Big food companies cannot afford to micromanage their suppliers, they simply have too many of them. Traditionally, companies would take months to track down the source of a food contamination. However, in the digital age it takes mere minutes for the Twitter tempest to reach critical mass. This is where blockchain can potentially step in and save the day.
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Initial coin offerings (ICOs) have raised over US$1.5 billion in 2017 with 65 launches in China totaling 2.6 billion CNY, or US$389 million. But a notice from a committee led by the People’s Bank of China released earlier this week brought the multimillion-dollar industry to a halt. On Monday, the central bank ordered an immediate […]
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Kin has the potential to follow the same meteoric rise as WeChat. However, my main concern is that Kik is jumping on the ICO bandwagon without any real need to.