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Wirecard Launches Supply Chain Payment Platform Based on Blockchain

Wirecard is expanding its B2B portfolio with services based on blockchain. The blockchain forms the basis for a highly efficient global network. For example, between producers and processors of raw materials such as coffee, crude oil or steel – markets

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Li Wangjian, CEO of UQPAY: Blockchain Technology Is Reshaping Supply Chain Finance

The concept of blockchain emerged in 2016 and was popularized in the latter half of 2017, along with the rapid rise of bitcoin, and then declined due to the crackdowns on ICO and virtual digital currency trading by the Central

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Singapore: World’s First Blockchain-Based e-Certificate of Origin

The world’s first blockchain-based platform for electronic certificates of origin was unveiled in Singapore to industry leaders by the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC) and Singapore based cross-border trade facilitation solutions provider vCargo Cloud. As the first chamber in

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EY, Guardtime and Industry Participants Launch the World’s First Marine Insurance Blockchain Platform

EY and Guardtime announce the world’s first blockchain platform for the marine insurance sector. The platform launches in collaboration with A.P. Møller-Maersk A/S, ACORD, Microsoft, MS Amlin, Willis Towers Watson and XL Catlin and after a 20-week proof of concept.

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Fintech Logistic Startups Seek to Provide Greater Efficiency in Supply Chain

Supply chain and logistics tech companies are gaining momentum with over US$8.3 billion in venture capital having been injected into the sector since 2012. Supply chain and logistics tech companies are those that use software to improve efficiency across the

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Commonwealth Bank, Wells Fargo and Brighann Cotton Pioneer Landmark Blockchain Trade Transaction

World-first interbank open account transaction provides more efficient and effective method for the shipment of goods. Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Commonwealth Bank), Wells Fargo and Brighann Cotton have undertaken the first global trade transaction between two independent banks combining the

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