management, recording all of the transactions that take place as pharmaceuticals travel from factory to container to shelf.
The healthcare industry is ripe for a blockchain-inspired transformation, and SimplyVital Health is leading the charge.
Prescrypto provides a blockchain-based infrastructure to collect prescribing information, route that information securely to pharmacies, and provide a history of medications used by each patient.
The companies involved have promised shorter wait times at restaurants and an overall easier trip abroad.
An apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, is the world's first property to be sold on the online ledger.
The town of 30,000 has attracted entrepreneurs who have created cryptocurrency startups.
The wisdom of the crowd would reveal the way people act inside certain hierarchies.
Maersk has taken part in a proof of concept with blockchain expertize from the IT University of Copenhagen.
Russia should use cryptocurrency, Andrei Lugovoi said.